Peachtree Rock Preserve
Located in Lexington County, SC.
843-937-8807 ext. 15
Peachtree Rock Preserve web site
Known as the “Peachtree Rock Heritage Preserve” or the “Peachtree Rock Nature Preserve”, this property protects around 460 acres of some diverse ecosystems ranging from mountainous to desert-like plant communities. Several hiking trails highlight the interesting and unusual scenery. Camping is not permitted, and there are no paved roads, no picnic tables, no restrooms, and no trash cans, so this is definitely an area protected in its natural state. You can spend many hours here exploring this nature preserve.
Features and Facilities
Hours of Operation
- One hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset
Admission or Parking Fee
How to Get There
Take US #302 out of Columbia, SC. Go past the airport, past South Congaree, and past the Edmund community. Turn left on SC #6 where it veers off from SC #302, then turn left onto the second paved road. At the stop sign, turn right onto a Peachtree Rock Road, and the small parking lot is on the left. Look closely, because this parking lot is easy to miss.
Latitude 33.83306, Longitude -81.20194
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