This 129-acre state park is highlighted by giant granite rock formations, estimated to be a billion years old, that stand end-to-end like a train of circus elephants. One of the outstanding features of the park is a Braille trail which offers a special view of the geologic wonder for sight impaired visitors.
The gentle slopes of this paved trail make it especially suitable for elderly visitors to the site as well. Other park amenities include shaded picnic grounds and a small fishing lake for day-use. Located at the northwest edge of Graniteville.