Francis Marion National Forest

2967 Steed Creek RD

Huger, SC 29450

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Phone: (843) 336-3248

City: Huger

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Francis Marion National Forest

Site of the battle between forces of British Col. Banastre Tarleton and Revolutionary Gen. Francis Marion, "The Swamp Fox." Now this wildlife-rich 260,000-acre forest welcomes campers, hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, kayakers, and picnickers. OHV opportunities are found at the Wambaw Cycle Trail. BUCK HALL RECREATION AREA - Day-use facilities includes trailhead parking, boaters, fishermen, picnickers and any other non-camping use in the area. Picnic Shelter first come; first served or by reservation ($25 for groups up to 50) ($45 for groups 51-100.) Parking fee is required for all parked vehicles in area. 14 full hook-up and five tent sites must be reserved through RESERVEUSA.COM or by calling 877-444-6777; a $9 reservation fee will be added to all reservations. WAMBAW CYCLE TRAIL - 40 mile motorcycle, OHV and mountain bike trail. $5/operator/day fee. Trailhead located off Halfway Creek Rd. Call before you Haul Hotline 803-561-4025 or check the website for up-to-date information.

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