Congaree National Park was authorized by Congress in 1976 to preserve the largest intact tract of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the southestern United States.
Like each of its sister national parks, Congaree must balance the competing demands of its dual mission: providing for a fulfilling visitor experience and preserving the natural and cultural resources located here.
Superintendent's Compendium (Rev. 9/2017)
Park Foundation Document
Hog Management Plan
Hog Management Plan Addendum 2016
Wildland Fire Management Plan