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All reviews driving tour botany bay dead trees beautiful beach high tide half mile walk on tuesdays bring water natural beauty boneyard beach dirt road parking area wild beach step back in time live oaks worth the trip salt marsh
We did the driving tour and it was interesting but we did not see any wild life unfortunately. It was pretty, but the highlight for us was the beach. You park and then walk on a path about 10 min. You do not need tennis...More
There are now two sights to see and experience in and around Charleston that are free and and yet so magical that you will want to at least rate them on this site. ANGEL OAK is just a big tree right? No, the feeling, the...More
Not on the "main drag" this beach is a photographer's dream. More shells, downed trees in surf, and driftwood than I've ever seen on any other beach. Just for looking and wading, surf is way too rough to swim, and shells can't be collected. At...More
The Botany Bay Preserve is a bit of a hidden gem off the beaten path, especially since the path/road to get there is really bumpy... But once there, the experience was well worth the time and rumbling. Location has two major sections that you can...More
I do not recall if the beach access had particular hours separate from the rest of the preserve, but the Botany Bay area is supposed to be open from sunrise to sunset on the days that they are open. Believe that they open... More
I do not recall if the beach access had particular hours separate from the rest of the preserve, but the Botany Bay area is supposed to be open from sunrise to sunset on the days that they are open. Believe that they open ½ hour before sunrise and after sunset so visitors can watch them.
Agree with Howard that calling may be the best confirmation, though.