Was located where the new Herdklotz Park is. From my reading the boiler room and basement are still intact. I have no personal knowledge of this.
I just got through visiting this site. Supposedly it is haunted. That I can't attest to. The first time I got there it was quite busy so I came back later but it was too late. It was already dark and the park closes at sundown. So I plan to go back.
There is alot of misinformation online about where the old hospital is actually located. Unfortunately, I don't know where it was supposed to be but from my reading online from posters who apparently went through the courthouse archives the park is where it used to be.
It's interesting and I will go back.
I didn't find it as interesting as some places I've visited.
How to get there:
If you're coming from NC or the travelers Rest area turn onto State Park Rd from US-25 like you're going to Paris Mountain State Park, at the traffic light where the CVS is turn to the left which is Piney Mtn Rd(if you turn in the opposite direction you'll be on Altamont and in the Paris Mtn area), you'll come to another traffic light which N. Pleasantburg Rd, turn to the left(you'll see a Bilo on the right), go up one light to Rutherford Rd and turn to the left, go down until you see the Farmers Market and turn to the left on Beverly Rd and you'll come right into Herdklotz Park.
There may be easier ways of getting there but from NC or upper Greenville county this is probably the best way.
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I've been visiting and photographing allegedly haunted and/or abandoned houses/places/roads/highways, etc. for several years now. In the beginning it was mostly North and South Carolina but later when I started travelling extensively I started visiting places throughout the south, midwest and Michigan and Ohio and occasionally other places. Not too many are creepy but most are in disrepair and rural decay. I like photographing old houses, cemeteries, barns, old cars(restored and unrestored) nature, lakes, oceans, etc.