Welcome to the East Coast Greenway in South Carolina
In South Carolina, the East Coast Greenway stays near the coast through the state’s low country, bringing travelers through Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Charleston, and Beaufort, to the Georgia border. Completed trails furthest north include the Barefoot Resort section of the North Myrtle Beach Trail, the Harrelson Boulevard Trail, and Grissom Parkway Trails in Myrtle Beach. Continuing south, three segments of the Waccamaw Neck Bikeway are coming together to offer safe travel through Georgetown County. The route continues on road to Mount Pleasant, where a separated bike/ped path on the Ravenel Bridge leads travelers to Charleston’s West Ashley Greenway.
Of the 270-mile route through South Carolina, 15% is complete on greenway trails, and another 20% is in development. The ECGA is working closely with agencies, municipalities, and organizations throughout the state to get trail on the ground and find solutions to help progress accelerate.
To learn more about the trail progress and activities in South Carolina, visit the SC Committee page.
The ECG Trip Planner allows you to generate customized point-to-point cue sheets for your ECG trip, with accompanying maps and elevation profiles, or to export your route as a GPX file to load onto your Garmin or other GPS device.
Charleston Trip Planner
This one page guide is outlines options for a one or two day trip along the East Coast Greenway in Charleston and Mount Pleasant.
The ECGA is proud to be working with many great partners to bring the project to completion in the state of South Carolina. Partners include but are not limited to:
- Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG)
- Bike the Neck
- Charleston Moves
- City of Myrtle Beach
- City of North Myrtle Beach
- Gullah-Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission
- Palmetto Conservation Fund
- Palmetto Cycling Coalition
- South Carolina Department of Transportation
- Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments