Croft State Park

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Croft State Park
Nearest city Spartanburg, SC
Coordinates 34°52′31″N 81°50′28″W / 34.8752°N 81.841°W / 34.8752; -81.841Coordinates: 34°52′31″N 81°50′28″W / 34.8752°N 81.841°W / 34.8752; -81.841
Area 7,054 acres (29 km2)
Open 1949
Camp sites tent and RV sites
Hiking trails 1.5 mile long Nature Trail, 1 mile long Horace Craig Trail

Croft State Park is a state park located near the town of Spartanburg in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The park is located on land that was used for a US Army training camp and prisoner-of-war camp in World War II known as Camp Croft. [1]

Activities and amenities[edit]

Activities available at the park include picnicking, fishing, hiking, geocaching, biking, bird watching, and camping. Boats with electric trolling motors are allowed Lake Tom Moore Craig, the 165-acre watershed located within the park.

Amenities include a playground, picnic shelters, a skeet shooting range, a 15 mile long bike trail and a park store. [2]

Equestrian facilities including a stable with rental stalls, a show ring and many miles of equestrian trails can also be found at the park.

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