Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge The refuge encompasses a 22-mile segment of the southeast Atlantic coast. The refuge consists of 66, 287 acres which include a fascinating expanse of barrier islands, salt marshes, intricate coastal waterways, long sandy beaches, fresh and brackish water impoundments, and maritime forest.
Sewee Center Jointly operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Forest Service, the Sewee Center showcases the valuable ecosystems of the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and the Francis Marion National Forest and provides educational opportunities and a pleasant experience for all ages.
SEWEE Association The South Eastern Wildlife and Environment Education Association (SEWEE Association) is the Friend’s Group for the National Wildlife Refuges and National Forest of coastal South Carolina.
Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge Located in portions of Horry, Georgetown, and Marion Counties, Waccamaw NWR’s acquisition boundary spans over 55,000 acres and includes large sections of the Waccamaw & Great Pee Dee rivers and a small section of the Little Pee Dee River.
Coastal Expeditions Want to go to Bull Island but don’t have a boat, or you want to leave the navigating to someone else? Coastal Expeditions runs the Bull Island ferry Island Cat to the island on a regular basis from Garris Landing in Awendaw.
Village Museum Exhibits demonstrate a time line of history beginning with villages of the Seewee Indians and the settlement at Jamestown, S.C. by the French Huguenots, through the rice planting on the great Santee plantations and the establishment of the town of McClellanville as a coastal resort.