Lee State Natural Area is situated on a hardwood floodplain of the Lynches River, a designated State Scenic River. The diverse habitats support a wide variety of animal life which can be observed by walking the nature trails, boardwalk, or by simply walking the loop road along the Lynches River.
Remnants of work done in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) are still present. Artesian wells can be seen near the millpond and are still pumping water like they did when they were first constructed.
Tent camping, RV camping, horse camping and youth group camping are all popular at Lee. All camping areas are well above the floodplain, situated in a typical Sand Hills setting.
Bicycle Riding, Bird Watching, Camping, Environmental Programs, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Interpretive Center, Jogging/Running, Photography, Picnicking, Seasonal Festivals, Water Access (Lynches River).
Each campsite has water and electrical hookups and is convenient to restrooms with hot showers. Some sites accommodate RVs up to 36 feet, others up to 30 feet. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table.
Other amenities include horse trails and show area, hiking trails, picnic shelters, and millponds.
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Reviews of Lee State Natural Area and Campground
Reviewed by SCgregg1 on December 21, 2009
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Meticulously well cared for State Natural Area. A mantelpiece of South Carolina State Park Service pride.
6 stars are not available to award here, but in this narrative, I award Lee State Natural Area, and it's staff, 6 stars anyway.
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