Long Shoals is located at a fairly new developed recreation area called Long Shoals Roadside Park right off of SC 11. The locals may refer to the area as Sliding Rock. This short 15-foot drop is a great recreational area for families to tube and slide down the rocks or to just wade in the pools below.
1. From Pickens, head west on US 178 for 8.6 miles to SC 11.
2. Turn LEFT on SC 11 and continue for 6.2 miles to a roadsign for Long Shoals Roadside Park.
3. Turn left into the parking area and walk down the gravel trail to the shoreline of Little Eastatoee Creek.
As we just provide information, if you have a question regarding a particular trail, it is best to contact the source listed. We encourage good stewardship of our natural resources. Be prepared for your outing and Leave No Trace of your visit. For more hiking and waterfall trips, check out the publications of Milestone Press.
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