Visit the Spanish Moss Trail

The Spanish Moss Trail is an expanding rails-to-trail greenway located in the heart of Northern Beaufort County, South Carolina on the historic Magnolia Line Railroad. The Trail is a 12-foot wide, paved path dedicated to those who want to walk, run, bike, fish, skate, scoot or stroll ‒ offering spectacular Lowcountry water and marsh views, coastal wildlife viewing, and historic points of interest as it meanders through Spanish moss-draped neighborhoods.

  • 6.5 Miles of Trail (will stretch 14 miles when complete)
  • Open to the Public
  • Open Everyday from Dawn to Dusk
  • Open to Pets on Leash
  • Prohibited Items/Activities: motorized vehicles, alcoholic beverages, litter, fishing waste, unleashed pets and failure to clean up pet waste

Click here for a full summary of the Beaufort County Code of Ordinances: Parks & Recreations.

  • Smilax Avenue
  • Westvine Drive Trailhead
  • Riverside Drive
  • Brotherhood Road
  • Broom Lane Trailhead
  • Rogers Drive
  • Allison Road
  • Technical College of the Lowcountry
  • Hermitage Road
  • Depot Road Trailhead
  • Hay Street
  • N. Hermitage Road
  • North Street
  • Beaufort Plaza
  • Robert Smalls Parkway
  • Broad River Boulevard
  • Salt Creek Drive
  • Roseida Road Trailhead
  • Poppy Hill Road

Note: All points open for pedestrian access.

  • Westvine Drive
  • Broome Lane
  • Depot Road
  • Beaufort Plaza
  • Roseida Road
  • Between Brotherhood Road and Riverside Drive
  • Between Broome Lane and Rogers Road
  • Mather Trestle
  • Ealey’s Trestle
  • Between Salt Creek Drive and Parris Island Gateway
  • Albergottie Creek Trestle
  • Mather Trestle
  • Ealey’s Trestle
Water Fountains

  • Westvine Trailhead
  • Depot Trailhead

Rest Areas, Benches with a View, Bike Racks and Pet-Waste Stations also available on the Trail.

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