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Buck Hall Recreation Area
Just six miles southeast of McClellanville, Buck Hall is on the Intracoastal Waterway and provides waterway access to the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Buck Hall has a boat ramp, RV and tent camping, along with a picnic area, and is a Francis Marion National Forest Facility. Located on Buckhall Landing Road. More information. 843-887-3257
Garris Landing Pier
Within the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge, Garris Landing has a boat landing, fishing pier, and is the location of departure when headed to Bulls Island and the lower portion of the refuge. 498 Bulls Island Road.
McConnells offers a paved boat ramp for launching on the Santee River. Located on a high bluff overlooking the river, it’s a popular place to camp primitive (permit needed) and to explore the area by kayak or canoe. Landing on the Santee River, no fishing piers or courtesy docks. 15 parking spaces.
Latitude: 33.24512 Longitude: -79.52085
Photo courtesy of Ben Sumrell Photography
Robert E. Ashley Landing
Located in the center of historic McClellanville next to the local park, this boat landing on Jeremy Creek just off the Intracoastal Waterway has two piers with amazing views, several signs and markers with visitor information, and the Lowcountry Seaman’s Memorial placed in memory of those who lost their lives while working in the waters of South Carolina. Adjacent to the landing is the McClellanville Town Park, which features a playground, picnic tables, a bandstand, and the nearby Village Museum. The McClellanville Run/Walk Trail passes through this park as well. Fees for usage apply. 405 Pinckney Street. Call the town of McClellanville for more information, 843-887-3712.
Great for saltwater fishing in shallow boats. Access is out of Gadsdenville Landing in Mount Pleasant. Close to Capers Island State Heritage Preserve, it makes for a perfect place to explore while visiting Capers.
A public boat ramp located in the Wambaw Creek Wilderness Area in the Francis Marion National Forest on Wambaw Creek. No fishing piers or courtesy docks, and parking is limited in this remote area. However, it makes a great location for paddlers on this nationally recognized kayak and canoe trail.
Latitude: 33.1774 Longitude: -79.4967
Photo courtesy of Carolina Guide Service