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South Carolina State Parks

Aiken State Park
Andrew Jackson State Park
Baker Creek State Park
Barnwell State Park
Caesars Head State Park
Calhoun Falls State Park
Charles Towne Landing State Park
Cheraw State Park
Chester State Park
Colleton State Park
Croft State Park
Devils Fork State Park
Dreher Island State Park
Edisto Beach State Park
Givhans Ferry State Park
Goodale State Park
Hamilton Branch State Park
Hampton Plantation State Historic Site
Harbison State Forest
Hickory Knob State Resort Park
Hunting Island State Park
Huntington Beach State Park
Jones Gap State Park
Keowee-Toxaway State Park
Kings Mountain State Park
Lake Greenwood State Park
Lake Hartwell State Park
Lake Warren State Park
Lake Wateree State Park
Landsford Canal State Park
Lee State Park
Little Pee Dee State Park
Lynches River County Park
Manchester State Forest
Myrtle Beach State Park
Oconee State Park
Oconee Station State Historic Site
Old Dorchester State Historic Site
Paris Mountain State Park
Poinsett State Park
Redcliffe State Historic Site
Rivers Bridge State Park
Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site
Sadlers Creek State Park
Sand Hills State Forest
Santee State Park
Sergeant Jasper State Park
Sesquicentennial State Park
Table Rock State Park
Woods Bay State Park

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Description - The South Carolina State Parks stretch from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic coast, offering a huge variety of sites. There are state parks along the beach, mountain parks, lake and river parks, Carolina Bays, marshes, historic canals, historic homes and plantations, and even a Civil War battle site.

Recreation - Many of the South Carolina State Parks offer camping, picnicking, fishing, hiking, and boating (often in small, electric or manually powered boats only). Some parks also offer cabin or apartment rentals, water skiing, swimming, beaches to relax on, surf fishing, visits to historic sites, interpretive sites and programs, golf, tennis, mountain biking, and horseback riding.

Climate - South Carolina has a mild climate that remains warm throughout the year. Humidity is a major factor in the summer months as the temperatures rise to 95 degrees F. July is the hottest time of the year, during which Columbia has an average temperature of 92 degrees. The coastal and mountain towns average slightly lower temperatures. During the winter months temperatures dip into the 40s, but rarely remain there for long. Average January temperatures throughout the state range from 50 to 60 degrees F. Snow rarely falls, and if it does it doesn't remain for long.

Location - The State Parks of South Carolina are located in various environments in all regions of the state.

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Contact Information:
South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, 1205 Pendleton Street, Suite 248 , Columbia, SC, 29201, Phone: 803-734-0122

Additional Information:
South Carolina - South Carolina terrain encompasses white sand beaches, barrier islands, hardwood forests, colonial plantations and moss-covered trees. Recreation enthusiasts will find plenty of opportunities in this state.

South Carolina Tourism - Official website of South Carolina Tourism


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