Exploring South Carolina's Pee Dee

We're exploring South Carolina's Blackwater Rivers, in the fascinating (and less-visited) Pee Dee region!  Here are just a few of the rich South Carolina stories we're uncovering:

  • The survival of the Gullah culture and language, daring Revolutionary War exploits, beautifully preserved churches and small towns, and one of South Carolina's most interesting 19th century families
  • Pristine natural beauty, for photographers and nature lovers:
  • Majestic cypress trees, draped with Spanish moss; a wide diversity of birds and wildlife; the waterways of the Great and Little Pee Dee, Waccamaw, Santee, Black, and Samipit Rivers; early spring flowers in bloom

Here's what Explore Up Close founder, Chumley Cope, has to say: 

Posted on February 17th in History and Culture