Lynches River County ParkIMPORTANT UPDATE:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lynches River County Park asks that visitors follow Centers for Disease Control guidelines and the mandate from S.C. Governor McMaster that no more than two hundred and fifty (250) people may gather for events or other purposes.
All public access to Florence County buildings is restricted; however, our trails, playground and Splash Pad are open to the public. Additionally, our campground and cabins are available for rentals (call for availability). The Canopy Walk at the Environmental Discovery Center will also remain open during EDC regular business hours (staff availability dependent). The Canopy Walk is accessible under, and to the rear of the Environmental Discovery Center.
For the convenience of our visitors, the public restrooms located at the front of the park will be open during park hours.
For questions or concerns, please call (843) 389-0550.
Located on Lynches River in the Pee Dee region, this 676-acre park features a river swamp with towering cypress trees, as well as sand hills, offering a wide variety of vegetation.
Popular activities at the park include canoeing, camping, nature trails, Splash Pad, picnicking, geocaching, and a visit to the Environmental Discovery Center. Our 11,000 square foot community building can accommodate groups of up to 400 people.
9:00am to Sunset (year round)
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Environmental Discovery Center/Canopy Walk Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Sunday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
The following rules and regulations are provided to ensure that your visit is pleasant and enjoyable. These policies are maintained in consideration of our guests and to protect the resources within Lynches River County Park. Please be sure that all members of your party are aware of these conditions prior to arrival. While this abridged listing does not include all regulations pertaining to activities in Lynches River County Park, it does address some of the more common questions and concerns.
Unlawful acts in county parks include (but are not limited to) the following:
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