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Hunting Island State Park Visitors Guide

For semi-tropical fun in the sun visit Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina's most popular state park that's right next to Beaufort, SC. While there, you can go boating or paddling in the Harbor River or fishing in Johnson Creek, the lagoon or go surf fishing on the beach or from 1,120 foot pier into Fripp Inlet. There are picnic areas and a playground as well as opportunities for biking, bird watching or hiking the various trails throughout the park. You will also find the nature center a great way to get an up close look at the live animals that are indigenous to the area.

If you enjoy sleeping out under the stars, then make your reservation (1-866-345-PARK) for one of the camp sites near the ocean. The Hunting State Park offers 173 electrical and water hook-ups for RV and tent camping, and they have 10 trail sites for tent camping as well as a primitive camping area for groups up to 100 people.

2555 Sea Island Parkway
Beaufort, SC
Open: 6am-6pm





Winding Road Through Hunting Island State Park

Banner picture by K Hawkins
Lighthouse Picture by Savannah Grandfather