Wadmalaw, Johns, and Edisto Islands Rockville to Edisto Beach

Rockville, South Carolina

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This 75-mile trip across South Carolina’s rural Sea Islands begins in the village of Rockville and ends at Edisto Beach on the Atlantic Ocean, crossing Wadmalaw Island, Johns Island, and Edisto Island, with views of the Edisto and Stono Rivers, sandy beachfront, the Intracoastal Waterway, and beautiful tidal marshlands. Special Attractions: Edisto and Stono Rivers, Angel Oak, ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge, The Grove, Charleston Tea Plantation, Adams Run and Hollywood communities, Edisto Island, Edisto Beach State Park. 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.

Wadmalaw, Johns, and Edisto Islands: Rockville to Edisto Beach Professional Review and Guide

"This 75-mile trip across South Carolina’s rural Sea Islands begins in the village of Rockville and ends at Edisto Beach on the Atlantic Ocean, crossing Wadmalaw Island, Johns Island, and Edisto Island, with views of the Edisto and Stono Rivers, sandy beachfront, the Intracoastal Waterway, and beautiful tidal marshlands.

Special Attractions: Edisto and Stono Rivers, Angel Oak, ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge, The Grove, Charleston Tea Plantation, Adams Run and Hollywood communities, Edisto Island, Edisto Beach State Park. 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."

Activity Type: Scenic Drives
Nearby City: Rockville
Distance: 75
Season: All year
Local Contacts: Angel Oak Park; ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge
Driving Directions: Directions to Wadmalaw, Johns, and Edisto Islands: Rockville to Edisto Beach

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May 2018