Lee State Park is one of the state natural areas in South Carolina. It was built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Several structures still remain until this day. The rock wall at the front entrance and the artesian wells were all built by the CCC. The artesian well still provides drinking water.
The park is located at the head of Lynches River Scenic River segment. It's about a 56-mile stretch of river with very undeveloped forestry. Lynches River is also known for redbreast fishing.
The park is one of the few state parks that has accommodations for equestrian usage which includes a show ring for horse shows.
Lee State Park is a part of the hands-on program, Discover Carolina for South Carolina school children.