Parks & Gardens

Dennis High Memorial Park

  • 410 W Cedar Ln, Bishopville, SC 29010

Onsite Services

  • Outdoor seating

Old Grammar School Park

  • 16-198 Ridge Street, Bishopville, SC 29010

Onsite Services

  • Playground

Flag Park

  • Corner of Main St. and W. Cedar Lane, Bishopville, SC

The park showcases a collection of eleven flags, comprising six in honor of our esteemed men and women in uniform, four representing various governments, and the POW/MIA flag. Additionally, the statues within the park serve as a tribute to Felix "Doc" Blanchard, the sole Heisman Trophy recipient from South Carolina.

Lee State Park

  • 487 Loop Rd, Bishopville, SC 29010

Lee State Park, one of several Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) parks in the state, was established in 1935 with the primary objective of offering riverside recreational opportunities to the residents of Lee County, South Carolina. Situated along the Lynches River, which is partially safeguarded from development by the state of South Carolina, the park boasts a picturesque hardwood forest floodplain that provides an ideal venue for kayaking and canoeing excursions. Additionally, fishing enthusiasts can indulge in the abundance of catfish along the riverbanks, while children have the opportunity to catch fish in the park's artesian pond.

With its diverse array of natural habitats and wildlife, Lee State Park serves as an excellent setting for engaging nature walks and educational programs. The park also features convenient equestrian facilities. Lee State Park stands as one of the few remaining CCC parks that proudly exhibit the classic Conservation Corps architectural style.

Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden

  • 145 Broad Acres Rd, Bishopville, SC 29010

The Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden, located in Bishopville, South Carolina, is a meticulously crafted three-acre garden that serves a distinct purpose. Its creation encompasses the intertwining elements of botany, sculpture, community, perseverance, and artistic inspiration. Being self-taught and equipped solely with a hedge trimmer, Fryar dedicated over two decades to expertly crafting and upkeeping extraordinary and awe-inspiring topiaries, frequently utilizing plants salvaged from a nearby nursery.

South Carolina Cotton Museum

  • 121 West Cedar Lane Bishopville, SC 29010

Embark on a captivating journey through the rich history of cotton, starting from Joseph West's historic fields in 1670 and spanning through to the present day. Immerse yourself in the story with our self-guided tours, available from Monday to Saturday, between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

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