About Tar Hollow State Park

Twisting park and forest roads pass through 604 acres of deep ravines and dense woodlands. Scattered shortleaf and pitch pines growing on the ridges were once a source of pine tar for early settlers, hence the name Tar Hollow. Dogwoods, redbuds and a variety of wildflowers color the hillsides in the springtime. Fall’s pageant of color is spectacular. Tar Hollow offers a range of moderate to difficult hiking trails, along with boating, fishing, hunting, and swimming areas.

Features & Amenities

Pet friendly

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