Named for frontiersman and Georgia’s Revolutionary War hero, Elijah Clark, the 447-acre park features a log cabin replica of the Clark home complete with 1780s furniture, utensils, and tools. History buffs can check these out during weekends April through November.
Clarks Hill Lake is also known as Lake Strom Thurmond, and is a reservoir in the Savannah River Basin. The park is popular with anglers and boaters due to its accessible finishing pier. The state park is also equipped with rental cottages and spacious campground for camping enthusiasts.
On September 24th, in honor of State Parks Day, the park is organizing a clean up. Beginning with a beach sweep to clean the shoreline, the day continues on with a kids fishing rodeo, bouncy house, and lots of water fun!
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