Kings Mountain State Park
1277 Park RD | Blacksburg, SC 29702 | Phone: 803-222-3209 | Fax: 803-222-6948
  • The Farm at Kings Mountain State Park
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  • Spring blooms and butterflies at Kings Mountain
Due to construction on the park bridge, the main trailhead, day-use areas and campground, will be closed until May 4, 2017.  Our trails remain accessible from our equestrian day-use area, and the Living History Farm and boat dock areas are still open and available for use.  For more information, please contact the park directly.

Our Ultimate Outsider stamps can be found at the park office to the right of the front door, as well as to the left of the door on the admission booth.
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The Piedmont’s Kings Mountain State Park has miles of forested trails perfect for supreme Kings Mountain hiking, two fishing lakes, and sits adjacent to Kings Mountain National Military Park, , one of many national park Revolutionary War sites. Local crowds flock to the park during regularly scheduled special events, especially every November when living history demonstrations are held at the park’s replica 1800s Piedmont farm.

For those who want to stay overnight at Kings Mountain, campground accommodations–including equestrian facilities–are available at the Kings Mountain campground, with easy access to Kings Mountain hiking, fishing and more.


  • Admission : $2/adult; $1.25 SC Seniors; age 15 & younger free
  • Days and Hours of Operation : 8am-6pm, daily (extended to 7am-9pm during Daylight Saving Time)
  • Office Hours : 11am-noon & 4-5pm M-F
  • Tours : Self-guided tours of the Living History Farm are available daily from 7am-9pm during daylight savings time and 7am-6pm the remainder of the year.

    The farm is a replica of a 19th century South Carolina yeoman farm which includes a barn, cotton gin and blacksmith/carpenter shop. School group tours available by appointment.

    Kings Mountain is a DiscoverCarolina Site, which provides curriculum-based social studies programs for South Carolina school children.


  • Pets : Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet. Owners will be asked to remove noisy or dangerous pets or pets that threaten or harass wildlife. Pets are not allowed in or around cabins, cabin areas or other lodging facilities.