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Let's all go to the zoo! We will camp at Holly Bluff Family Campground from Friday, October 18 through Sunday, October 20 and will go to the Asheboro Zoo on Saturday. There are currently only 6 sites available, so sign up quickly. The zoo is a 15 mile drive from the campground. The number for the campground is[masked]. See you there!
THERE ARE ONLY A FEW SITES STILL AVAILABLE FOR THIS DATE. Cheraw State Park takes traditional recreational park activities to a new level of fun. The 18-hole, championship Cheraw State Park Golf Course winds its way through piney woodlands while maintaining and protecting the surrounding natural habitat of the park. Cypress wetlands line Lake Juniper and can be explored by kayaks and canoes or via a boardwalk that runs along the lake. Try fishing from the boardwalk or by boat, or take time to explore other areas of Cheraw on the park’s extensive biking, hiking and equestrian trail system. For overnight accommodations at Cheraw, cabins and campsites are available. BY THE NUMBERS 1 of 16 SC State Parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps 18 holes of awesome golf on a Tom Jackson-designed championship golf course 9 cabins that make the perfect pad for a group golf outing 17 campsites near the shore of Lake Juniper 2 boat-in camping area that you can only access by you guessed it -- boat 1rental community building that screams family reunions and covered dish 2 nice picnic shelters for your perfect picnic 1 endangered species of woodpecker that calls this park home - the red-cockaded woodpecker 360 acre Lake Juniper that offers canoeing, kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboard, and fishing 7361 acres of parkland - much of which is covered in tall pines
Andrew Jackson State Park combines history, art and community activities into a setting that has made it one of the state’s most popular parks. Favorite features include living history programs, a museum and interactive exhibits that chronicle Jackson’s boyhood in the South Carolina backcountry. There’s even a birthday celebration every March in honor of America’s seventh president. Among the park highlights are a striking statue of the “Boy of the Waxhaws” sculpted by Anna Hyatt Huntington, an 18th-century replica schoolhouse and more. Other park attractions include an 18th-century replica schoolhouse, campground and picnic facilities, fishing lake and nature trails. BY THE NUMBERS 1 presidential homeplace of the 7th President of the United States of America 1 birthday celebration that takes place each March in honor of Andrew Jackson 1 cool musem with Revolutionary War artifacts and artifacts from the life of Andrew Jackson 1 Anna Hyatt Huntington statue located on-site named The Boy of the Waxhaws 18 acre park lake for boating and fishing 2 one-mile loop trails for walking and hiking 25 campsites 2 picnic shelters 1 Meeting House for group gatherings 1 Amphitheater for community events
Memorial day camp out and kayaking. We will arrive Thursday afternoon and leave Monday. Looking forward to having a big group and cookout. We will be in spot 12 and will have a group dinner there. If you have never been there it is a beautiful campground on a 160 acre lake. They have made several upgrades since my last trip there. There is a very nice public fire pit with chairs and swinging chairs and a nice pier to fish from.