Rules and regulations are posted throughout the park. In case of emergency, call 911.
Pets must be a leash no longer than 6 feet all times. Owners will be asked to remove noisy or dangerous pets or pets that threaten or harass wildlife. Please clean up after your pet.
Admission : $2 adults; $1.25 SC seniors; age 15 & younger free
Hours of Operation:
Standard Time Hours : 7am- 6pm, daily; extended to 8pm on Fri; Daylight Savings Time Hours: 7am -9pm, daily
Office Hours : 11am -noon & 4-5pm, daily
Park office: 864-585-1283
Not all trails are represented on this map. Trails not on this map are closed to the public.
There is a margin of error of approximately 3 meters when using GPS. Please take in to consideration this margin of error when viewing trail placement and your GPS position.
Things To Do in the Park:
- Hiking-all trails are open to hikers.
- Horseback Riding-dedicated trails for riders. Horse stalls are available for campers and a Show Ring is available for rent.
- Mountain Biking-the longest trail in the Park is dedicated for bikers. From novice to professional, you’ll find a challenge at the Park.
- Childrens Playground
- Fishing-available on two lakes. Canoes, kayaks, jon boats along with life jackets and paddles available for rent.
- Camping-primitive and full-hook sites available. All sites have power, water, fire ring, grill and picnic tables.
- Picnic Shelters-available for rent. All have water/restrooms nearby.
- Geocaching-several caches are located within the Park.
- Shooting Range-bring your own equipment and enjoy shooting skeet, pistols, rifles and archery.
Photos of trails and Points of Interest by Ned Barrett, Ian Curcio and park staff.