Laurel Hill County Park is closed for tree thinning, a practice that will create a healthier forest. Tree removal will take several weeks, and the timeline for the closure is very much weather dependent.
This beautiful park site features several miles of running, walking, or biking trails that wind through a variety of landscapes. Laurel Hill is over 745 acres in total size and features an oak allée, large open meadows, a small lake, and gorgeous scenery. Laurel Hill County Park is also available for private rentals.
Park Trail Rules
Pack it in. Pack it out. There are no trash cans.
There are no restrooms.
No motorized vehicles, ATVs, or horses are permitted.
Pets must be kept on a leash, cleaned up after, and under control at all times.
Follow trail etiquette when passing other trail users. Cyclists yield to pedestrians.
Stay on designated trails.
Camping and/or campfires are prohibited.
Removal or destruction of natural resources or wildlife is prohibited.
Metal detectors are prohibited.
Firearms, fireworks, remote-controlled airplanes, and/or dangerous projectiles are prohibited. (CCPRC recognizes a valid SC Concealed Weapons Permit.)
Mount Pleasant Police Department has jurisdiction on the property.
Access may be restricted due to land management projects, trail maintenance, or special events.