CROFT STATE PARK
Once part of a World War II Army training camp known as Camp Croft, this area continues to play an important role in preserving greenspace in Spartanburg County. Croft?s rolling terrain of 7,054-acres and two lakes support an excellent habitat for a variety of flora and fauna.
The park also offers diverse recreational opportunities for the adventurous guest that includes a hiking trail, fishing, picnicking, seasonal swimming, camping, equestrian facilities and more. In addition to its history as a military installation, the park?s cultural features include remnants of a Native American soapstone quarry, registered as a Heritage Trust Site.
South Carolina offers a variety of Park Passports. You can read more about the South Carolina Park Passports and order online by visiting the SOUTH CAROLINA PARK PASSPORTS
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Croft State Park is located near Boiling Springs, Chesnee and Duncan
Six picnic shelters are available for family or other group gatherings. Each shelter may be reserved for $25-38/day. If shelters are not reserved, guests may use shelters on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge.
To make a picnic shelter reservation, call toll-free 1-866-345-PARK.
From I-85: take exit 78. Get on Hwy. 221 and take Hwy. 176 to Country Club Rd. Turn right on Country Club Rd. Turn left at the light (Hwy. 56). Stay on Hwy. 56, turn left onto Dairy Ridge Rd. and follow signs. From I-26: take exit 22, go east on Hwy. 296. for approximately one mile, turn onto Hwy. 295 until it intersects with Hwy 56. Turn right onto Hwy. 56, then take a left at Dairy Ridge Rd. and follow signs.