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Goodale State Park - Kayak Trip / Canoe Trip

Report Type: Day Trip Report
Trip Dates: March 11, 2007
Nearest City: Camden, SC
Difficulty: Easy
Submitted by: rhucks

Description:

Great relaxing, peaceful paddle trip.

Begin by crossing turn of the century Mill Pond. Then enter 3 mile canoe trail which winds through a tupelo cypress swamp.

I saw many types of waterfowl. The most impressive was the the nesting blue herons. I saw six nests in all. Also saw various turtles, several snakes, and assorted birds. Heard distinct bellowing of male alligator while I ate my lunch in a shaded pool.

Pay close attention to trail markers, and when they run out...turn around. All in all a great, relaxing paddle in a Wilderness Systems Pungo 120.

Fees:

$2.00 admittance fee to park.
Kayak rental (if appropriate) is $7.00.

Directions:

About 10 miles off of I-20. See Goodale State Park website for directions.


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