Overview of South Carolina’s ACE Basin

By:Staff Writer

Date:8/20/2014

South Carolina's ACE Basin is one of the largest wetland ecosystems on the Atlantic coast. Located along US 17 or Interstate 95 between Hilton Head Island and Charleston, the ACE Basin is home to numerous species of wildlife and serves as a reminder of a time when rice production played an important role in the regional economy.

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