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Message from the Director - Is that bacon cooking?
Phil has always had a passion for the distinct and inviting smells he comes across in a South Carolina State Park. And this time of year he finds the aroma that emanates from a campground grill to be particularly enticing. Click here for his story.

Park Service Profile - Bradley Robinson
Bradley Robinson loves the great outdoors and knew early on he had a passion for the park ranger way of life. Today he’s the senior ranger at Calhoun Falls on Lake Russell and loving every minute of it. Click here to read his story.

Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival
Lose yourself in the work of over 100 artisans at the 36th annual Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival, Sept. 23-25 in Huntington Beach State Park near Murrells Inlet. See works in pottery, wood, glass and more while enjoying delicious food as local musicians perform. To learn more, click here.

It a Campground Cookoff!
Don’t miss the 4th Annual South Carolina Campground Cookoff at Calhoun Falls State Park Sept. 16-18. There is an art to cooking over charcoal or wood and these grill masters are quite the virtuosos. Let their delicious works of art provide inspiration for your next cookout. Click here to learn more.

Calhoun Falls State Park – Top 5 things you must do!
Calhoun Falls State Park sits on the shores of picturesque Lake Russell. While the park provides a whole host of exciting activities, avid anglers are drawn to it for its renowned fishing. To learn more about Calhoun Falls click here for its top 5 things to do.

Soar with the Hawks.
Watch in awe as thousands of hawks prepare to make their annual migration south. The 3,200 ft. perch atop Caesars Head is the perfect vantage point to witness this truly amazing natural event. Click here to learn more.

Links on the Lake Golf Package.
Hickory Knob State Park offers an exciting 3-day, 2-night golf getaway. Play a different course each day on the pristine shores of Lake Thurmond. Click here to learn more.

The Artist-in-Residence program encourages artists to pull inspiration from the South Carolina State Park natural and cultural resources. To learn more about this excellent opportunity, click here.

Archaeology eNewsletter.
Join the South Carolina State Parks Archaeology enewsletter, the Arch News, and keep up on exciting news in the world of Archaeology, both here and abroad. Click here to learn more.
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