Visit the low country, Myrtle Beach and other beach communities, and the charming city of Charleston.
In South Carolina, the East Coast Greenway stays near the coast through the state’s low country, bringing travelers through Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Charleston, and Beaufort to the Georgia border. Completed trails furthest north include the many trails of Myrtle Beach — the first East Coast Greenway city to complete all of its off-road trail!
Continuing south, three segments of the Waccamaw Neck Bikeway are coming together to offer safe travel through Georgetown County. The route continues on road to Mount Pleasant, where a separated bike/ped path on the Ravenel Bridge over the Cooper River leads travelers to Charleston’s West Ashley Greenway.
In Beaufort, the beautiful Spanish Moss Trail offers over ten miles of scenic views and Southern hospitality. A paved greenway along SC 170 provides a welcome break from on-road segments between Port Royal and Savannah.
Mileage counts reflect the portion of each trail that is part of East Coast Greenway.
North Myrtle Beach Greenway, Barefoot Resort segment, N. Myrtle Beach; 3.1 mi
Colonel Robert Bell Pass Trail, Myrtle Beach; 1.7 mi
Grissom Parkway Trail, Myrtle Beach; 6.4 mi
Harrelson Boulevard Trail, Myrtle Beach; 2.2 mi
King’s Highway Trail, Myrtle Beach; 2.3 mi
Waccamaw Neck Bikeway, Litchfield-Murrells Inlet-Pawley’s Island; 5.95 mi
Ben Sawyer Boulevard sidepath, Mount Pleasant and Town of Sullivan’s Island; 1.8 mi
Garret P. Wonders Memorial Bike/Ped Lane, Charleston-Mt. Pleasant; 2.75 mi
East Bay Trail, Charleston; 0.6 mi
West Ashley Greenway, Charleston; 8 mi
New River Trail, Bluffton; 3.2 mi
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