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All reviews easy hike park ranger beautiful waterfall richards house trading post block house longer hike picnic tables state historic site restroom facility trail head parking lot nice walk lots of history day trip all ages cove
This park has two beautiful historic houses. They are well-kept. Signs tell the history of the houses. Note: after turning off Highway 11 onto Oconee Station Road, go about two miles and watch for the Oconee Station sign. At the sign, turn right to go...More
We visited during the week when this “free” park was unattended. The trading post and the block house had signs that told a bit about the site and the historical significance of the area. The hike to the falls from the picnic area was about...More
This visit was part of helping our daughter and grandsons become SC Ultimate Outsiders by visiting all 47 parks. It was about 91 degrees outside but the 1790's militia outpost was comparatively cool with its walls over a foot thick. The grandsons imagined Revolutionary era...More
The site itself, is fascinating with a historic building that gives perspective, a handy restroom, etc. and helpful staff. The highlight is the mostly Class I super-easy trail on the mountain and through a bog with almost every species of plant around here (as well...More
Went waterfall hunting while we were there....watch footing, slippery if you're not watching your steps. Oconee Station State Historic Site was great to walk around a look at and enjoyed the time there. Beautiful old buildings depecting life in by-gone times. Enjoyable.
Very interesting historical site. 10 year old was very interested in the buildings and reading the history. We did drive to next parking lot and did the hike to the falls. Very friendly park ranger as well with lots of history to tell. Great day...More
We went to Oconee Station state Park on a Friday morning and parked in the lot by the office, bathrooms and the historic buildings. We first went to see the historic buildings. There is the William Richards house built in 1805 and the Stone Block...More