Sewee Indian Ruins

Sewee Indian Ruins

Though the landscape of this particular site has suffered damage from hurricanes and wildfires, this one-mile trail still offers a unique opportunity for hiking and exploration. The trail guides you to the Sewee Shell Ring, which is an ancient pile of discarded shells from Native Americans dating back over 4,000 years ago. It is now on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the best preserved of similar shell rings found along the East Coast. Another spur trail leads to a mound of clamshells, and there are five interpretive stops and a 120-foot boardwalk and overlook.