King Creek Falls

Burrells Ford Rd (FS708)

Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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Phone: (864) 638-9568

City: Mountain Rest

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King Creek Falls

King Creek Falls is a 70 foot falls near Burrells Ford on the Chatooga River. This waterfall provides a relaxing hike, photogenic falls, and places to dabble in the water. This hike through the Sumter National Forest is a 30 minute, moderate 1/2 mile one-way trip and suited to hikers of all abilities.

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