Landmarks in South Carolina are mainly historical, because this southeastern state is completely flat and also forests, rivers and lakes and presumption no other in the area. However, here's some details of natural attractions in South Carolina.
Table Rock State Park, located in the western part of the state on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The region also has two beautiful lakes and lake Jocassee lake Keowee and two accessible trails. The coast of South Carolina is fairly uniform.
Salt marshes, natural grasslands and estuaries of several rivers are the main features in the eastern region along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
The larger rivers are navigable and provide a trade route between the cities and the Atlantic coast. Lake Marion is the largest lake in South Carolina, which is fed by several rivers Wyboo Creek, Santee River and Eutaw Springs.
In fact around this beautiful lake there are many wild animals deer and squirrels etc., And the water has a record amount of fish expected to be caught by fishermen. Lake Strom Thurmond, the most popular recreational lake in the state of Georgia and the state of South Carolina and is supplied with water from the Savannah River.
Lake Moultrie, the third largest lake in South Carolina, which connects to Lake Marion through channel dug by the US Corps. In summer, many people come from nearby settlements, but very often in recent years has attacks by alligators, so be careful.
Myrtle Beach, one of the largest beaches on the east coast of the United States. Since the climate is subtropical bathing season is about 7 months. Around 12 million tourists visit annually Myrtle Beach. Congaree River Swamp, forest protected areas, often after the rainy season becomes a swamp. Francis Beidler Forest, one of the last pristine areas of bald cypress and several endemic plants.
Huntington Beach State Park, a small coastal bay near Georgetown. Friends of this park can enjoy the interesting attractions, such as birdwatching (ducks, waders, pink spoonbills).
Sesquicentennial State Park, a small area around the capital, Columbia. The park includes many hiking trails for a pleasant walk without too much effort and a small lake in the middle of which there is an island. The main attraction here is the walk to the lake with pedal boats.