Tillman Sand Ridge Heritage Preserve and B-C Landing
Located in Jasper County, SC.
The preserve and landing are managed by SC DNR: Official web site
This location serves as a Heritage Preserve and as a Wildlife Management Area. It is also listed as one of the state's Wildlife Viewing Areas. It protects endangered species such as the gopher tortoise, while also providing some recreational activities. Hiking along the preserve's nature trails, you can see plenty of natural features such as palm fronds and cypress knees. Note that there are no markings along the trails, except for the signs at the entrance road.
The B&C Landing allows you to launch small boats onto a canal which leads to the Savannah River, although it may be difficult to get boats down the canal when water levels are low. A very primitive campsite is located near the boat ramp.
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How to Get There
Take I-95 to exit #21 and go west on SC #336 for 13.4 kilometers (8.3 miles), into the Tillman community. Continue west on road #119 for 7.5 km. (4.7 mi.), then turn left onto road #201, which leads into the preserve. The boat ramp is at the end of the road, and the nature trail starts shortly before you reach the end of the road.
Latitude 32.48536, Longitude -81.20715 [PK478]
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