Visit the Congaree National Park, world renown natural wonder, rich in history and biodiversity the entire family can enjoy year around for FREE! Half an hour drive from Columbia, the swamp park is the world’s tallest deciduous forest and the country’s largest and few remaining old-growth floodplain forests. It features splendid cathedral like canopies, an amazing wildlife and miles of hiking, canoeing, camping and fishing along the mysterious Congaree river.
Well that’s a family friendly travel destination worth shouting about!
Read more about it on my previous Congaree National Park family visit post.
Happy outdoor family vacationing in beautiful South Carolina!
Filed under: Columbia, Congaree National Park, Free Things to Do, Videos and Photos | Tagged: Carolina wild outdoor adventures and animal encounters, Columbia free things to do, Congaree fishing, Congaree kayaking, Congaree National Park, Congaree National Park photos, Congaree Swamp, Congaree walking and hiking, fun kids activities around Columbia, what to do and see around the SC capital, where to take the children this weekend in Columbia |