Located in Clarendon County, SC.
Official web for the Santee National Wildlife Refuge
Cuddo is the easternmost unit of the Santee National Wildlife Refuge. Here you will find some excellent places for hiking and off-road cycling. Numerous dirt roads run throughout the unit. A few of them are open to automobiles, while the rest are only for hikers and cyclists. You can see plenty of wetlands and crop fields, plus get some nice views of Lake Marion.
Features and Facilities
Hours of Operation
- January to February, 7:00a-5:00p
- March to September, 6:00a-8:00p
- October to December, 7:00a-5:00p
Admission or Parking Fee
How to Get There
Take I-95 to exit #108 and go south 2.7 kilometers (1.7 miles) on Buff Blvd. (#102). Turn left onto Bill Davis Road (#127) and go east 3.3 km. (2.0 mi.). Turn right onto William Brunson Road (#559) and go southeast 5.7 km. (3.5 mi.) to the end of the road. Turn right and go south 0.7 km. (0.4 mi.) to the end of the road. Turn right onto Log Jam Road (#260) and go west a short distance, and the entrance will be on the left.
Latitude 33.5263, Longitude -80.2855
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