Croft State Park Rangers and historian, Stanley Bishop, have curated a one of a kind presentation and guided hike of the former Camp Croft, exclusively for the Spartanburg County Historical Association!
Join Croft State Park Ranger, Tim Ritter, and historian Stanley Bishop for a presentation of the history of Camp Croft under one of park pavilions beginning promptly at 9:00am, wrapping up by 10:30am. Light refreshments will be served.
Immediately following the presentation, Stanley will lead a guided hike visiting several of the locations mentioned in the morning's presentation. Comfortable, outdoor wear and closed toe shoes are encouraged. Cold bottled water and granola bars will be provided.
Registration is required. Space is VERY LIMITED!
Please call 864-596-3501 to register.
You may attend the presentation and choose not participate in the guided hike. You will be asked at the time of registration what portions of the program you plan to attend.
A Current SCHA Membership is Required to attend this program. To purchase or renew your SCHA Membership, you may follow the link below to our website:
This event is FREE as part of SCHA Member Benefits. A guest list will be at the main entrance where you will be asked to check in, waiving the park entrance fee.
Individual SCHA Memberships gains access for the membership holder only. All guests must purchase an individual membership.
Family and Donor Level Memberships gain access for up to four (4) individuals.