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Hitchcock Woods, Aiken

Categories: Forests, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Hitchcock Woods in Aiken, South Carolina, is among the largest urban forests in the nation, with about 2,100 acres of forestland resources. Once owned and enjoyed by Louise and Thomas Hitchcock, this longleaf pine forest has retained its natural character and cultural heritage.

Today visitors enjoy the 70 miles of sandy trails that provide access to the stunning variety of ecosystems in the Hitchcock Woods.
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  • Enjoyed exploring on horseback. was in the area competing in horse trials and it was nice to be able to give competition horses a break with a hack in the very nice park. Could go multiple times and f...  read more »
  • Great place to hike inside the city limits of Aiken. Lots of different locations to hike too. Great for all ages and fitness levels. 
  • It is amazing that this park has been preserved, in the middle of a bustling little city. The paths are lovely and in May, the Kalmia are amazing. 
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