Trails Type: Paddling

Opening ceremony of Camden Riverfront Environmental Park on the Chotty Trail

Chotty Trail

The Chotty Trail connecter is a 3.5-mile spur running from the east bank of the Wateree River through historic Camden, S.C Named for the late Charles “Chotty” Mullikin, a celebrated World War II veteran and father of Dr. Tom Mullikin, a renowned global expedition leader; the Chotty Trail spur will ultimately connect Camden with the …

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Goodale State Park Canoe Trail witha smiling child on the front of a canoe looking back into the camera

Goodale State Park Canoe Trail

Distance: 1.5 miles Difficulty: Moderate Trail type: Paddle Surroundings: Cypress forest Trail Notes I have to admit: I’m terrible at steering a canoe. But even I enjoy the canoe trail at Goodale State Park. You can bring your own canoe or kayak, or you can rent a boat, paddles, and life jackets from the office …

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Canopy of trees over Kendall Lake seen by a trail through the trees of the lake

Kendall Lake Loop Trail

Distance: 1.8 miles Difficulty: Easy Trail type: Paddle Surroundings: Homes/Kendall Mill Trail Notes This is a great place for a quiet paddle. Start at the Kendall Lake Park and head north along the shore and you will find your self in a cool dark forest at the top of the lake. ― Tom Sliker   …

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