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21 South Carolina Trail Projects Recommended For Federal Grants

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21 Trail Projects Recommended For Federal Grants 21 Trail Projects Recommended For Federal Grants
COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Carolina's Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism recommended 21 projects, totaling $1,943,952, for federal grants. These projects would help build or improve trails across the state.

The money would come from the Recreational Trails Program which is part of the Federal Highway Administration. 

Projects were rated on how best they met criteria, goals and objectives of the South Carolina State Trails Plan and South Carolina Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, and were evaluated in terms of their overall quality, need, public support, planning process, and the ability to maintain and operate the project after completion. Members of the South Carolina State Trails Advisory Committee also provided input in the selection process.

County

Agency

Project

Amt. Recommended

Abbeville

USDA Forest Service – Long Cane Ranger District Sumter National Forest

USFS Long Cane OHV Trails

$24,000.00

Abbeville

Town of Lowndesville

Lowndesville Town Park Trail

$100,000.00

Anderson

Town of Williamston

Mineral Spring Trail

$80,000.00

Beaufort

Beaufort County

Beaufort County Daufuskie Island Park

$98,702.26

Berkeley

City of Goose Creek

Wannamaker North Trailhead & Hiker/Biker Trail

$100,000.00

Berkeley

City of Hanahan

Hanahan City Park

$100,000.00

Berkeley

USDA Forest Service Service – Wambaw Office – Frances Marion National Forest

Wambaw Cycle Trail Access and Improvements

$284,000.00

Fairfield

Town of Winnsboro

Mt. Zion Green

$100,000.00

Greenville

Conestee Foundation

Conestee Park Connector/Swamp Rabbit at Nature Park

$100,000.00

Greenville

Conestee Foundation

Conestee Village Connector to Swamp Rabbit Trail

$100,000.00

Horry

Horry County

Horry County – East Coast Greenway

$60,950.00

Horry

US Fish & Wildlife Service – Waccamaw NWR

Cox Ferry Lake Recreation Area

$50,000.00

Laurens

USDA Forest Service – Enoree Ranger District Tyger Office Sumter National Forest

Enoree OHV Trail Improvements

$77,050.00

Lexington

City of Cayce

Riverwalk Phase IV

$100,000.00

Lexington

Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission

Lower Saluda River Blue Trail

$100,000.00

McCormick

Savannah Valley Trails, Inc.

Savannah Valley Railroad Trail

$35,600.00

Richland

City of Columbia

Taylor Street Trail

$98,850.00

Spartanburg

Town of Pacolet

Pacolet and Lawson’s Fork Blueway

$100,000.00

Sumter

City of Sumter

Lake Alice Drive Walking Trail

$100,000.00

Sumter

Sumter County Recreation Department

Shiloh Walking Trail

$34,800.00

York

City of Rock Hill

Riverwalk/River Park Trail Connector Project Phase IV

$100,000.00

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