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Lee
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Lee

Lee State Park, South Carolina

If you think canoe trips are reserved for Girl Scouts and the Hardy Boys, think again. The Lynches River, which runs through Lee State Park, will turn you into a river rat in no time. Kayak or canoe Read more...
If you think canoe trips are reserved for Girl Scouts and the Hardy Boys, think again. The Lynches River, which runs through Lee State Park, will turn you into a river rat in no time. Kayak or canoe through the hardwood forest floodplain, catch some catfish off the side of the boat, or pull up to the bank for a quick exploration through the woods along one of Lee’s designated nature trails. Feeling nostalgic for sixth grade camping trips? Just turn your canoe journey into a full-fledged splash war. But if you miss seeing all 119 bird species who live in the park because you were too busy soaking your companions with a paddle, don’t say we didn’t warn you. Oh, you forgot to pack a water bottle? Fugetaboutit! Lee’s got artesian wells that push water up to the surface of the earth, and they flow 24/7.
Lee Campground
Camp by the river year-round at Lee campground, where there’s plenty of room to pull up a car or RV....
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