Lee State Park
|Lee State Park|
|Nearest city||Bishopville, SC|
|Area||2,839 acres (11 km2)|
|Camp sites||tent and RV sites, primitive group camping area, equestrian camping|
|Hiking trails||.5 mile long Sandhills and Artesian Trails|
The park was one of 16 in South Carolina developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It sits on land donated by Lee County. Many of the original buildings are still in use at the park.
Activities and Amenities
Activities available at the park include picnicking, biking, fishing, bird watching, geocaching and camping. Children under the age of 14 can fish for catfish from the Artesian Lake. Two half-mile trails are available for hiking.
The park has a number of equestrian facilities including equestrian camping areas, a show ring, stables, and an equestrian group area. There are seven miles of equestrian trails and equestrians are also allowed to ride on the Loop Road which is open to vehicle traffic.