450 Croft State Park RD, Spartanburg South Carolina 29302
Croft State Park was part of a World War II Army training camp, today it is a popular park for area residents as well as out-of-state visitors. The rolling terrain consisits of 7,054 acres and includes a wide variety of facilities. The park has 21 1/2 miles of equestrian trails, a stable and show ring. Horse shows are held regularly by a local equestrian club.
Other South Carolina State Parks nearby:
(Cleveland) Jones Gap State Park
(York) Kings Mountain State Park
(Greenville) Paris Mountain State Park
(Anderson) Sadlers Creek State Park
(Pickens) Table Rock State Park
05/23 Coming to The Spartanburg area
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