Kings Mountain State Park, South Carolina
The Kings Mountain State Park is a 6,885 acres state park located in the piedmont region of South Carolina. This favorite park was largely developed by Civilian Conservation Corps of America. The park includes miles of hiking trails, campgrounds, fishing lakes, equestrian facilities.mini golf courses and Living History Farm. The farm includes gardens and animals, barn and gin, blacksmith and carpenter shop and a house.
Self guided tours to the farm are available on weekends during April, May, September, and October and from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The campsites in the state park are provided with tent sites, electricity and water. Sixteen miles of hiking trails are available in the Kings Mountain Park. Fishing and boating are possible in the two lakes of the park.
The campsites Cherokee and York include rustic cabins, mess house, bathhouse and therefore ideal for large groups. The park is next to the Kings Mountain National Military Park which was a site of revolutionary war battle.
The park is open to public from Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 6 pm.There is no entry fee for children below 15 years. Pets are allowed in most of the areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash below 6 feet.