About the Lynch’s Woods Passage
Just outside the charming city of Newberry, lies this beautiful park full of old growth trees and gently flowing streams. Lynch’s Woods Park, originally created in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), has been a well-kept secret. Now managed by the Newberry County Recreation Department, this 276 acre park has seen some great improvements, including a new restroom and a new picnic shelter. The road has been regraded and many new miles of trail have been developed. Mountain bikers, hikers, and equestrians can all call Lynch’s Woods their home. The Lynch’s Woods Passage of the Palmetto Trail is a 4.9 mile loop trail through the park with a single connection to the Newberry Passage which takes users through the heart of downtown Newberry and along the campus of Newberry College.
Take I-26 to Exit 76 (SR 219) toward Newberry. Turn left onto US Hwy 76. Go approximately 1 mile and turn left at Lynch’s Woods sign next to Ford dealership. Follow the road into the park and follow traffic signs. The Palmetto Trail kiosk is by the restrooms and picnic shelter.
No Camping Available
Lynch’s Woods Passage Share Owners
Jonathan B. Dusenbury
B. Geoffrey Jones
Jack & Jody Parker
Anthony Dale Rauch
James L. Taylor
Dale & Daisy Wessinger
South Carolina Society Children of the American Revolution