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DISCOVER YOUR FREEDOM IN SOUTH CAROLINA

Walk out your back door and EXPLORE THE SANDHILLS!

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Gold Mine Ridge is located on Sugarloaf Mountain in South Carolina. Sugarloaf Mountain is an unusual geological phenomenon that towers above the surrounding terrain. There is beautiful mountain laurel and diminutive pixie moss, which is very unusual for this area.

There are peaceful, shady, and rustic stone timber picnic shelters around the fishing lakes, just off the trails. Primitive camping, bird watching, nature study, horseback riding, and fishing along with the unique geological formation and natural beauty make Sugarloaf Mountain one of the most popular recreation areas in the Sandhills region.

ENJOY THE SURROUNDING AREA

If you are looking for freedom, you found the right place. The Sandhill Region of South Carolina is not only a place with mind-blowing geological phenomena, but also a prime location that offers everything that an outdoor enthusiast dreams of. In this beautiful region, you can even view exquisite wildlife from your land at the South Carolina Sand Hills National Wildlife Refuge. You can admire red-cockaded woodpeckers, a variety of magnificent butterflies, dragonflies, and even see an Eastern Fox Squirrel.

 

Sand Hills State Forest consists of 46,000 acres located between the piedmont and the coastal plain. The sand deposits in the forest area are from a prehistoric sea. Within the forest, you will find Sugar Loaf Mountain, or “The Mountain,” as called by the locals. “The Mountain” is a geological phenomenon that towers above the surrounding terrain. There are 60 miles of hiking, nature, and horseback riding trails with plenty of areas for birding. There are many quiet, shady, secluded, rustic stone, and timber picnic shelters. In addition, there are 13 stocked fishing ponds and plenty of camping areas available. The Sand Hills State Forest with Sugar Loaf Mountain is one of the most popular recreation areas in the sand hills region.

 

The H. Cooper Black Recantation Memorial Field Trail and Recreation Area is a 7,000 acre park that hosts national-level field trail and retriever competitions. The park is the most equestrian-friendly place in South Carolina. There are several equestrian facilities, stables, kennels, corrals, and arenas available. Also, 27 camping sites, complete with water and electrical hookups for an RV are present. Additionally, primitive camping is available.

 

Cheraw State Park is the home to an 18-hole Championship Cheraw State Park Golf Course. This park is perfect for the whole family. You can golf, explore the Cypress wetlands by kayak or canoe on Lake Juniper. Go fishing from the boardwalk and explore the park’s extensive biking and hiking trails. Cabins and campsites are available.

 

The McBee Wildlife Management Area has many recreational opportunities including, wildlife viewing, quail hunting, and bird watching. The 1,270 acres are composed of beautiful aged hardwoods, longleaf, and loblolly pines. There are over 300 acres of farm fields with planted wildlife food plants.

 

Lake H B Robinson is a magnificent 2,250-acre recreational lake. There are public boat ramps and fishing piers. If you have an RV, then bring it down to the lake! There are several campgrounds with RV and tent
camping available.

** Do not confuse this lake with Lake John Robinson located in Greer, SC. **

 

Lawton Park on Lake Prestwood Shoreline consists of 3.5 acres with tennis courts, a boardwalk, a pier, picnic shelters, a playground, and restrooms. The historic Lawton Park Pavilion is often rented for weddings, meetings, and other events. The Colonial Revival structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The facility features a caterer’s kitchen, restroom, and a balcony overlooking the lake.

 

Hartsville, South Carolina is one of the smallest cities in America to be the headquarters of a Fortune 500 company. The city has been chosen as an All-American City twice. Hartsville enjoys a mild climate year-round. The small city experiences 213 sunny days, on average, per year. It is the home of Coker University and the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics. The city offers many restaurants, parks, 8 golf courses within 20 miles, and its own water park (Neptune Island).

 

Darlington, South Carolina is home to stock car and truck races at the raceway. The raceway was the first fully paved track in 1950. Many exciting racing events are held hear throughout the year. In addition, As a gateway to the South Carolina beaches, Darlington is home to many tasty restaurants and historical places.

 

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is home to many golf courses, the wonderful restaurants, hotels, resorts, and miles of breathtaking beaches. The nightlife is incredible. If you are looking for live music or a romantic dinner, you will find it here. Myrtle Beach is perfect for all ages. There are numerous attractions for kids, ranging form roller coasters to water parks and plenty of mini-golf. The beaches in this area are part of The Grand Stand in the Atlantic Ocean. The Grand Stand extends more than 60 miles from Little River, South Carolina to Winyah Bay, South Carolina.

 

Haile Gold Mine spans across 4,500 acres in Kershaw, South Carolina. This mine has invested $660 million into Kershaw and produces 150,000 ounces of gold annually. They employ approximately 400 workers, 89% of which are hired locally. Mining for gold takes 20-25 years and has the potential to produce $5.7 billion in pure gold.

 

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Direct forest access
Huge mountain view
Creek front
Private trail access

Stock Car Racing, Golfing, Hunting, ATV Rentals, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Camping, Family Water Park, Motor Cross-Training, and so much more! All with sand from the beach and the feel of the mountains! Truly a unique area.