Leave No Trace
Limit your impact to the land so that others can enjoy the same view. Don’t create cairns, tree blazes, or any other sign to mark the trail - people should be able to navigate their own route. The agency with the responsibility for managing the land (PCF and partners) will determine which markings are appropriate and effective.
Our state's beaches, marshes, lakes, and woodland trails are one of our most valuable economic development assets, and preserving them means they will be available to delight users for generations.
- Grady Johnson
Palmetto Conservation Board Member from SC Biz News
STAY ON THE TRAIL. Walk through the mud or puddle and not around it, unless you can do so without going off the trail. Widening a trail by going around puddles, etc. is bad for trail sustainability. Just because it looks easy to cut the corner off of a switchback doesn’t mean it is a good idea. Help preserve the trail by staying on the trail.