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Campbells Crossroads & Angelus Tracts WMA
Patrick, SC 29584 (67.084 miles)
White-tailed deer, wild turkey, and small game species are present and hunting is allowed within the Game Zone 4 regulations.
Official Website: Campbells Crossroads & Angelus Tracts WMA
Sand Hills State Forest
Patrick, SC 29584 (67.084 miles)
Part of a unique ecosystem, the Sand Hills State Forest is located between the piedmont and coastal plain of South Carolina in Chesterfield and Darlington Counties. The region is characterized by deep sands with generally arid conditions. It consists of 46,000 acres of infertile sand deposited by a prehistoric sea.
Official Website: Sand Hills State Forest
Moultrie Hunt Unit WMA
Pineville, SC 29468 (67.722 miles)
The 9,480-acre Moultrie Hunt Unit is comprised of Bluefield, Greenfield, Hall, North Dike, Porcher and Sandy Beach Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs). These WMAs are located predominately around the shores of Lakes Marion and Moultrie in Berkeley County.
Official Website: Moultrie Hunt Unit WMA
Belfast Wildlife Mgt. Area
Kinards, SC 29335 (68.038 miles)
Wildlife game species present include deer, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, dove, quail and raccoon. Other furbearer species found here include fox, bobcat and coyote. Many songbirds, raptors, reptiles and amphibians occur on the area. Plants in hardwood drains include most species common to the piedmont.
Official Website: Belfast Wildlife Mgt. Area
James L Mason WMA
Clarks Hill, SC 29821 (68.465 miles)
In 1989, James L. Mason bequeathed 1,999 acres to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to be used in perpetuity for wildlife management and outdoor recreation. Mr. Mason and his wife are buried in the family cemetery located on the property.
Official Website: James L Mason WMA
Colleton State Park
Canadys, SC 29433 (69.377 miles)
The Cypress Swamp Nature Trail, campgrounds, ballfield, picnicking and easy access to the Edisto River – all these attractions make Colleton State Park an ideal destination for the veteran paddler or young family.
Official Website: Colleton State Park
Great Pee Dee River Heritage Preserve
Mechanicsville, SC 29540 (69.380 miles)
Seven miles of river frontage provides habitat for four state threatened species. The river is a boater's delight, while plant enthusiasts will find much on land to interest them.
Official Website: Great Pee Dee River Heritage Preserve
Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area
Plum Branch, SC 29845 (70.123 miles)
Boaters and other outdoors enthusiasts can’t go wrong at Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area
Official Website: Hamilton Branch State Recreation Area
James Ross Wildlife Reservation
York, SC 29745 (70.261 miles)
Hunting of white-tailed deer, wild turkey, small game and furbearers is allowed within the Game Zone 2 seasons and bag limits.
Official Website: James Ross Wildlife Reservation
Worth Mountain WMA
Hickory Grove, SC 29717 (70.835 miles)
The Wildlife Management Area Program's multiple use concepts provide opportunities for all wildlife enthusiasts.
Official Website: Worth Mountain WMA