Lake Marion, South Carolina
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Lake Marion (along with Lake Moultrie) was created in the early 1940s by the Santee Cooper Project. It covers about 110,000 acres of land in five SC counties: Berkeley, Calhoun, Clarendon, Orangeburg, and Sumter. It is home to Santee State Park, which is located just outside of Santee near I-26 and I-95.

The lakes are named for Governor William Moultrie and the Revolutionary War hero General Francis Marion. They are famous for their populations of landlocked striped bass.

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  • Sports, outdoor recreation
    Santee State Park - just outside of Santee on south shore of Lake Marion
    SC Lake User's Handbook - scroll down to Lake Marion, then click individual area links for info, interactive map
  • Related travel, tourism resources
    Santee Cooper Country - online visitor's guide


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