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Colleton
Colleton

Colleton State Park, South Carolina

Head to the river at Colleton State Park. Sure, animals flock to rivers for water source but now that we think of it, all the fun stuff involves water too. Smart animals. Take the kayak or canoe out Read more...
Head to the river at Colleton State Park. Sure, animals flock to rivers for water source but now that we think of it, all the fun stuff involves water too. Smart animals. Take the kayak or canoe out on the Edisto River for some unbelievable views and upper body workouts. Cast your line out with a bud or fish solo; sit beneath a nearby tree and put a dent in your book club novel. Bring the kiddies to the playground and give in to your inner child; get on those swings! Hike the trails to see how much flora and fauna you can identify. The more time spent outdoors, the longer that list becomes!
Colleton Campground
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