Sewee Shell Mound Interpretive Trail
Interpretive loop trail through Francis Marion Park
The mystique surrounding this 1-mile-selfguided interpretive trail dates back 4000 years. The trail begins along a shady lane of trees, which opens into an area heavily infl uenced by the forces of nature and man. A large portion of the area was scarred by Hurricane Hugo and wildfire. It is a picture of land in recovery.
Featuring five interpretive stops and a 120-foot boardwalk overlooking a prehistoric shell ring, the trail offers breathtaking views of the salt marsh, tidal creek and Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway.
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