Located in Pickens, South Carolina, Table Rock State Park is one of the unique attractions this area has to offer. With over 3,000 acres of land, the Table Rock State Park and nature conservatory was created with the Franklin D Roosevelt administration as part of the New Deal. The park is a great location for day-hikes. Table Rock State Park is the beginning of an 80-mile trail known as the Foothills Trail – a great place for the avid hiker to begin or end the trail. Admission to Table Rock State Park is only $2, and hours change with daylight savings time, so be sure to check hour listings before heading out to make the most of your day at Table Rock State Park.
Caesar's Head and Jones Gap
Caesar's Head State Park and the adjoining Jones Gap State Parks are two of South Carolina’s most famous state parks for the picturesque view from the top of Caesar's Head. With its peak being over 3,000 feet above sea level, it creates an amazing view of the Blue Ridge Mountain range.
Hikers and fishing enthusiasts will find a niche at Caesar's Head State Park with many different difficulty levels of trails to explore.
Jones Gap State Park is also part of South Carolina’s Environmental Education Center, using the Middle Saluda River to teach students, young and old alike, about ecology and ecosystems in a live setting. Jones Gap and Caesar's Head State Parks are great places to take your family while staying at Solitude Pointe.