Johns Island

Visitor's Center

1770 Bozo LN

Johns Island, SC 29445

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Region: Coastal & Islands

Johns Island

This barrier island is the largest island in South Carolina, located in Charleston County. The island is home to the famed Angel Oak, one of the largest living oak trees in the world, thought to be more than 1,400 years old.

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