This premier recreation area is situated on the site of the old Buck Hall Plan ta tion just 6 miles southeast of McClellanville. Its location on the Intracoastal Waterway provides the best access to Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, 77,000 acres of marsh, tidal creeks, and beaches, and Bulls Bay, the best area for shrimp baiting on the coast. Buck Hall boasts14 full hook-up camper sites, 5 tent sites, 2 bath rooms, showers, a picnic shelter, and a boat ramp, 2 fl oating docks, and lighted parking for 175 vehicles with trailers. The boating public, RVs, and campers all take advantage of this beau ti ful location.
Camping, boating, fishing.
- 14 sites with camp pads, picnic tables, fi re rings, lantern posts, and electrical hookups, 10 sites must be reserved; 4 are fi rst- come, fi rst-served. - 5 sites for tent camping: 3 must be reserved; 2 are fi rst-come, fi rst-served. -
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All visitors must pay to use the facility. (Day-use and fi rst-come, fi rst served camp sitesâ€šÃ„Ã®use self-pay station.) - Campingâ€šÃ„Ã®$20 per full hook-up unit - Tent campingâ€šÃ„Ã®$15 - Parking (non-camp ers)â€šÃ„Ã®$5 per vehicle per day;
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Reviews of Buck Hall Recreation Area
Reviewed by SCgregg1 on March 1, 2011
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Buck Hall is a very popular place. The full-site campground is nearly always full. It is a good idea to reserve a site well in advance through Reserveamerica.com.
Tent sites are nice, as the are right on the water, but they are right next to each other in a fairly small space.
The boat launch will be active all day long, most any day of the year. Fall is the busiest time, during recreational shrimp baiting season.
Day-use activities include picnicking, wildlife viewing, fishing, boating, hiking and biking.
A premier attraction at Buck Hall is the southern terminus of The Palmetto Trail. The first passage of the trail starts at the day-use parking area on the boardwalk, and continues west for 7 miles along the intracoastal waterway, salt marshes, Awendaw Creek, and an upland forest. Unique opportunity to walk through 4 distinctly different ecosystems in a fairly short distance.
Buck hall is busy, but it's fairly quiet most of the time. Buck Hall is also a clean and safe place. There is a camp host in the campground most of the year, and the area is patrolled by the US Forest Service Law Enforcement.
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