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Pickens County South Carolina Waterfalls

Twin Falls

Twin Falls
Photo By Allen Easler
To see more of Allen Easler's beautiful waterfalls photos, and to read his descriptions, visit his site.

Twin Falls is about 75 feet high.


From Pickens, drive north on US 178 for approximately 12.0 miles left (southwest) onto Cleo Chapman Road (Pickens County S-100) at Bob’s Place Tavern. Drive 2.0 miles and when you come to a “T” intersection, turn right (north) onto Eastatoe Community Road (Pickens County S-92). Drive 1.0 mile and turn right (east) onto Waterfalls Road, which turns to gravel. Continue on this road until it ends at a parking area. Walk down the old roadbed that starts at the end of the parking area. It is approximately 0.25 mile to the waterfall.

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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