Located within Panola Mountain State Park, Panola Mountain is the most natural and undisturbed monadnock of exposed granitic rock in the Piedmont biophysiograpic province. Successional plant communities from base rock to oak hickory forest are present here. There are a number of characteristic granite outcrop plants, including granite stonecrop, a rare endemic species.
Year designated: 1980
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