Table Rock State Park

Table Rock State Park gets its name from the iconic open rockface that overlooks the rolling mountains and dense forests of the Blue Ridge Escarpment region. This land was once inhabited by Cherokee tribes who called it Sah-ka-na-ga, which translates to "Great Blue Hills of God." They believed that when their god sat down to feast, he used this massive stone ledge as his table.

Today, visitors can view these great blue hills for themselves by following the park's many hiking trails to stunning overlooks. At nearly 3,000 acres, the park contains everything that makes the natural beauty of the Appalachians so arresting. Visitors can swim or fish in one of the park's two stocked lakes. Kayak, canoe, and pedal boat rentals are available seasonally at the Lake Pinnacle boathouse.

The park has a children's playground and plenty of picnic shelters. The park's 1930's era lodges are a great place for special events and host monthly bluegrass jam sessions. The park also has a plethora of tent and primitive camping options for visitors who think only one day just isn't enough to see everything that this beautiful park has to offer.

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Feb 11 2023- Dec 09 2023

December 09

Recurring monthly on the 2nd Saturday until Dec. 09 2023

Enjoy traditional Blue Grass music as local musicians gather at Table Rock to keep this inspirational talent alive. Visitors are invited to bring their acoustic instruments...

Table Rock State Park