Caesars Head State Park, Cleveland

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Caesars Head State Park is a park in northern Greenville County, South Carolina, that borders Transylvania County, North Carolina, and is reached via US 276. The eponymous rock formation, one of the highest points in Greenville County, is a granitic gneiss outcrop at 3,208 ft (978 m) above sea level on the Blue Ridge Escarpment of the Blue Ridge Mountains and rests roughly 2,000 ft (600 m) above the Piedmont below. (The origin of the name “Caesars Head” is disputed, though the outcrop was most probably named for an early mountaineer’s dog.) Caesars Head State Park and Jones Gap State Park are jointly administered by the state Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism as part of the Mountain Bridge Wilderness.

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  • We visited on Sunday and found both the main lot and the Raven Cliff lots at capacity and closed by 11am. We drove on to North Carolina and toured a little and came back over the mountain about 4pm.....  more »
  • I drove here after having a disappointing experience at Chimney Rock. This state park was only $3 to hike (compared to $17 in North Carolina) and I also appreciate that they have you fill out a form.....  more »

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