Visit SC State Parks this Earth Day: get out and enjoy the beautiful state we live in

A great way to see and appreciate South Carolina is to visit its State Parks. More than 90,000 acres of protected lands stretch from the mountains to the sea in our great state. South Carolina State Parks include natural, cultural, and recreational destinations.

SC State parks encompass everything from cascading waterfalls, blackwater rivers, and miles of shoreline, to a zoo located in the Charles Towne Landing historic site, and a castle on the beach at Huntington State Park.   

SC State parks also offer educational programs for children and adults, camping locations some include cabin and villa lodging, local events and festivals across the state, and even venues for special celebrations.  

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Events at SC State Parks for Earth Day

Check out these events from South Carolina State Parks happening in honor of Earth Day

Sesquicentennial State Park: Kid-friendly 2-mile Hike

Join SC State Parks, Friday, April 21, from 6-8 p.m. at Sesquicentennial State Park, 9564 Two Notch Rd, Columbia, to celebrate Earth Day on a kid-friendly 2-mile hike! Learn more about how we can help take care of our planet. 🌎 Hike designed for ages 6 & up. Adults must accompany children. Free with park admission, but space is limited! Register here:

Keowee-Toxaway State Park: Zipline discount

April 21, 22 and 23 — only — Save $14 per person at Upstate Zipline at Keowee-Toxaway State Park, 108 Residence Dr, Sunset, SC (Lake Keowee)! Zip through the air from tree to tree on 10 different ziplines. Book using code EARTH23 to receive discount:

Paris Mountain State Park: Nature Walk

Go on a Earth Day Nature Walk with Ranger Cathy at Paris Mountain State Park, 2401 State Park Rd, Greenville! Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. $5/person, plus park admission. SPACE IS LIMITED! Book your spot, here:

Redcliffe Plantation: Hike

Join SC State Parks at 9 a.m. on Sat, April 22 for an 🌎 Earth Day, ranger-guided hike at Redcliffe Plantation! Learn about history & plants! $5/person. Register, here:

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