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Hickory Knob State Resort Park

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Hickory Knob

Hickory Knob State Resort Park, South Carolina

If your weekend trip at Hickory Knob State Resort Park turns into a week-long one, we won’t tell your boss. With the easy access to Lake Thurmond, unbelievable trails, and crazy fun activities Read more...
If your weekend trip at Hickory Knob State Resort Park turns into a week-long one, we won’t tell your boss. With the easy access to Lake Thurmond, unbelievable trails, and crazy fun activities available to you, extending the stay happens all the time. Bring your bike and boots to go explore the land, and your boat and swim suit to hit the water! Not much of a hunter/gatherer? Have no fear: a full-fledged restaurant is just asking to be visited! Break out your inner Katniss on the archery range, and then your Williams Sisters on the tennis courts! All in all, this will surely become an annual destination.
Hickory Knob Campground
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