Lee State Natural Area

Quick Facts

Lee State Natural Area

South Carolina

(803) 428-5307

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Things To Do

Overview

Lee State Natural Area is famous for being one of 16 state parks in South Carolina built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression during the 1930's. Located now just off Interstate 20, this is an easily accessible park. Guests can camp, fish, ride horses, hike and explore the scenery along the park's gorgeous nature trails. The Lee State Natural Area's 2839 acres also contain artesian springs, a millpond and sandhills that are something else to behold in this natural area. Wildlife such as deer, raccoons and red foxes have also come to make this place their permanent home. Also, for those wishing to learn more about the area, the park also offers guests the chance to visit its environmental education center, which has exhibits on the natural setting in Lee County. The center boasts a library and historical documents such as newspapers from the park's construction during the Great Depression. Make this place your next destination!

Map of Lee State Natural Area (SC)

Latitude, Longitude: 34.201297, -80.187836

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Activities

  • Boating

    Please call the primary number for more information.

  • Camping

    Tent and RV camping available. Note: Camping reservations must be made for at least 2 nights. You must make a reservation request directly through the park if you request less than 1 day before check-in.

  • Fishing

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  • Hiking

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  • Horseback Riding

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  • Picnicking

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  • RVing

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Seasonality/Weather

Office Hours: 11am-noon; Days and Hours of Operation: M-Su 8am-5pm (extended to 9pm during Daylight Savings Time)

Directions

Driving

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

Phone Numbers

Primary

(803) 428-5307

Campground reservations

(866) 345-7275

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