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South Carolina's Olde English Region Parks


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dam
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State Forests
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State Fish Hatchery
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National Wildlife Refuge
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State Parks
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reservoirs

Parks in this region are near these South Carolina Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
ROCK HILL
LANCASTER
CLOVER
YORK
FORT MILL
CAMDEN
ELGIN
CHESTER
UNION
LUGOFF

Andrew Jackson State Park
This 360-acre park was established to honor the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson. The museum tells the story of Jackson's boyhood experiences during the Revolutionary War and highlights life in the South Carolina backcountry from Andrew Jackson's birth in 1767 until he left South ........more >
Andrew Jackson State Park Lake
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Camden State Park Lake
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Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge
Carolina Sandhills NWR was established in 1939 as a federal refuge for indigenous wildlife and game management demonstration project. The South Carolina State Commission of Forestry also conducted timber production and harvesting as long as these activities conformed to good game management and forestry ........more >
Cheraw State Park
Cheraw State Park uniquely combines outstanding recreational opportunities equestrian trails, hiking and biking trails, rustic cabins with full amenities, group camps and family campsites near Lake Juniper from which you can enjoy boating, sailing and fishing. Cheraw also provides a championship ........more >
Cheraw State Park Two Dam D-3224
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Chester State Park
Chester State Park rests in the quiet hills of the South Carolina Piedmont and for generations has offered retreat and recreation to the surrounding communities. The parks 523 acres include a 160-acre lake, itself surrounded by a two-mile nature trail through the pine forest. Jon boat rentals are ........more >
Chester State Park Lake
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Kings Mountain State Park
Kings Mountain State Park rests in a picturesque setting adjacent to Kings Mountain National Military Park, a prominent Revolutionary War battle site. This traditional state park, which encompasses 6,883-acres, offers outdoor recreation activities such as hiking trails, picnicking, fishing from a rental ........more >
Lake Wateree State Park
Lake Wateree is one of South Carolinas premier fishing and boating destinations, and Lake Wateree State Recreation Area provides ideal access to the 21-mile long, 13,700-acre reservoir. The parks serene setting on the lakes Desportes Island just off U.S. 21 near Interstate 77 in the northern Midlands/Lower ........more >
Landsford Canal State Park
Landsford Canal, the best preserved of numerous 19th-century South Carolina river canals, retains remnants of all its major structural features. It is the uppermost of four canals constructed on the Catawba-Wateree river system from 1820-1835. During this period, boats used the canals to bypass rapids ........more >
N R Goodale State Park
This 763-acre day-use park is a popular get-away for area residents. The park lake, formally a mill pond that dates back to the Civil War days, features cypress trees, numerous species of birds and a variety of wildlife and plant life. This regional state park offers seasonal boating, fishing, picnicking ........more >
Rose Hill State Park
Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site offers a look at antebellum South Carolina in a serene, rural setting. Its also the historic home of South Carolinas Secession Governor, William H. Gist. Rose Hills restored mansion and period furnishings, beautiful gardens, historic trees and nature trail ........more >
Sand Hills State Forest
Since its aquisition, Sand Hills has been used as a demonstration area for forest management. During the early years, the objective was to restore the land, to allow it to heal from erosion and misuse, and to protect it from the wildfires that burned annually. Beginning in the early 1960's, with ........more >
Sandhills State Forest
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Springs-Stevens State Fish Hatchery
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