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The two RV Gypsies at
Lynches River County Park
5094 Park Road
Coward, SC 29530 (Florence County)
phone - '843.389.0550
February 24, 2021

USA map showing location of SCSC map showing location of  Florence CountySC map showing location of Coward SC

Florence County was formed from main sections of Darlington and Marion Counties plus other townships from Williamsburg and Clarendon Counties, starting in 1888. The last section of Williamsburg County was not added until 1921. Florence County was named for the daughter of General W. W. Harlee.

City of Florence SC water tower

Lynches River County Park is a beautifully untamed piece of South Carolina waterway with rivers for canoeing, nature trails, geocaches hidden throughout the grounds and ample space for picnicking. For larger events, a community building can host groups ranging from 20 to 400. The two RV Gypsies came here because they wanted to do the canopy-tree-tops walk.

Lynches River County Park sign Lynches River County Park sign

Located on Lynches River in the Pee Dee region, this 676-acre park features a river swamp with towering cypress trees, as well as sand hills, offering a wide variety of vegetation, and a visit to the Environmental Discovery Center.

Park Hours: 9:00am to Sunset (year around) Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

Riverwalk Nature Trail sign moss covered tree

Unfortunately, the Riverwalk trail was closed on this date because it rained so hard four days ago and everything was flooded.

Riverwalk closed sign Riverwalk Boardwalk is flooded
panoramna of the flooded Riverwalk
Water Trail sign Water Trail sign
panoramna of the flooded Riverwalk
Karen Duquette at the Riverwalk trail
nice reflections in the brown waters nice reflections in the brown waters

Below: Notice how the bent tree limb and the reflection in the water formed an amazing circle design.

amazing circle reflection amazing circle reflection
Lee Duquette moss covered tree limb

Below: Both sides of this knot tying display board explained different types of knots and provided ropes so people can learn to tie knots.

knot tying board knot tying board
moss covered tree limbs moss covered tree limb
road to the parking lot moss covered tree limb

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go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies Continue on page 2 - the the tree-top Canopy Walk (located in the same park)