The Bulls Bay Chamber of Commerce was organized in 2012 as a way to join forces and build greater awareness of the pristine country side in and around McClellanville and Awendaw, SC. When the Chamber was founded, area leaders decided to brand the region as Bulls Bay Historic Passage to capitalize on the name recognition of Bull Island and other beautiful barrier islands to unify this stretch of the Palmetto State’s coastline.
The Bulls Bay area is a secret treasure of sorts. A marvelous wealth of history and natural beauty lays tucked away in secret landscapes east and west of Highway 17 between Charleston and Mt. Pleasant south to Georgetown, Myrtle Beach and SC’s famous Grand Strand.
For a day, a long weekend or an extended vacation, this is a place made for making memories. There are fishing boats, numerous guided and self-guided kayaking and hiking tours, camping opportunities, beautiful old homes to rent, charming bed and breakfast inns, historic plantations and churches, wildlife galore, an award-winning museum and lots and lots of fresh seafood. And there’s quiet. Away from the hustle and hurry of the big city resorts that bookend Bulls Bay, there is a wealth of heavenly peace and quiet.
To the benefit of residents, businesses and vacationers savvy enough to discover our unique collection of hidden treasures, The Bulls Bay Chamber seeks to thoughtfully promote our resources while simultaneously protecting and preserving a lifestyle precious to us all.
The Chamber is comprised of a diverse group of businesses and is served by an elected Board of Directors. Businesses and individuals, too, are encouraged to join and take advantage of networking, educational, and promotional opportunities while strengthening the local community. New initiatives are always taking shape all the time. Join for the benefits; you’ll stick around for the fun!
For more information on the Bulls Bay Chamber of Commerce feel free to Contact Us.
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