One Of The South Carolina’s Most Remote Parks, Devil’s Fork State Park Features Waterfalls That Are Only Accessible By Boat
When most people think of South Carolina they picture sandy beaches and palmettos. Yet, in the heart of South Carolina lies a gorgeous state park full of mountain views, crystal clear lake waters, and majestic waterfalls. The remote Devil’s Fork State Park has hidden treasures that visitors can only access by boat. Once you visit Devil’s Fork, you’ll forget all about about the coastal towns and ocean views.
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Admission into the park is $8 for adults, $5 for seniors who are also residents of South Carolina, and $6 for children aged 6 to 15. Admission for children aged 5 or younger is free. The park office is open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily. For up-to-date camping rates and reservations, visit the South Carolina State Park website.
Have you been to Devil’s Fork State Park? Did you stay at the remote campground that you can only access by boat? Did you visit the remote waterfalls? Tell us all about it in the comments below.
Liz is a Missouri native with a B.A. in English from Mizzou and a M.A. in Non-Profit Administration from Lindenwood University. She works for a STL metro-area community college and enjoys writing, traveling, and indoor cycling. Her true passion is forcing her encyclopedic knowledge of Missouri facts on uninterested strangers from across the globe!
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