Sewee Shell Ring Interpretive Trail

  

Sewee Boardwalk

The mystique surrounding the area emcompassed by this one-mile, self-guided, interpretive trail dates back 4,000 years. The trail begins along a shady lane of trees which opens into an area heavily influenced by the forces of nature and man. A large portion of the area was scarred by Hurricane Hugo and wildfire. It is a picture of a land in recovery.
 

The 120-foot boardwalk overlooks a prehistoric shell mound and offers five interpretive stops in addition to breathtaking views of the salt marsh, tidal creek and the Intracoastal Waterway.

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At a Glance

Current Conditions: Closed until further notice due to damage from Hurricane Matthew.
Open Season: All year
Restrictions: No camping. Hikers and day use only. No digging. During temperate months, be prepared for biting insects and high temperatures.

General Information

Directions:

From Charleston, take US Highway 17 North to Doar Road North (SC Route 432-S). Turn right and go 2.1 miles to Salt Pond Road. Turn right onto (FS Road 243) and go 0.1 miles to trailhead.


Recreation Map

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Activities


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Nature Viewing

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Outdoor Learning

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