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Caesar's Head State Park in Upstate SC. Caesar's Head State Park

8155 Geer Hwy
Cleveland, SC 29635
(864) 836-6115

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While traveling down to Greenville, SC, stop and visit Caesar's Head State Park located in Cleveland, SC. Caesar's Head State Park is 24 miles and 40 minutes from Hendersonville.

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Jones Gap State Park in Upstate SC. Jones Gap State Park

303 Jones Gap Road
Marietta, SC 29661 
(864) 836-3647

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Jones Gap State Park is located in a deep mountain cove and is 24 miles and 31 minutes from Hendersonville. There are plenty of trails for hiking and the park covers 11,000 acres of pristine mountain woodlands. One portion of the park contains the Eastern Continental Divide. Therefore rain falling on one side of the divide will eventually flow into the Atlantic Ocean and rain falling on the other side will flow into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Lake Jocassee in Upstate SC. Lake Jocassee

Salem, South Carolina

Lake Jocassee covers 7500 acres of water with 75 miles of shoreline.The elevation of the lake is 1100 feet. Lake Jocassee is 51 miles and 2 hours southwest of Hendersonville. There is very little development along the shoreline.

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Table Rock State Park in Upstate SC. Table Rock State Park

158 Ellison Lane
Pickens, SC 29671
(864) 878-9813

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Table Rock State Park is a towering mountain and the park covers 3,000 acres. It is about 41 miles and 50 minutes from Hendersonville. The mountain got its name from a Cherokee legend.The Cherokee Indians believed the Great Spirit used Table Rock as a dining table and the shorter mountain, The Stool, as a seat.

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