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Pee Dee Region
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Lee State Park
Lee State Park
LEE STATE PARK
LEE STATE PARK
487 Loop RD
Bishopville, South Carolina   29010

Phone: 803-428-5307
Reservations: 803-428-5307
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Lee State Natural Area is a gateway to the Lynches River, a designated state scenic river. The park encompasses 2,839 acres of diverse habitat that includes a vast hardwood floodplain forest, numerous artesian springs, a millpond and sandhills. Visitor amenities include a campground, nature trails, equestrian facilities and picnic area.

The park was originally built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a New Deal program created by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to help young men learn new skills and provide jobs.
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Hiking Trailyes
 Swimming Beachyes
 Bike Trailsyes
 Bridle Trailsyes
CampingPrimativeyes
 Water/Electric Sitesyes
WinterActivitiesyes
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Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
June 17 one of my favorite parks by Yada Girl
The park is beautiful. Always have a great time riding horses and visiting with friends around a campfire. Very pleasant and courteous rangers, always helpful! One of our favorite parks. Looking forward to getting the horse campsites up and going again ? we?ll be back!
May 27 One of our favorite parks by Linda P. Martin
very clean bathrooms, great walking or riding bikes. The parks is beatiful. The boardwalk is fabulus beatiful.Did a great job. We will surely be back and let friends know what a wonderful time we had and how nice you all keep it. The dirt road and artision wells are beatiful. The dog-leese law should be better inforced. Had some running free and into different camps.
May 4 what about the kids by M&M
my family visited and i have small children, we would have liked to have had a picnic, but there wasnt a playground for them to swing or slide on. I think that at least a small one near the picnic area (not near the ponds) would be wonderful.


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Directions
General Directions: Seven miles east of Bishopville and one mile off I-20 (exit 123).

Driving Directions: Take I-20 to exit 123 (Lee State Park Rd). Go 1 mi. N. and turn left into the park entrance.

USA Parks
USA Parks
South Carolina
South Carolina
Pee Dee Region
Pee Dee Region
Lee State Park
Lee State Park