Game fishing and hunting are big-time sports in South Carolina. Throughout the state, you’ll find quail plantations and hunting lodges, often with horseback riding, skeet shooting, fishing, and hiking. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources establishes hunting seasons and limits for various game animals, including when hunters can use bows, primitive weapons, firearms, or falconry.
The Intracoastal Waterway begs to be explored from Buck Hall boat launch on the Francis Marion, or perhaps you’d prefer to paddle, hunt or fish the three rivers on the Enoree Ranger District. Nine rifle ranges will help maintain your aim for hunting season. There are hiking trails, campgrounds and picnic areas, a human-made shell ring built 4000 years ago, fishing rodeos and waterfowl hunts, and an environmental education center.
Savannah Lakes Village has two 18-hole award-winning championship golf courses, carved from the rolling landscape wrapping Lake Thurmond, that offer unique challenges and breathtaking vistas. The community also offers activities such as boating and fishing, biking, hiking, swimming and tennis.