South Carolina National Parks Map

Map depicts the location of all famous national parks in South Carolina state of USA including Kings mountain military park and Congaree national park.
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List of National Parks in South Carolina

S. NoNameAreaEstablishedLocation
1Kings Mountain National Military Park3,945 acres (15.96 km2)Mar 3, 1931York / Cherokee counties, South Carolina
2Congaree National Park26,546 acres (41.478 sq mi; 10,743 ha; 107.43 km2), 26,021 acres (40.658 sq mi; 10,530 ha; 105.30 km2) federalNov 10, 2003Richland County, South Carolina, USA
3Wind Cave National Park33,847 acres (52.886 sq mi; 13,697 ha)Jan 9, 1903Custer County, South Dakota, USA
4Badlands National Park242,756 acres (379.306 sq mi; 98,240 ha)January 29, 1939 as a National Monument, November 10, 1978 as a National ParkJackson, Pennington, and Oglala Lakota counties, South Dakota, U.S.

South Carolina National Parks

The South Carolina National Parks Map shows the several national parks, historical sites and national monuments of the state.
Kings Mountain National Military Park, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail, Congaree National Park, Ninety Six National Historic Site, Cowpens National Battlefield, Fort Sumter National Monument and Fort Moultrie National Monument are some of the prominent national parks of the State of South Carolina.

The Congaree National Park offers the tourists with a wonderful opportunity to experience the natural splendor of the place. The museum is the special attraction of the Congaree National Park. The Kings Mountain National Military Park reminds one of the revolutionary war that took place on the 7th of October, 1780. The Ninety Six National Historic Site is another place of tourist attraction of South Carolina that bears testimony to the bloody revolutionary battles of America. Cowpens National Battlefield provides the tourists with a unique scope to enrich their historical knowledge from the various items on display in the Visitor Center.

The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail reflects the rich history of the state. Several cultural events of national importance are organized within the premises of the national park. The South Carolina State Map indicates the accurate location of the national parks.

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