Table Rock State Park is one of the many South Carolina State Parks crammed into the northwest corner of the state along SC Route 11. Table Rock itself is a huge exposed cliff visible from outside the park and a couple of overlooks near the top of the road loop inside the park. The Carrick Creek Nature Loop is a roughly 2 mile loop that leaves from the trail head across from the beach parking. The loop follows a creek in either direction with a short, steep saddle crossing in the middle to jump between the two drainages.
There are literally dozens of waterfalls here along with otter slide type features and deeper pools. You’re almost never out of sight of one of the creeks on this hike. There are several trails in Table Rock and they tend to run together closer to the road so pay attention to the blaze colors at the trail head.
This pretty falls is perhaps 0.1 miles from the road, it’s the first landmark you come to regardless of which trails you are heading out on and there’s a nice little viewing area.