Little Eastatoe Creek

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This park is historically tailored for day visitors coming to cool off in the blue holes and natural water slides found in the Little Eastatoe, but is quickly becoming popular among local climbers as well.

Written by

Logan Waddell

Destination Distance From Downtown

221.8 miles

Difficulty

4 of 5 diamonds

4

Time To Complete

1 Day

Seasonality

Year-Round

Dog Friendly

Yes

Fees Permits

No

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Land Website

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Review

Little Eastatoe Creek is better known as Long Shoals roadside park, a small installment along highway 11, in between Table Rock State Park and Keowee State Park . Little Eastatoe creek has 21 established bouldering problems and 2 top rope routes ranging from v2’s to v5’s. This park is historically tailored for day visitors coming to cool off in the blue holes and natural water slides found in the Little Eastatoe, but is quickly becoming popular among local climbers. This is a very fun park in the warmer months when you can take advantage of the boulders along side the creek and not worry about getting wet. Follow the creek-side trail or the trail to the left of the boulders in the parking area to do some exploring for the fun climbs. This park is open from dusk till dawn to the public, and has restrooms and picnic tables available. After you’re done climbing, cool off on the rock water slide- it’s awesome.

Location

Little Eastatoe Creek

Charleston, SC,
34.948781, -82.850719

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