Where is Congaree National Park?
Welcome to the home of Champion trees-some of the highest trees in eastern North America. Here, visitors can paddle on the Cedar Creek Canoe Trail to explore 15 miles of the Wilderness of the Park; hike Kingsnake Trail (one of 10 Hiking trails) for excellent bird watching; or Overnight in the Longleaf Campground or Bluff Campground.
Adventurous visitors who do it without regular camping equipment can go beyond the above-mentioned campsites to explore the Hinterland of South Carolina. The Congaree National Park is as old as its trees and is home to many people, before it became a Park. Indians, Spanish explorers, patriots from the war of independence, escaped slaves, woodcutters, and others left their mark on the historic site.
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