Cheraw State Park
From the intersection of US 1 and US 52 south of Cheraw go south on US 52 for 0.6 miles to the park entrance on your right (west).
Birds to look for:
Canada Goose, Wood Duck, Pied-billed Grebe (w), Double-crested Cormorant, Chuck-will's-widow (s), Red-cockaded Woodpecker, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Pine Warbler, Summer Tanager (s), Bachman's Sparrow (s)
Cheraw State Park is the oldest state park in South Carolina and also one of the largest. It features a large lake, with a bit of boardwalk along one shore. It is primarily a golfing park at present, but still great natural areas in the less-developed part of the park. Its campgrounds and cabins make it a good base for exploring nearby Sandhills State Forest and Carolina Sandhills NWR.