Manchester State Forest

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If you visit Manchester State Forest in the early spring you'll find pockets of flowering mountain laurel, red cedar draped with Spanish moss, and oaks growing in profusion among the dogwoods and longleaf pines. This kind of plant mix is unique in the state. Located in Sumter County, on the fall line between South Carolina's piedmont and coastal plain, Manchester State Forest consists of more than seventeen thousand acres of ridges, sand hills, hardwood bottoms, bays, and swampland

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