Table Rock State Park, named after the towering mountain that gives the park its name, is a 3,000 acre park filled with natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Its miles and miles of hiking trails serve as an access point, allowing hikers to discover mountain streams, picturesque waterfalls, and history along each route.
The TRACK Trail at Table Rock State Park is located along the Carrick Creek Trail, a 2.0 mile long loop trail featuring several water features along the creek, including Carrick Creek Falls. The brochure-led adventures help visitors discover things hiding along the trail, the wonders of waterfalls, and how fire helps shape the mountain.
Adventures for Table Rock State Park
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Driving Directions: From I-26: Take SC-Exit 5 onto Hwy 11 towards Campobello. Travel for approximately 45 mi. Turn left onto E Ellison Lane.
From I-85 at the GA line: Take SC-Exit 1 to Hwy 11 for approx. 55 miles, turn right on E Ellison Lane.
From I-85 at the NC line: Travel South to Hwy 11 Exit 92 at Gaffney and proceed on Hwy 11 for approx. 75miles, turn left on E Ellison Lane.