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Little Pee Dee State Park

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Little Pee Dee
Little Pee Dee

Little Pee Dee State Park, South Carolina

Wondering how this state park got its unusual name? That’s easy! It’s named after the Little Pee Dee River, of course. You’ll have to visit the park yourself to learn more. Little Pee Dee is a sensory Read more...
Wondering how this state park got its unusual name? That’s easy! It’s named after the Little Pee Dee River, of course. You’ll have to visit the park yourself to learn more. Little Pee Dee is a sensory feast, best experienced by a quiet walk through the woods, stopping to examine the nearby black swamp, admire the blooming pinecones and glittering lake, and snap a picture of the mysterious geological depression known as Carolina Bay. If you’re looking to find yourself in nature, rent a kayak or canoe and paddle out to the middle of Lake Norton, where you can admire the swath of green forest sandwiched between bright blue water and sky. If you’re looking for a simple landscape to paint, a quiet lake to meditate beside, or a romantic getaway, this quiet pocket of nature is calling. (pee dee, pee dee, do you hear it?)
Little Pee Dee Campground
You can’t go wrong at Little Pee Dee Campground, which promises a quiet night beside Lake Norton....
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