Camping in the Francis Marion National Forest

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Real Estate Agent with W.P. Baldwin & Associates

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 McClellanville on Hwy 17, turn left onto Rutledge Rd, and 4 miles on the left.  This site serves as a DNR check station during hunting season.  There is water and toilets available.  This site is used by hunters during hunting the season.  Also available is the Honey Hill site.  This is located at the base of the old look out tower that is no longer in use, approximately 8 miles west of McClellanville on Hwy 45.  This site is near the motorized trails.

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