About the Oconee Passage
Oconee Passage begins in Oconee State Park and ends at Oconee Station State Historical Site, a backcountry military garrison and trading post from the 1790s. From the park, the passage follows a scenic roadbed that pinches into a path along the mountain ridgeline. From the ridgeline into Station Cove, the passage drops about 1,000 feet for a challenging, one-way descent. Turn right where Oconee Passage intersects with Station Cove Falls Trail, and walk the quarter-mile spur to the popular Station Cove Falls. One of the prettiest in the county, the waterfall is a majestic 60-foot, tiered cascade. An amazing array of wildflowers can be found year round in Station Cove’s botanical area.
Entrance fees at Oconee State Park (up to $5 per person depending on age).
Free admission to Oconee Station State Historic Site.
To Oconee State Park: From Walhalla, drive west on SC 48 for 8.4 miles. Bear right (north) onto SC 107 and continue another 2.5 miles to the park entrance on the right. After the fee station, turn right and follow signs to the old archery range where the trailhead is located.
Lodging and camping are available at Oconee State Park.
Oconee Passage Share Owners
Mr. & Mrs. Hayes Samuel Brown
John & Diana Burnette
G. Walker Daves
Bob and Carol Mitchell
Bruce Alan Nessler, Jr.
Brandon Lee Nessler
Douglas Alan Sain
Joseph & Maylean Wright
South Carolina Society Children of the American Revolution