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The new Eastatoe Passage construction was made possible with major grants from Duke Energy’s Water Resources Fund and the federal Recreational Trails Program administered by South Carolina Parks Recreations and Toursim. @Duke Energy funded two state-of-the-art fiberglass pedestrian bridges across Eastatoe Creek and Little Eastatoe Creek. The 70-foot span across Eastatoe Creek is now the longest fiberglass pedestrian bridge on the mountains-to-sea Palmetto Trail. Benchmark Trails of Greenville handled trail construction, with assistance from PCF Trail Coordinators, the Palmetto Conservation Corps, and volunteers. We are grateful to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, South Carolina Parks Recreation and Tourism and Naturaland Trust for their support and partnership.
*Map and website updates coming soon!
Heading West on Highway 11, Roy F. Jones Highway is on the right 9.2 miles from Table Rock State Park. The intersection is just past the Sotheby’s Real estate building.
Heading East on Highway 11, Roy F. Jones Highway is on the left 3.7 miles from Keowee-Toxaway State Park.
Heading West on Highway 11, Roy F. Jones Highway is 26 miles from the intersection of U.S. Highway 25 and Highway 11.
*NOTE: The Kewoee Toxaway Trailhead is currently closed as additional trail improvements are made. Hikers may access the passage for the next several weeks at the Dug Mountain Trailhead access. Please be aware that trail work is underway after the first fiberglass bridge where hikers must turn around and return to the Dug Mountain Trailhead. Please follow all trail signs. Stay tuned for updates.
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