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Crowders Mountain State Park

522 Park Office Lane

Companion peaks at Crowders Mountain State Park The Pinnacle and Crowders Mountain offer challenging hikes, towering cliffs and 25-mile views of the surrounding piedmont. Eleven trails range from pastoral to strenuous, including the Ridgeline Trail, which links to Kings Mountain State Park and Kings Mountain National Military Park in South Carolina. A nine-acre lake offers choice spots for fishing or an opportunity to try canoeing with rentals available. Backcountry camping is featured with individual sites approximately a mile from parking areas. The rugged terrain of Crowders Mountain lends itself to rock climbing and bouldering with permit in designated areas. A visitor center with museum-quality exhibits complements regular interpretive programs.


john hill

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Took the Pinnacle trail up. Think its 2.2 miles. It gets steep at the top. Fairly good trail altogether. The staff seemed friendly. Great view from the top. We went to the left but if you climb the rocks in front of you I think you get a better view. The visitor center sells ice cream for $1. Nice park with lots of trails and hike in camping.

Sudhir Kumar

Thursday, May 31, 2018
I went for group camping. Car parking area to camping site is around 35 mints one side walk. If you forget something in your car round trip will take around an hour to take it back to camp. Camp site is good and peaceful. Place were even to put camp. Over all experience was good except distance from car parking to camp site people may enjoy this distance as well. It is a nice trail for health point of view.

Cumhur Yuce

Saturday, July 28, 2018
Awesome time going up top for the view. A lot of different trails with different levels of difficulty so anyone can get to the top. I also picked up my state parks stamp book so I can keep track of all of the parks I've visited. Awesome experience all around.

Parker Schmid

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Crowders Mountain is a great place to go for a day hike or even to camp over night. Depending on which path you take, the climb and be somewhat rigorous (be prepared for stairs). Once to get to the top, the view is 100% worth it. It's especially cool to go there at sundown and see all the city lights turn on below. I would highly recommend visiting this state park.

Griffin Knock

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Whether you're looking for a vigorous hike or a casual trek, this place has you covered. The view at the top is gorgeous with plenty of photo ops, and the way up is also beautiful. I love to hike here.

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