Make a plan, pack a light travel bag, and hit the road! If you are in need of a daytrip or weekend escape, discover the enchanting Salkehatchie region, a place of mysterious beauty and adventure, all within nature's outdoor arena of unspoiled rivers, clean air, blue skies and emerald forests. Leave your BlackBerry at home, come pick some real blackberries and experience life Salkehatchie-style!
Visitors can hike along miles of woodland trails, ride horses through forests, kayak down tranquil black rivers in the ACE Basin or enjoy spectacular birding opportunities at any number of state parks located throughout the area. Plot your course and chronicle your adventures with breathtaking photos.
The park is a headquarters for the Edisto River Canoe and Kayak Trail and is home to the Edisto Riverfest each June, a popular gathering for paddlers and campers alike.
The beach ranks second along the South Carolina coast for sea turtle nesting and provides one of the rare nesting areas for Wilson's plovers and the Least Tern, both threatened bird species in South Carolina.
A rare treasure that we feel mixed about sharing... tread lightly and help keep it pristine.
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Lots of trees and water from the sky view!
Get Out. Get Real. Go Salk.