Things To Do
NOTE: All boat rentals (fishing, canoe and kayak) are available between the office hours of 11 a.m. and noon and 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. To rent outside of these hours please see park staff on duty or stop by campground host sites 22 or 45 in the campground.
Downloadable Trail Map & Trail Info
: Enjoy fishing for bass, bream, catfish and crappie in the park lake. A valid South Carolina fishing license is required.
Boating and Boat Access
: A boat ramp provides private boat access to Lake Tom Moore Craig, a 165-acre watershed. Private boats are permitted on the lake, but are restricted to electric trolling motors.
Fishing Boat Rentals
: Non-motorized, 14 ft. fishing boats rent for $15/four hours or $25/day between the office hours of 11 a.m. and noon and 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. To rent outside of these normal office hours, please see a park ranger. No boats will be rented after 6 p.m.
: Canoe rentals are available for $15 for four hours or $25/day. Kayaks are available for $10/hour. Rentals are available year round, weather permitting. No canoes or kayaks will be rented after 6 p.m.
OTHER AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES
Park Store/Gift Shop
: Ice, firewood and snacks as well as camping and fishing gear are available for purchase at the park office.
: The playground is located in the day-use area near the park office.
: Swimming is not permitted in the lake, but you may wade in the Fairforest Creek located just off of the Palmetto Trail at the Advance America Bridge at your own risk.
: The area around Lake Craig is ideal for birdwatching. You may see different varieties of hawks, bald eagles, wood ducks and other waterfowl and birds of prey.
: Geocaching is permitted. Several geocaches are located on the park. Please speak to a park ranger before setting a geocache. For more information visit the official geocaching website.
: There is a SCDNR shooting range located just outside of the park gate. It is open T-Sa from 9am-5pm. You must bring your own equipment. Contact the park for more information.
: Horse stalls rent for $9-10.50/night.
Please note that Coggins test is required on the park. Please bring your papers with you to the park. For further information (crossing state lines) please visit the South Carolina Equine Import Requirements. You may also read the South Carolina Resident Horse Requirements.
Equestrian Show Ring
: A large show ring, suitable for most any type of equestrian event, is available for use at the park. The show ring is an outdoor arena with lights.
: Croft offers many loop trails, from moderate to strenuous. Please note, we do recommend your horses be shod, but it is not required. Coggins test is required.
The 3.5-mile Rocky Ridge Trail and the 6.5-mile Foster’s Mill Loop are considered strenuous.
The 2.4-mile Lake Johnson Loop, 3.5-mile Fairforest Creek Loop, and 4.5-mile Lake Johnson/Fairforest Creek connector are considered moderate.
Horse shows are held at Croft the third Saturday of each month, excluding December and January. These shows start at 9am and last until approximately 6pm.
: Croft State Natural Area offers two hiking trails: the one-mile Horace Craig Trail and the 1.5-mile Nature Trail.
: The park has a bike trail that is approximately 15 miles in length.
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