Cathedral Bay Heritage Wildlife Preserve

SC 64

Olar, SC 29843

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Phone: (803) 734-4568

City: Olar

Region: Midlands

Cathedral Bay Heritage Wildlife Preserve

Cathedral Bay is an excellent example of the Carolina bay phenomenon. Carolina bays are elliptical or oval basins found throughout the Atlantic Coastal Plain. The vast majority of these features are found within North Carolina and South Carolina. Along with their unusual shape, bays have several other features in common.

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