Lee State Park
**Our Ultimate Outsider stamp is located at the orientation kiosk in the day use area. We also have a stamp located in the exhibit room and gift shop.
One of several CCC parks in the state, Lee State Park was built in 1935 by the CCC in order to provide riverside recreational opportunities for the residents of Lee County, South Carolina.
Along the Lynches River, which runs through Lee County, South Carolina and is partially protected from development by the state of South Carolina, kayaking and canoeing trips can be taken through the park’s hardwood forest floodplain. Fishing may also be enjoyed from along the banks of the river and children can fish for catfish in the park’s artesian pond.
The park’s rich diversity of natural habitats and wildlife make it an ideal setting for nature walks and the interpretive, educational programs hosted on site. Equestrian facilities are also available. Lee State Park is one of the shrinking number of CCC parks with surviving structures that display the classic Conservation Corps architecture.
Find more South Carolina freshwater fishing at Lake Warren State Park or take a kayak adventure down the Edisto River canoe and kayak trail at Colleton State Park!
BY THE NUMBERS
of 16 SC State Parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps
acres, made up mostly of bottomland hardwood forest wetlands
artesian wells that flow 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
picnic shelters available for rent for group gatherings
bird species that have been surveyed on the park
Education Center that includes and exhibit hall and a wet lab
campsites for equestrian camping
miles of equestrian trails
mile of easy hiking trails