# 4 - Camp Hall
12 miles of trail routes
Camp Hall is a next generation commerce park
that not only is designed for modern industry, but
also includes nearly 2,000 acres of preserved
habitats. The family adventurer will find miles
of mixed surface trails and routes that can be
used for trail/"mountain" biking, gravel rides,
wildlife viewing and forest exploring. This is one
of the best places in the Low Country that you
can pick an adventure and keep going back to
experience something new and exciting with
each visit. Grab knobby tired bike, pack a
-lunch and camera, and head to Camp Hall!
Distance: 12 miles of routes, ride as little or as much as you want, best treated as exploration.
Time: Plan at least a couple hours each time you visit this exciting place.
Surface: Mixed surface; forest-service type roads, gravel, dirt, mulch, forest double-track.
Bike Type: Trail or "mountain" style bikes with tires over 2.0" inches is best for the trails that go through the
forested sections. The dirt service roads can be ridden by "gravel" or hybrid style bikes with tires over 35c.
Crowds: Light. You'll see others on the weekends.
Fees/Permits: None, it's FREE!
Precautions: Biting insects can be formidable in warmer months. Bring insect repellent. You're likely to see a good bit of wildlife; make an effort to not disturb it!
Trailhead Parking: 114 Three Point Drive, Ridgeville, SC 29472. There's great trailhead signage with a map on the north side of the parking lot.
GPS Coordinates for Parking Area: 33.132486, -80.267084 or 33°07'57.0"N 80°16'01.5"W
Contact: camphall.com. 843-761-4070.
Trail Use Hours: Daylight hours.