New Grassland-Woodland Trails at Beidler Forest
New Grassland-Woodland Trails at Beidler Forest
Beidler Forest

The New Grassland-Woodland Trails at Beidler Forest

Explore our new trails!
Beidler Forest

The New Grassland-Woodland Trails at Beidler Forest

Explore our new trails!

Video: Jen Tyrrell

Our new trail system meanders through Longleaf Pine, grassland and woodland habitats being restored by Audubon South Carolina. Free to the public and open from sunrise to sunset, the new trails give visitors the opportunity to explore a new section of the sanctuary in beautiful Harleyville, SC. The diverse habitat attracts birds and other wildlife not typically seen on the Beidler Forest boardwalk.  

Parking for the trails are located only a few feet from the Beidler Forest gate off Mim's Road. Be sure to watch the bird feeders for buntings, woodpeckers, and sparrows!

Trail Guidelines:

  • Trails are open from sunrise to sunset
  • Please stay on the marked trails at all times
  • Trails are open for foot travel only
  • Dispose of all trash properly, including any found on trails
  • Supervise children at all times
  • To benefit all visitors, maintain respectful noise levels

The following are not permitted on the sanctuary:

  • Dogs, horses and other animals
  • Bicycles, ATVs and other vehicles
  • Smoking, vaping, alcohol or illegal substances
  • Hunting, firearms or other weapons of any type
  • Disturbing, feeding or handling wildlife
  • Scratching, cutting or damaging trees
  • Removing plants or digging into soil
  • Fires or burning for any reason
Trail Map Grassland-Woodland Trails at Beidler Forest
Trail Map