The South Carolina Park Service will offer free admission to state parks Nov. 27 as part of the national #OptOutside initiative, which encourages people to spend time outdoors the day after Thanksgiving.
“State parks are some of the most beautiful outdoor settings in South Carolina and are ideal places for family outings,” said Paul McCormack, State Park Service director. “We open the gates to nearly 90,000 acres of natural beauty and cultural wonder, from the deep forests of the Blue Ridge to the state’s settlement site at Charles Towne Landing.”
Admission to most state parks typically ranges between $3 to $8 per person.
For more information on state parks, visit southcarolinaparks.com.