Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the Raven Cliff Falls drop gracefully.
Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the Raven Cliff Falls drop gracefully. Photo courtesy of S.C. Departmen
Thirty people last summer paid a premium ($10 adults, $5 kids) for a spot on the Caesars Head overlook, usually closed after dark, for a spectacular view of Fourth of July fireworks displays in the several Upstate cities below. That might be a regular revenue source in the future. Here, the Raven Cliff Falls drop gracefully. Photo courtesy of S.C. Departmen

SC parks directors: Yes we can

February 08, 2012 12:00 AM

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