(Photo Intensive Post!!)
Today we left Myrtle Beach SP and drove 61 miles south on Hwy 17 to Buck Hall Recreation Area. It was a very easy drive. We had Sunday vacation traffic, but otherwise no problems. We arrived at Buck Hall just after lunch time.
We are camped right along the Intercoastal Waterway and are hoping to get to kayak while we are here. However, today the winds were blowing…no kayaking today;o(( Forecast is the same for tomorrow, so we will hike the Awendaw Passage section of the Palmetto Trail.
Today, we just got settled and hung out at the campground. We have had several requests for a photo tour of Buck Hall. Nancy walked the grounds and took a bunch of photos. Sherry, this is for you:o))
Buck Hall is located on Hwy 17, 34 miles south of Georgetown and 28 miles north of Charleston, SC.
Palmetto Trail crosses the entrance road
(Click on any photo to enlarge)
The lay of the land…we are in Site 9.
End of Entrance Road
GO Left to Hiking, Fishing and Picnic Area
Palmetto Trail Trailhead
Fishing and Crabbing Pier
View of campground from the dock
Boats coming and going
These were brave or crazy kayakers. The winds were 20 plus miles per hour today!!! Add that to the tidal waters and it could be a real difficult paddle ;o((
GO Right to the campground
All sites are paved, flat, long with 50 amps and water!!
We are on Site 9
The Verizon MIFI is strong and HD antenna reception is excellent. Bill is catching up on the golf tournament;o))
The RV sites with the best view of the waterway are 12, 13, and 14. This photo was take at site 13.
The very BEST views
However, there really is not a bad site in the campground:o))
The dump station is easy access!!
Our first impression is this is a wonderful spot to camp. What’s not to like?!?! Clean, quiet, pretty and well maintained campground with all the things we enjoy!! The fact that it is only $10 per night with our Senior National Park Pass makes this a no brainer;o))