About: Picnic facilities, a spacious lake for fishing and boating, and a community building are prominent features of Lake Warren State Park. Perhaps the most intriguing aren’t manmade, however.
The Hampton County park boasts a floodplain forest that supports four species of pines and other large tracts of wetlands and woodlands that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals including whitetail deer, raccoons, wild turkeys, migratory songbirds, armadillos and American alligators.
In addition to its 200-acre lake, Lake Warren also has a tiny pond, two nature trails, playground equipment and all the setting needed for an ideal day at the park in South Carolina’s beautiful Lowcountry woodlands.
Directions: From Hampton: Travel on Hwy 601 S. for 5 mi.. Turn rt onto Lake Warren Rd. Drive one mile, the park entrance is on the left.
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