Explore the 47: Croft State Park

I’ll be writing up a full review of Croft State Park for a Greenville site soon, so stay tuned for that. Today, I just wanted to share a few of my favorite photos from the visit.

img_4042I’m pretty sure it was twenty degrees below zero Wednesday wI had on three layers of clothes (as did JP) and it was not enough. Thankfully, the wind wasn’t blowing.

img_4048Lake Craig was our favorite spot of the day (well, mine was the cemetery but we’ll get to that shortly). 

img_4054It’s obvious why I keep seeing pictures on social media of people kayaking on this lake. The views have Instagram written all over them!



img_4033I loved how they had a guide for the hiking trails. If you’re directionally challenged like me, this comes in handy. 

img_4036I put mom in charge of stamping our book. At the end of your State Park journey, you turn in your book full of stamps and receive a prize to go along with your Ultimate Outsider status! 

dsc02336It looked more like fall than winter and I was 100% okay with that.

dsc02332I was happy with how this photo turned out, but getting it was quite the ordeal…




dsc02334Other than the freezing temperatures, the day was perfect.

img_4021You guys remember my slight obsession with graveyards. This one was pretty amazing. The graves date back to the 1700’s and the Revolutionary War.




img_4026I was fascinated by these worn flags.

img_4067Once we got back to Greenville, JP asked to eat at Sticky Fingers downtown on Main – his #1 favorite spot. 

I hope you guys have had a great week. Let’s celebrate because it’s finally Friday! By the time you read this, I will be on the road. I’m working out of town this weekend. Be sure to follow along with us over on Instagram – @acbeam.


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