A 110-mile section of the Lynches River in Lee, Darlington, Florence, and Sumter Counties, was designated a Scenic River in two parts. The first portion, designated in 1994, extends 54 miles from U.S. Highway 15 Bridge near Bishopville to the Lynches River County Park in Florence County. The second section, designated in 2008, extends 56 miles from Lynches River County Park and ends at Great Pee Dee River. The Lynches is a narrow, winding, sometimes braided, river channel bordered with forested swamps and uplands.
Waccamaw RIVERKEEPER®, Christine Ellis | Center for Marine and Wetland Studies | Coastal Carolina University
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