Issaqueena Falls "Waterfall" (South Carolina)

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This is A 200 Foot Waterfall. and a short easy walking trail that will lead you from Stumphouse Mountain Park to Issaqueena Falls. The legend has it that the Indian maiden, Issaqueena, rode to the nearby fort to warn of a pending Indian attack and then escaped pursuing Indians by pretending to leap over the falls, but actually hiding beneath them. This easy hike will take you to the top of the falls, but a short path to the right will give you a grand view of the entire scene
Trail length: 1 miles
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  • Posted by Melissa Peacock on July 26, 2013


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    Reviewed by Melissa Peacock on July 26, 2013

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    On Tuesday, July 16, 2013 I decided to see how many waterfalls I could explore in a single day. After stopping at the South Carolina Visitor Center asking their opinion for the biggest and best waterfalls along waterfall row this ended up being one of my stops. I really loved the picnic area and how easy it was to get to the base of the falls. There were several kids swimming in the pool area. This is a great family spot and it was free of charge. Also before you leave head to the Stumphouse Tunnel that is another great place for the kids to explore.
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