Old Santee Canal State Park is nearly 200 acres of beautiful grounds and waterways. There are four miles of boardwalks through the surrounding swamp. The Stony Landing House, built in 1843, is located in the park and offers a glimpse of plantation life in the 1800s. Probably the most popular part of the park is the Interpretive Center. It contains a history of the area all the way back to 4000 B.C. Inside the center they have the story of the Confederate torpedo boat "Little David," which was used during the Civil War. Two theatres show films related to the history of the area and it's wildlife. Also located in the park is the Berkeley County Museum. This is one of my favorite places to visit in the park. There are lots of interesting artifacts inside the museum. Any time of year is a good time to visit the Old Santee Canal State Park.
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