Little River Blueway Outdoor Adventure Area

810 Buncome ST

Edgefield, SC 29824

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Phone: (864) 378-5816

City: Edgefield

Region: Midlands

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Little River Blueway Outdoor Adventure Area

The Little River Blueway Outdoor Recreation Area is located within the Sumter National Forest at the convergence of Little River and Lake Thurmond in Northern McCormick County on the SC/GA border. The area offers 51 miles of scenic paddling trails, plenty of hiking and biking trails, access to historical sites and everything else an outdoor lover could hope to find in a national forest. Outdoor Adventures Start Here!

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