Lee State Park Natural Area
October 15-16, 2005

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want to know, Mr. Ingram is

About Lee State Park--
Lee State Natural Area, built in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, is a gateway to the state designated Scenic Lynches River and the rich environment associated with it.  The park encompasses 2,839 acres of diverse habitat that includes a vast hardwood floodplain forest, numerous artesian wells, a millpond and sandhills.  Visitors can enjoy the natural beauty and abundant wildlife when using the park's facilities, such as a campground, nature trails, equestrian facilities, and picnic shelters.  For visitors interested in more information about Lee State Natural Area and environmental topics, the park offers programs and exhibits at the Education Center.  --From the welcome kiosk at Lee State Park

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