Honey Hill Campground - McClellanville, SC
Posted by: carolina1
N 33° 10.467 W 079° 33.685
17S E 634126 N 3671548
Quick Description: Honey Hill Campground
Location: South Carolina, United States
Date Posted: 8/25/2007 2:57:00 PM
Waymark Code: WM22RD
Honey Hill Recreation Campground
Highlights: This primitive camping facility is located between McClellanville and Honey Hill. A short camp loop swings through an upland pine/oak forest and encircles a fire lookout tower, which is no longer in use.
Facilities: Hand-pump water, vault toilet, picnic tables, grills.
Directions: From Charleston, take U.S. Highway 17 north to McClellanville. At the intersection of SC Highway 45 (the yellow caution light) turn left and drive 8 miles to the camp.
Nearest City: Charleston
Nearest Town: Francis Marion National Forest
Number of Campsites: 10 or less
Max days allowed: 14
Miles from paved road: 0.20
Scenery Rating: 3 out of 5
Noise Level: 1 out of 5
Months Open: Unknown
Honey Hill is a free campground with about 10 sites. It can fill up with local people on the weekends, especially during hunting season, but otherwise it's pretty empty. Picnic tables at sites; limited water (hand pump). One outhouse. Quiet and remote, but lock your vehicles. It's about a 45-minute drive into Charleston.
Popups/RVs Allowed: yes
Pets Allowed: yes
Bathrooms Available: yes
Seasonal: From: 1/1/2007 To: 12/31/2007
Utility Hookups: Not Listed
Showers Available: Not Listed
Cost: Not Listed
Photo of the sign if there is one, or the yourself at the spot if there isn't. If you have camped rather than just visited then a photo of your tent/camper/swag would be nice as well, together with a description of your experience there.