Saltwater Paddling Trail - Charleston to McClellanville
Important wildlife areas on the paddling trail include Capers Island Heritage Preserve, Francis Marion National Forest, and Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. Historic Cape Romain lighthouses are on Lighthouse Island. The Town of McClellanville features a historic district. Buck Hall Recreation Area is adjacent to the trail. Nearby vacation and beach destinations include the Isle of Palms.
Section 4 Map
Places of Interest on the Trail
|Point No.||Name||Latitude / Longitude||County|
|4-1||Isle of Palms||32.786842, -79.794804||Charleston|
|4-2||Capers Island Heritage Preserve||32.866977, -79.682355||Charleston|
|4-3||Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge||32.990030, -79.549397||Charleston|
|4-4||Buck Hall Recreation Area||33.037741, -79.562181||Charleston|
|4-5||Francis Marion National Forest||33.056686, -79.592993||Charleston|
|4-6||Town of McClellanville||33.086548, -79.468200||Charleston|
|4-S1||Lighthouse Island - Cape Romain Lighthouse||33.018473, -79.374125||Charleston|
|4-S2||Lighthouse Island - Raccoon Key Lighthouse||33.018933, -79.373722||Charleston|
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Photograph Gallery of Places of Interest on the Trail
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