Hike • Rocky Ridge/Whitestone Springs Trail


Saturday, May 13
7:30 am: Meet at the northwest parking lot of Brookwood Church.

Croft State Park

No cost to attend.

Registration Closes:
Saturday, May 13


Praise God by taking a hike on the Rocky Ridge/Whitestone Springs Trail in Croft State Park.

Rocky Ridge bears off of Foster Mill just past the Kelsey Creek Bridge crossing and is open to both horseback riders and hikers. The trail offers several scenic passages through hardwood forest and mixed pine trees. It offers a beautiful view of rolling hills and creeks as it makes it way to past the historic Whitestone Springs Spur Trail. This spur trail offers a one way route to the historic location of Whitestone Springs. Trail users venturing to this location can view the spring and see evidence of the bottling business, several foundations, and the foundation of the 4-story hotel from the late 1800’s. This trail is a must if you really want to immerse yourself in the rich history and tranquil beauty that make Croft State Park so special.

  • This is an moderate 8-mile round trip hike.


Michelle Stoudemire
[email protected]

Share this Event: