Croft State Natural Area is popularized by the many miles of equestrian, mountain biking, and hiking trails. Also, the 50-site campground is attractive to many folks seeking a relaxing weekend in history-rich Spartanburg County.
The Croft area, once know as Camp Croft, was a World War II U.S. Army Infantry Replacement Training Facility back in the day. Very interesting and different heritage, considering most of South Carolina is more known for Revolutionary and Civil war history.
Camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, equestrian facilities, and picnic shelters.
Packed gravel sites. All sites have individual water and electric. 25 sites have 50 AMP hookups. Most sites will accommodate RV's up to 40 feet. Tent camping is welcome.
Group camping available for parties up to 100 people.
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$14-$18 per night
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Reviewed by Guest on March 22, 2010
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In the last two years, Croft has improved their camp grounds to accomodate bigger camping vehicles. Need to check it out. It was a wonderful experience.
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