Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge, Georgetown

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Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
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  • The Blue trail is flooded so take the Yellow trail around - this way you can make it to Cox Ferry Lake. Nicely maintained trail, fairly flat, sometimes the gravel rock is large and can be...  more »
  • We went to the Cox Ferry Lake area rather than the visitor's center, because we wanted to hike and see the small lake. After parking in the small lot, we visited the docks on the lake, to the right...  more »
  • The swamp is neither scary nor worthless but slightly boring. Nice short nature walk. Lacks wildlife and could use some maintenance and additional activities/informational guides. The website is misleading and the only wildlife I saw were small cute frogs.
  • Chris and Jane were great guides. Both so knowledgeable and we saw a lot of different species of wildlife. Our favorite was all the alligator sightings. Very professional and extremely friendly and helpful. 5 stars for Gator Bait Tours. Thank you, Chuck and Gloria

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