Lynches River County Park

5094 County Park RD

Coward, SC 29530

Phone: (843) 389-0550

City: Coward

Region: Midlands

Lynches River County Park

This popular park on the Lynches Scenic River features a variety of habitats and vegetation including a river swamp with towering cypress trees as well as sandhills. Activities include canoe and kayak rentals, nature trails, geocaching and picnicking and river fishing. Be sure to visit the Environmental Discovery Center, a hands-on nature center which features live animals common to South Carolina as well as a tree top canopy walk, Junior Ranger program, standards-based environmental education programming as well as public programs and events. An 11,000-square-foot community building can accommodate groups up to 400 people. Overnight accommodations include cabin rentals, RV and tent camping (no dump station) with access to restrooms and showers. Other amenities include the Splash Pad, archery range, handicap-accessible canoe/kayak launch as well a river boardwalk and historic Stagecoach trail.

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