Lynches River Park

Located on Lynches River in the Pee Dee region, the 676-acre Lynches River Park park features a river swamp with towering cypress trees, sand hills, and a wide variety of vegetation. Popular activities at the park include canoeing, camping, nature trails, Splash Pad, picnicking, geocaching, and a visit to the Environmental Discovery Center.

contact info

Hrs: Tues.-Sat. 9AM-5PM, Sun. 1PM-5PM.

School

Younger groups can make up-close discoveries with seeds, adaptations, life cycles, and much more. They can plant their own seed to take home, make their own fossil, classify species, and even pretend to be birds with unique characteristics and adaptations. Older groups can examine trees, ecosystem factors and carrying capacity, fossils, and water quality. The park also offers exciting outdoor physical education programs, including a geography “wilderness survival” program, and archery.

supports classroom learning in:
Environmental Studies, Physical Education.

topics covered:
Animals, Plants, Classification, Birds, Ecology, Outdoor Survival, Geography.

contact info
Phone: 843-389-0550

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: All Grades Program Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 2-3 hours. Registration: Phone. Food Options: Bring your own, Picnic area available. Cost: Free Title I or Financial Support: No.

Living History Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Two hundred thousand Civil War soldiers were boys no older than 16, and an estimated 300 women were brave enough to disguise themselves as men and fight in the war. The average soldier weighed only 145 pounds due to poor diet, long marches, disease, and tough living, and earned between $13-$16 per month. Reading about these facts is interesting, but actually living them makes the information come alive. Living History Centers can allow students to experience how people lived during important historical eras, including enlisting as a soldier during the Civil War.

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Lynches River Park

Located on Lynches River in the Pee Dee region, the 676-acre Lynches River Park park features a river swamp with towering cypress trees, sand hills, and a wide variety of vegetation. Popular activities at the park include canoeing, camping, nature trails, Splash Pad, picnicking, geocaching, and a visit to the Environmental Discovery Center.

contact info

Hrs: Tues.-Sat. 9AM-5PM, Sun. 1PM-5PM.

Scouts

Younger groups can make up-close discoveries with seeds, adaptations, life cycles, and much more. They can plant their own seed to take home, make their own fossil, classify species, and even pretend to be birds with unique characteristics and adaptations. Older groups can examine trees, ecosystem factors and carrying capacity, fossils, and water quality. The park also offers exciting outdoor physical education programs, including a geography “wilderness survival” program, and archery.

supports scout badges in:
Environmental Science, Physical Education.

topics covered:
Animals, Plants, Classification, Birds, Ecology, Outdoor Survival, Geography.

contact info
Phone: 843-389-0550

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: All Grades Program Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 2-3 hours. Registration: Phone. Food Options: Bring your own, Picnic area available. Cost: Free Title I or Financial Support: No.

Living History Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Two hundred thousand Civil War soldiers were boys no older than 16, and an estimated 300 women were brave enough to disguise themselves as men and fight in the war. The average soldier weighed only 145 pounds due to poor diet, long marches, disease, and tough living, and earned between $13-$16 per month. Reading about these facts is interesting, but actually living them makes the information come alive. Living History Centers can allow students to experience how people lived during important historical eras, including enlisting as a soldier during the Civil War.

View Lesson Plan>>

Lynches River Park

Located on Lynches River in the Pee Dee region, the 676-acre Lynches River Park park features a river swamp with towering cypress trees, sand hills, and a wide variety of vegetation. Popular activities at the park include canoeing, camping, nature trails, Splash Pad, picnicking, geocaching, and a visit to the Environmental Discovery Center.

contact info

Hrs: Tues.-Sat. 9AM-5PM, Sun. 1PM-5PM.

Homeschool

Younger groups can make up-close discoveries with seeds, adaptations, life cycles, and much more. They can plant their own seed to take home, make their own fossil, classify species, and even pretend to be birds with unique characteristics and adaptations. Older groups can examine trees, ecosystem factors and carrying capacity, fossils, and water quality. The park also offers exciting outdoor physical education programs, including a geography “wilderness survival” program, and archery.

supports classroom learning in:
Environmental Studies, Physical Education.

topics covered:
Animals, Plants, Classification, Birds, Ecology, Outdoor Survival, Geography.

contact info
Phone: 843-389-0550

TRIP INFO

Grade Level: All Grades Program Type: Day Trips, Self-Guided Tours, Guided Tours, Self-Guided Activities, Guided Activities. Recomm. Length of Visit: 2-3 hours. Registration: Phone. Food Options: Bring your own, Picnic area available. Cost: Free Title I or Financial Support: No.

Living History Lesson Plan

FUN FACTS

Two hundred thousand Civil War soldiers were boys no older than 16, and an estimated 300 women were brave enough to disguise themselves as men and fight in the war. The average soldier weighed only 145 pounds due to poor diet, long marches, disease, and tough living, and earned between $13-$16 per month. Reading about these facts is interesting, but actually living them makes the information come alive. Living History Centers can allow students to experience how people lived during important historical eras, including enlisting as a soldier during the Civil War.

View Lesson Plan>>

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