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Volenteers put up hi line ties for the horses at rest areas on may 28, 2014. They are located in 3 locations. On Rocky Ridge/Foster Mill Loop, at the tower, on the Lake Johnson trail.  People that helped are Bruce Dell, Judy Coleman, Julie Dell, Linda Hinson , Kathy Matthews. Also James Gregory came from the Pisgah Trail Blazers . A special thank you to James for his help.

Kohls associates helped improve the entrance to Croft State park. Thanks to Kohls we were able to replace all of the locust rail fence and plant butterfly bushes at the entrance to the park.

 

Thanks to Home Depot for helping out with the plants.

 

Kudos to Glen, a park associate, for planning the entire venture.

Pisgah Trailblazers volunteered at Croft State park on March 8, 2014. The group helped improve trails inside the park. The group started early Saturday morning and worked until 2 pm shoveling dirt and chopping roots.

 

They helped improve the multiuse trail behind Lake Craig past the old Boy Scout Camp.

 

 

Volunteers from Kohls and Friends of Croft painted the bathhouse at the lakeside campground.

Home Depot donated the paint and supplies and the bathhouse looked great when done.

 

A BIG thanks to Kohls and Home Depot. See you at the park!

 

Volunteers are always upgrading the park. here we planted shrubs around the park office, bathhouse and horse stalls.

 

A good time was had by all at our Hop into Croft event. There was an Easter Egg Hunt and Magic Show and Door prizes all brought to you by Friends of Croft!

 

6th Annual Fishing 4Fun Day was held at Croft State Park. Over 400 children and their families participated. Fishing 4 Fun is held every year on the first Saturday of May. 175 fishing rods and reels, tee shirts, bait and Academy bags were given out. Thanks to our sponsors, Walmart, Academy Sports, The Beacon Drive In, South Carolina Hunters and Land Owners for the Hungry, Dicks Sporting Goods and South Carolina Department of Parks and Recreation. A free lunch was provided for everyone and all participants were eligible for door prizes and trophies. Check it out on Facebook.

 

Our Neewalloh event was a great start to Halloween. The Friends of Croft sponsored a free jump house and magician. There was a costume contest with many prizes and all were invited to enter. Also available were hay rides and marshmallow roasting over an open fire.

 

Croft State Park has several historic graveyards. The Friends of Croft are continually upkeeping them.

 

March 23 (cancelled due to cold rain), June 8, September 21, December 7
Unless otherwise noted, volunteers meet at 8:30 at Palmetto Trail parking area on Dairy Ridge Road


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