Ninety Six National Historic Site | PICNIC AREA

Ninety Six National Historic Site picnic area

Ninety Six National Historic Site picnic area

Eight tables (no grills) are located near the Logan Log Cabin and Visitor Center for Ninety Six National Historic Site. You can host a picnic event at the park, but a permit (fee involved) is required if fifteen or more people attend. See the National Park Service’s Picnic Area web page for details. When no organized group is using the area, all tables are taken on a first come, first served basis.

If you hike to the Star Fort Pond on the Cherokee Path Trail, there is a covered pavilion with one picnic table that overlooks the pond. As with the picnic area near the Visitor Center, there is no grill.

Picnic table at the Star Fort Pond

Picnic table at the Star Fort Pond

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Last updated on October 15, 2019
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