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South Carolina - Francis Marion Trail Clean Up

This Hike is led by GWH Ambassador Stacy Boyce!

If you are a registered member and have your punch card, don’t forget to bring it so I can initial it! 
If you’re not a registered member, you’re more than welcome to attend anyway! You can find out more about how to become one and get a punch card of your own here: 
I will not be handing out punch cards at this event. They’re available through purchase of a New Member Kit only. 

Trail Rating: GREEN, Mellow hike, easy to follow, elevation gain of 1,000ft. and under, low altitude. Novice hikers welcome!

Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup
Date: February 2nd

Time: 9:00 AM
Distance: TBD
EG: 0

Location: 2967 Steed Creek Road, Huger, SC
Permits / Passes: Eventbrite required
Event Brite Link: 
Dogs: No
Kids: Yes, but must be able to to do light yard work for 3 hours
Men: Yes
Water: 2L

***As with all GWH events, you must sign the GWH waiver before attending – it takes less than a minute to sign, and once you’ve signed it once you’re good to go for all future meetups***LINK TO WAIVER:

This is a fmilay friendly event. We will partner with Palmeeto Pride and the Naitonal Forrest Service to do some trail clean up in the Francis Marion National Forrest. Trail clean up will likely involve pick up trash and removing debris from the trail, but it could include some other tasks as well. 

PLease RSVP on the Eventbrite link so I can give Palmetto Pride an accurate headcount. 

Volunteers should meet at the US Forest Service Office, 2967 Steed Creek Rd, Huger, SC. 

Volunteers are encouraged to wear long pants, long-sleeve shirts and sturdy shoes. Gloves, bags and vests will be provided. Weather-appropriate outerwear is recommended. Lunch will be served to all volunteers and staff.


From Georgetown: Take HWY 17 S approximately 33 miles to Steed Creek Road (Road #10-1032)

From Monks Corner: Take HWY 52 to HWY 402 to Huger. Cross over Hwy 41 at the flashing red light and you will be on Steed Creek Road. Forest Service Center is 3 miles on your right.

From Mt. Pleasant/I-526: Take HWY 17. Drive 5.2 miles past the Sewee Visitor Center and turn left on Steed Creek Road. Forest Service Center is approximately 9 miles on the left.

Any updates will be posted on the event thread via the pinned post, and I'll update the event description if anything changes!

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