Wannamaker North Trail

The Wannamaker North Trail runs within the north portion of Wannamaker County Park, accessible from Goose Creek. The 8-mile trail is designed for and open to mountain bicyclists of all experience levels. The trail is also open to hikers, walkers, and runners, but pedestrians should know that the terrain contains tight curves and elevation changes.

Design & Terrain
Trail designer Brad Phillips and volunteers from local mountain bike group, Lowcountry Fat Tire Freaks, donated over 1,500 hours of work to build the ultimate mountain bike trail experience. Trails wind by beautiful live oaks and beech trees, while offering thrilling natural and man-made trail elements. More experienced bicyclists will enjoy traveling the northeast section of the trail, following along and over-top of an elevated ridge.
Hours & Admission
  • Open daily from sunrise - sunset
  • $1 per person
  • Free: Individual and Gold Pass Members
Directions
The physical property address is: 455 Westview Blvd. (Google Maps, Bing, and Map Quest are not reliable for directions, so please see information below.)

GPS
LAT 32.998999 / LONG -80.059173
Wannamaker North Trail
From I-26
  • Take Exit 209A, merge onto U.S. 52 W/Rivers Ave. toward Goose Creek (go 5 miles)
  • Slight left onto St. James Ave. (go 0.6 miles)
  • Left onto Westview Blvd. (go 1 mile)
  • Driveway to the trailhead will be on your left; follow directional signage to parking area
From Wannamaker County Park Main Gate
  • Left onto University Blvd. (go 0.9 mile)
  • Take ramp on right toward Rivers Ave./U.S. 52 W (go 0.9 mile)
  • Continue onto Rivers Ave./U.S. 52 W (go 0.9 mile)
  • Slight left onto St. James Ave. (go 0.6 miles)
  • Left onto Westview Blvd. (go 1 mile)
  • Driveway to the trailhead will be on your left; follow directional signage to parking area

YouTube video of the Ridge section is courtesy of Patrick Buhler.