This Short Hike In South Carolina Leads To Volcanic Rocks, Fascinating Relics From Ancient Volcano Eruptions

History and nature merge at an underrated National Military Park in South Carolina that marks the site of a major victory for the Patriots against the Loyalists in the American Revolution. While a visit here is a must for history lovers, those who love nature and are particularly intrigued by volcanoes may find a feature that’s hidden in plain sight in this park positively fascinating.

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If you’re a volcano or even a geology nerd, you can read all about the geology of this national park in this 42 page geology report from the National Park Service.

Want to visit other underappreciated spots in the Palmetto State? Here are 17 Little Known Places In South Carolina Only The Locals Know About.

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