ATTENTION: The parking lot at Seven Oaks Preserve Trail is temporarily closed due to a downed tree. The trail is still accessible via Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.

Masons Bend Trail

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Masons Bend Trail is a natural surface trail that connects to the Founders Trail and then to Riverwalk along the Catawba River. It backs up to the Masons Bend neighborhood in Fort Mill, SC.
Trail Uses
Walking / hiking / running Mountain biking
Location
Fort Mill (SC)
Length
1.9 miles, One Way
Difficulty
Easy
Motorized Vehicles
Not Permitted
Fees
No
Pets
Permitted on leash
Parking Spaces
15
Restrooms
No
Hours
Dawn - Dusk

Description

The Masons Bend Trail is a winding 1.9-mile natural surface trail running adjacent to the new Masons Bend community.   It connects directly into the Founders Trail and provides outstanding views of the Catawba River.  It also traverses the new Masons Bend development.  The trail corridor along the river has historical importance in the area.  The Catawba River has provided farming, hunting and fishing for the Native Americans and settlers who came later.  Years later a former quarry near present day Masons Bend was used for the stone that built the Lake Wylie Dam, just a few miles to the north. 

Masons Bend Trial shares a trailhead parking area with Founders Trail.  Follow the river north to enjoy the Masons Bend Trail or south to experience the Founders Trail that will eventually lead you to Riverwalk and another four miles of Carolina Thread Trail.

Trail Manager

The Mason Bend Homeowners Associate is the trail manager. Visit the Mason Bend Facebook Page for more information.

Mason Bend Homeowner Association
704-805-1798
candice.york@fsresidential.com

Trail Tips

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Trailhead Information

North Parking Address and Trailhead - End of Weir Court, Tega Cay, SC 29708 MAP

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