The Breathtaking Overlook In South Carolina That Lets You See For Miles And Miles
Headed up to Caesars Head State Park to get at those incredible views from the overlook and along the trails? Be sure to stop at this often missed overlook that doesn’t have a sign. You’ll just notice as you’re driving on Geer Highway (Highway 276) a pull off parking area right on the highway where you may see a car or two.
The overlook is known as Bald Rock and is part of the Bald Rock Heritage Preserve managed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.
Pop out of your car and over the bridge for a short walk up that impressive granite outcropping.
What you'll discover on the other side is amazing! (Yes, there is some unfortunate graffiti... but you can see beyond that, right?)
From Bald Rock you can see for miles and miles as you peer over Pickens and Greenville Counties.
From here, you can even see the east side of Table Rock!
Prepare to be amazed by this newfound view of South Carolina. We absolutely live in the most beautiful state in the country!
Finding Bald Rock will be easy now that you have the inside scoop on the lack of signage. The pull off is located roadside on the way up to Caesars Head.
Did you know about this cool overlook in South Carolina? We’d love to know and to see your awesome photos if you’ve been!
Bald Rock Heritage Preserve is located on Geer Highway in Cleveland, South Carolina. It’s open 365 days a year and admission is free. There are no facilities or trash receptacles at this overlook.
For another secret scenic overlook, take a ride on the nearby
Loneliest Road In South Carolina!
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