Bear Island Wildlife Management Area

Charleston, South Carolina

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Up to three day's worth of hiking along old dikes in waterfowl-rich coastal marshes and through adjoining woodlands. Bear Island Wildlife Management Area features the state’s largest expanse of publicly owned and easily accessible marshland in the state. The hiking areas are closed from November 1 through January 20, and on Sundays year-round.
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by John Clark & John Dantzler (Falcon Guides)

Up to three day's worth of hiking along old dikes in waterfowl-rich coastal marshes and through adjoining woodlands. Bear Island Wildlife Management Area features the state’s largest expanse of publicly owned and easily accessible marshland in the state. The hiking areas are closed from November 1 through January 20, and on Sundays year-round.

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Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Charleston
Distance: 4.75
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 to 3 days
Season: October through early-spring.
Local Contacts: Bear Island Wildlife Management Area, 585 Donnelly Drive, Green Pond, SC 29446; (843) 844-8957.
Local Maps: Department of Natural Resources Bear Island Wildlife Management Area map (available at Titi Road entrance); Bennetts Point USGS quad
Driving Directions: Directions to Bear Island Wildlife Management Area

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