719 Kendall Road
Newberry, SC 29108
(803) 321-2100

Established in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, this 276-acre park is full of large pines and old-growth hardwoods and contains miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Rocky Branch Creek flows through several sections of the park providing a tranquil experience for those who venture the trails.

Park Highlights

  • 7.5 miles of hiking and biking trails with twisting turns, short hills, and intricate creek crossings
  • 6.1 miles of equestrian trails that offer a peaceful experience surrounded by nature
  • 3-mile section of the Palmetto Trail – Lynch’s Woods Passage – “Gateway to the Upstate”
  • Open year-round from dawn to dusk
  • NO overnight camping permitted
  • Picnic shelter and restroom – Lynch’s Woods Picnic Shelter Booking Form

Directions: From Exit 76 on I-26, near Newberry, drive toward Newberry on SC 219 to the intersection with US 76/SC 34. Turn left, and drive to the traffic light where SC 34 splits to the right. The entrance to Lynches Woods is at a large sign on the left. Lynch’s Woods Park Map

** No overnight camping permitted.

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