The Lexington Wildlife Chapter of the South Carolina Wildlife Federation was founded in 1952. We are located off of Emanuel Church Road between Two Notch Road and Kitti Wake Drive. It contains 12 acres of property. There are two small ponds, hardwoods, wetlands and a 1,000 square foot portable that contains a classroom setup, kitchen and restroom. We have a handicap accessible dock and fishing platforms.
The Lexington Wildlife Chapter pledges to be faithful stewards of the natural resources of America. We endeavor to educate and mentor people of all ages, race, and gender on the importance of protecting and conserving our soil, minerals, forests, waters and wildlife. Our aim is to emphasize the significance of the outdoors and traditions that sustain it.
Nancy K. Perry Children's Shelter
Epworth Children's Home
Palmetto Place Children's Shelter
Chris Myers' Children's Place
Disabled Veterans from Dorn VA Hospital
SCDNR Family Fishing Clinics
South Carolina Wildlife Federation