mcclellanville: October 4th, 2008 McClellanville, SC Inshore Fishing Tournament - 04/10/08 05:54 AM
October 4, 2008 17th Annual McClellanville, SC Inshore Fishing Tournament"The Creek Slam"Entry fee $45/angler50% of the entry fees are returned as prizes.  All proceeds go to Archibald Rutledge Academy. 
Haddrell's Point Youth Angler is also awarded to the angler under 15 on the team with the highest point total.Register "early" by September 19th and receive a free T-Shirt
Forms are available to download:
Entry Form
Tournament Rules 
Sponsorship FormThe tournament starts at sunrise, 7:13 AM.  Low tide is at 5:12 AM, so we start fishing the incoming tide.  High tide is at 11:38 AM.  Last year we had 76 boats and first place took home $1990.  We are also a … (0 comments)

mcclellanville: Camping in the Francis Marion National Forest - 04/01/08 08:52 AM
There are several different camping in the Francis Marion National Forest.  If you don't want to really rough it, the Buck Hall Landing site is for you.  There is a bath house with hot showers and flush toilets.  There are 14 camper hook-up sites with camp pads, fire rings, picnic tables and 5 tent sites.  The camp ground is on the Intracoastal Waterway and there is an on-site boat ramp.  It is a beautiful setting with great access to fishing and shrimping in the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge.There are several primative camping sites including the Elmwood Camp ground, 8 miles north of … (0 comments)

mcclellanville: The Cape Romain Lighthouses - 03/16/08 03:01 PM
An interesting landmark in the Refuge is the site of the Cape Romain lighthouses.  They are located on Racoon Key about 5 miles by boat from McClellanville.  The 65' tall original lighthouse was built in 1820.  It was replaced in 1858 by a new taller (150') lighthouse.  There were several residences on the island that are no longer there.  The light was automated in 1937 before being were decomissioned in 1947.Both towers remain.  The towers were in disrepair for years, and the taller tower has a significant lean to it.  They were recently been stabilzed, but are still not open to the public.  You can access the island … (0 comments)

mcclellanville: 815 W. Carolina Rd, McClellanville - 03/06/08 01:00 PM
McClellanville Private CottageLocation: Silver HillUnique 2 bedroom/ 2 bath home on a very private 1.5 acre lot in the Silver Hill community of McClellanville. One bedroom and one bath upstairs, and one down. Beautiful sunroom with ceramic tile added recently. Heartpine floors, woodstove in living room. Enjoy the peace and quiet on the large screened back porch, or on the front deck over the small pond in the front yard. Lot is fenced.InformationContact InformationMalcolm 697-4340Contact Reply FormForward to a FriendView Other FlyersPricingAsking Price: $360,000Flexibility: NegotiableProperty Location815 W. Carolina RdMcClellanville, SC 29458View MapLinksMcClellanville Real EstateFeaturesBedrooms: 2Bathrooms: 2Year Built: 1996Subdivision: Silver HillLot … (0 comments)

mcclellanville: McClellanville Historic House on Deep Water - 03/04/08 12:25 PM
The Archibald Hamilton Seabrook HouseLocation: McClellanvilleThe Archibald Hamilton Seabrook House was built in 1891 by Paul B. Drayton. The house was a summer home for the Seabrook's of El Dorado Plantation. This historic home is tucked back off of the main street and located on almost 1.5 acres on Jeremy Creek in McClellanville. There are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with the master downstairs. The house has a brand new dock on deepwater, and is walking distance to the boat ramp and town park. The huge screen porch overlooks the creek with a view out to the refuge and catches the … (2 comments)

mcclellanville: McClellanville Water Access Lot Available - 03/04/08 12:21 PM
Lot 2 Broadmarsh SubdivisionLocation: Broadmarsh, a waterfront communityLarge marshfront lot with deepwater access in new subdivision, Broadmarsh, McClellanville, SC. Looks across the marsh to the original Silver Hill Plantation of the McClellan Family. Protected development with coventents to protect quality of homes to be built. Lot will share a community dock with just a few other lots. Beautiful lot with nice oaks, located on Jeremy Creek, across Broadmarsh from the Silver Hill Plantation house, and across the creek from McClellanville's Historic District. Protected dock location, very little boat traffic in area, but only a short ride to ocean, or stay inshore … (1 comments)

mcclellanville: Recreational Opportunities in the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge - 03/04/08 12:09 PM
The Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge is a preserve of over 100,000 acres of marsh, creeks and barrier islands.  There are countless recreational opportunities.  The map below shows the system of creeks and bays that make the Cape Romain Refuge a place you could explore and enjoy over and over again.Fishing: Red drum, Trout, Flounder, Bonnethead Sharks are all plentiful in the creeks or surf.  There are also close wrecks and bottom for offshore fishing opportunities.  WP Baldwin sponsors two annaual fall fishing tournaments, the Red October Surf Fishing Tournament and the McClellanville Creek Tournament.  Both are open to anyone and offer … (0 comments)

mcclellanville: Recreational Opportunities in the Francis Marion National Forest - 03/04/08 11:57 AM
The Francis Marion National Forest is open to the public for camping, picnicking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, trail riding for horses and ATV's and there is even an shooting range.  To make sure no one is riding where others are hunting, it is heavily managed.   Go to the Forest Service website for details.
Camping:  Buck Hall, Elmwood and Honey Hill Recreational Areas.  Elmwood and Honey Hill are primitive with limited facilities, while Buck Hall has motor home hook ups, bath houses, electrical connections, bathrooms, and a boat landing.
Canoeing:  Chicken Creek, Echaw Creek and Wambaw Creek Canoe Trails.
Picnicking: Canal, Huger, Honey Hill … (1 comments)


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