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Greenville County South Carolina Waterfalls

Moonshine Falls

Moonshine Falls is about 40 feet high.


From Greenville, drive northwest on US 276 to the intersection with SC 8. Continue 1.2 miles and turn left (west) into the River Falls Fire Substation parking area. Park on the graveled area, and DO NOT block the Substation. Walk back to the driveway entrance and turn right (south) to walk alongside US 276 for 80 yards.

Turn right onto a forked gravel road and start on the right fork. Note: DO NOT park in this area. Vehicles here can block the access gates for both Asbury Hills Methodist Camp and the SC DNRs Game Management Area. Walk down the old roadbed and at approximately 100 yards you will see a red blaze. A SC DNR vehicular barricade is 144 yards beyond this first blaze. Walk around the gate. Hike 1.2 miles beyond this gate and bear right the fork.  

The South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism has a web site called SCTrails with more information, maps and photos of many of the trails in South Carolina.

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