Green Swamp: Clarkton to Supply Professional Review and Guide
"A 44-mile drive across a very lightly developed area of the coastal plain, past the interesting Green Swamp. This is a low-key trip across a very lightly developed section of the coastal plain. Traffic is usually quiet. The route crosses the extensive Green Swamp, a low-lying marshy area heavily planted with pines.
The Nature Conservancy owns a part of the swamp; trails on the Conservancy preserve lead through restored natural forest and let visitors observe odd meat-eating plants. The drive follows most of the state’s Green Swamp Scenic Byway. Special attractions: Green Swamp, Lake Waccamaw State Park, carnivorous plants, hiking, boating, swimming, and fishing. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."