Goodale State Park is closed M-Th from Dec. 1 - March 14.
Tall cypress trees that enchant the eye, a Civil War-era mill pond that abounds with wildlife, some of the best kayaking in South Carolina
and a one and a half mile, sandy nature trail waiting to be explored can all be found at Goodale State Park.
Goodale is sure to please those who love wilderness canoe trips and kayaking in South Carolina, as paddling is one of the park’s main attractions. A little-known paddling trail winds for three miles through cypress trees and aquatic plants and is perfect for wilderness canoe trips
taken not so far from the city.
A longtime community favorite, Goodale additionally offers shoreline fishing and picnicking.
Want more South Carolina parks? Explore a paddler’s paradise at Colleton State Park
or enjoy a unique experience at the prime South Carolina golf resort
found at Hickory Knob State Resort Park!
HOURS AND ADMISSION
: Free admission
Days and Hours of Operation
: 9am to 6pm, daily
Winter hours of operation: Fr-Su 9am to 6pm, Dec.1-March 14.
: 11am-noon, daily
: Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet. Owners will be asked to remove noisy or dangerous pets or pets that threaten or harass wildlife.