McClellanville’s greatest riches can be found it’s natural surroundings. Bounded on the west by the Francis Marion National Forest and the east by the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge, McClellanville is a true rural retreat with plenty to offer outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.
Within “the village” you will easily see why we have been bestowed with the honor of Tree City USA award every year since 2002 due to it’s ancient oak tree-lined avenues. There is no better example of these graceful live oaks draped with Spanish moss than the Deerhead Oak located on the corner of Pinckney Street and Oak Street. Estimated to be more than 1000 years old, this tree may out-date the famous Angle Oak in Charleston.
Francis Marion National Forest
Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge
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