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Francis Beidler Forest, Harleyville

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  • Well preserved natural wetlands forest. The boardwalk is kept in great shape for a stroll at one's leisure to view wildlife in the natural setting. Deer, turkeys, squirrels, owls, snakes, alligators a...  more »
  • When you need a break from the crowded streets of Charleston during your next visit, plan on a side trip to the National Audobon Society's Francis Beidler Forest Sanctuary. It's just a short drive up ...  more »
  • The cool temperature made the walk through the swamp very enjoyable and relaxing. I can't imagine enduring 4 hours in the swamp during July or August. The only downside was the decreased sightings of ...  more »
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  • Very informative. Very relaxing. Saw some deer, a bunch of squirrels, and a turtle. Be ready for mosquitos though.
  • Even though mosquitoes came out, it was amazing. Tallest trees I've ever seen. Went In afternoon, & didn't have to were sunglasses.
  • This place is so beautiful and a great walk. U must go see this place if u r in the area. Nature at its best. I highly recommend this:-)
  • We stopped here during one of our trips. We learned a lot about Swamps! This was quite interesting!
  • Always a great walk to photograph native birds