Horne Wetlands Park

250 Riverside DR

Orangeburg, SC 29115

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Phone: (803) 533-6020

City: Orangeburg

Region: Midlands

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Horne Wetlands Park

The Horne Wetlands Park takes visitors over a 2,700-foot boardwalk for a closeup look at the plants and wildlife found in the wetlands of this area.

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