Hidden Falls

Oconee St Pk, Foothills Trail

Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Mountain Rest

Region: Mountains

Hidden Falls

Hidden Falls can sometimes be a trickle or a real waterfall but drops about 50 feet over rock ledges. Although in the Sumter National Forest, it is a moderate 2.1 mile hike from the Foothills Trail trailhead at Oconee State Park.

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