TABLE ROCK STATE PARK
Table Rock Mountain provides a towering backdrop for an upcountry retreat at the edge of the Blue Ridge Escarpment.
This 3,083-acre state park encompasses challenging hiking trails, two park lakes, a campground, rustic mountain cabins, meeting facilities and many other quality outdoor activities.
The view at Table Rock is as breathtaking today as it was to the Cherokee Indians who once inhabited this area.
Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, the park still features many of the quality architecture and stonework of the CCC.
The park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is also a South Carolina Heritage Trust Site.
A multi-purpose recreation center is ideal for large group gatherings.
This gymnasium-style facility has pull-out bleachers and a stage.
Its capacity is 175 people banquet style or up to 500 people for recreational purposes.
Rental rate is $240-$300/day (half day rentals available).
Also a small meeting building (chapel style) is used for smaller group gatherings up to 75 people. Rental rate is $120-$150/day
To make a meeting facility reservation, call toll-free 1-866-345-PARK
Table Rock State Park is located near Branson
General Directions: Twelve miles north of Pickens on S.C. 11
Driving Directions: Located off Hwy 11. From Greenville: take Hwy 276 to Hwy 11 and look for signs. Table Rock State Park is 12 mi. N. of Pickens on Hwy 11.