Along the coast of South Carolina in the heart of the Lowcountry just north of the Charleston and Mount Pleasant and south of Myrtle Beach and Georgetown lies an area known as the Bulls Bay Historic Passage.  Bounded by the Francis Marion National Forest on the west and the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge on the east, this area enjoys immediate access to a bounty of protected beaches, creeks, forests, swamps and rivers where nature abounds.  Between these uninhabited wildlife refuges is a strip of land rich in natural, historic, and cultural resources.

McClellanville

The northern end of Bulls BayHistoric Passage holds the small fishing village of McClellanville.  Incorporated in XXXXX, McClellanville still remains a quaint coastal hamlet with around 500 residents centered around Jeremy Creek.   More about McClellanville

Awendaw

The northern end of Bulls BayHistoric Passage holds the small fishing village of McClellanville.  Incorporated in XXXXX, McClellanville still remains a quaint coastal hamlet with around 500 residents centered around Jeremy Creek.  More about McClellanville

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