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Lee State Park lies in northeastern South Carolina, between the towns and cities of Florence, Sumter, and Columbia. The state park lies along the Lynches River and is a picturesque picture of South Carolina countryside. Under state law, construction and development around the state park are restricted, preserving Lee State Park in all its idyllic charm. Visitors come from miles around to fish from the banks of the river, hike around the many trails, and marvel at the diversity of natural habitats and wildlife within Lee State Park. All this and more makes Lee State Park the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV is made a lot easier with Interstate 20 running along its southern borders.

Rent a camper near Lee State Park and enjoy the simple pleasures of wetlands exploration and riverside relaxation. Search for an RV in Lee County to see what Lee State Park and the surrounding area has to offer.

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Getting Outdoors

Many of Lee State Park’s visitors come to the park to get the perfect fishing spot from the banks of the Lynches River. This river winds through the county and the park, creating one of the most scenic fishing locations possible. The river is home to a range of fish species and offers Lee State Park campers endless angling fun. Fishermen and women can try their hands at catching largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, black bass, sunfish, catfish, and various trout. The youngsters who wish to give fishing a try can also fish for catfish in the park’s Artesian Lake; this is only for fourteen-year-olds and under.

Along with the great fishing, Lee State Park is a great place to get out onto the RIver Lynches. The river has several boat launching ramps dotted along its banks, making accessing the water a simple task. Canoeing and kayaking is the Lee State Park’s claim to fame, with the park offering kayak and canoe adventures down the hardwood forest floodplains. Those motorhome camping without their own boats need not worry, Lee State Park rents out kayaks and canoes for a reasonable price.

Lee State Park is not only a haven for water-based recreation but an Eden for both hiking and equestrian trails. The state park is home to a network of hiking trails, each of which offers fantastic views of the park’s diverse wildlife habitats. The ‘Floodplain Trail’ is a one-mile loop, taking hikers across footbridges and two artesian springs. This trail is ideal for catching sight of Lee State Parks turtles, snakes, and other wildlife. The ‘Sandhills Trail’ is a little easier, consisting of only half a mile. This trail will take campers through the lush woodlands of oak and pine.

Camping at Lee State Park

Those camping with an RV at Lee State Park will find comfortable accommodating campsites. Campgrounds come with full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Many of the sites accommodate RVs up to 36 feet, others up to 30 feet. Facilities here include a dump station, shower block, flushing toilets, horse corral, and picnic tables. Pets are welcome in outdoor areas but must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet.

An alternative to camping in the state park is camping at a local RV park, of which there are many. Columbia Camden RV Park is just west of Lee State Park and is ideal for RV camping. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups are provided. Facilities include a dump station, laundry service, and many pull-thru sites.

Exploring the Area

The nearby city and South Carolina capital of Columbia is a perfect destination to explore one you have exhausted the park’s recreation. The city is full of must-see sights and day trips, perfect for the whole family. Be sure not to pass up an opportunity to visit Colombia’s ‘Riverbanks Zoo and Garden.’ This zoo is the perfect family fun day out and is sure to keep the little ones entertained. Covering 170 acres, the zoo is home to two thousand animals, encompassing a verity of species. The birdhouse is a particularly celebrated and nationally renowned exhibit.

For those with an interest in history, art, science & technology, a visit to the ‘South Carolina State Museum’ is not to be missed. The museum is home to a plethora of exhibits showcasing many subjects over many floors. Visitors can take a guided tour of the vibrant museum, taking in a myriad of information that is both educational yet entertaining. Family with young children will also benefit from a visit here, as the museum is home to ‘storyteller,’ sitting children down an teaching them through the art of storytelling.

When campers truly wish to provide an immersive yet entertaining experience for their children, a visit to Columbia’s ‘EdVenture Children’s Museum’ is a must. EdVenture is considered the largest children’s museum in all of the southeast United States. Offering a vast amount of children’s exhibits, the museum strives to teach the children about a range of subjects through the art of ‘learn through play.’

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