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: Fishing for sunfish, redbreast, catfish and bass may be enjoyed from the banks of the Lynches River. The Artesian Lake, which has been stocked with catfish, is also available for fishing, however no fishing is permitted in the swimming area. A valid South Carolina fishing license is required at all times to fish in the park. A South Carolina Fishing license and fishing rules and regulations can be found online.
Boating and Boat Access
: Although river access is limited at the park, several boat ramps are located nearby. The closest one to the park is located four miles north on the Lynches River at the US Hwy. 15 bridge.
OTHER AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES
Park Store/Gift Shop
: Lee sells a limited number of items such as firewood and park tshirts. See a Lee State Park ranger for more information.
: The swimming area at Lee is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The area is swim at your own risk and there is no lifeguard on duty.
: 119 bird species have been surveyed at Lee State Park. The best places to bird watch are from the wetland boardwalk and around the fish rearing ponds in the day use area and along the Loop Road.
: Geocaching is permitted. Several geocaches are located on the park. For more information visit the official geocaching website.
: Twenty-three sites with water and electricity are designated for equestrian campers. In addition, a primitive equestrian camping area is located near the stable.
: The equestrian group area, located adjacent to the show ring and stables, is available for horse clubs and other equestrian groups.
This area may be rented for $300/night and includes the show ring, stables and an open space which can accommodate up to 50 horse trailers.
When this area is not reserved, stalls are available near the show ring for $7.50/night.
: Lee offers seven-miles of equestrain trails. Equestrians are also allowed to ride on the Loop Road which is open to vehicular traffic.
: The Sandhills and the Artesian Trails are easy half-mile trails.
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