Congaree National Park, Hopkins

4.5
Astonishing biodiversity exists in Congaree National Park, the largest intact expanse of old growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the southeastern United States. Waters from the Congaree and Wateree Rivers sweep through the floodplain, carrying nutrients and sediments that nourish and rejuvenate this ecosystem and support the growth of national and state champion trees.

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Congaree National Park Reviews
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4.7
TripAdvisor
  • Stayed here in mid-October and it was breath-taking. The old-growth forests were like nothing I had seen before, and the bird activity was great. The visitor center was okay, but I wasn't there for th...  more »
  • A unique site at Congaree Swamp. The 26,000 plus acres on the Cogaree and Wateree Rivers provide visitors a multitude of recreational opportunities not to be missed.  more »
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  • An amazing national park that is not talked about. It is free. It is so unique because if miles of boardwalk. The whole park submerges under water during the winter time and it lush and lively during summer. The trails have mosquitoes but boardwalk is good. if you can bring your kayak, I believe it is a whole new experience that we were not able to enjoy
  • This national park was very nice! While it is a flat, board walk type hike there was still so much to see. Lots of wild life to see, especially if you look close enough! There was a lot to learn about the trees and the visitor's center had a video to watch before hand that was very helpful and informative. Really recommend visiting this park!

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