|Length||76.2 mi (122.6 km)|
|Location||South Carolina and North Carolina, United States|
|Trailheads||Table Rock State Park|
Oconee State Park
|Use||Foot trail for recreational hiking and backpacking|
|Highest point||Sassafras Mountain|
|Trail difficulty||Easy to strenuous|
The Foothills Trail is a 76-mile (122 km) National Recreation Trail in South and North Carolina, United States, for recreational hiking and backpacking. It extends from Table Rock State Park to Oconee State Park. It passes through the Andrew Pickens Ranger District of the Sumter National Forest, Ellicott Rock Wilderness, Whitewater Falls, and Lake Jocassee.
The U.S. Forest Service built the section in the Sumter National Forest starting in 1968. Duke Power Company built the middle portion of the trail as a recreational resource in conjunction with its Bad Creek pumped storage hydroelectric project. The trail is maintained by the Foothills Trail Conference.