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Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge

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Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge

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Segway Extended Eco Discovery Tour at Honey Horn (2 hours)
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Segway Extended Eco Discovery Tour at Honey Horn (2 hours)

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Travelers of all ages can see more of the lush Honey Horn landscapes in less time with this Hilton Head Island Segway adventure. Meet-up with your group, and follow your guide to explore this 70-acre (28.3-hectare) preserve. Marvel at meadows, glide along the trails and boardwalks, and check out the oldest tree in South Carolina. Along the way, you might even spot a few alligators lounging in the sunshine.
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Davis Fisher wrote a review Dec 2020
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Pinckney Island is a must see on each visit to Hilton Head. There are multiple options for hiking. You can spend just a couple of hours or an entire day. So far we have been twice. Each time we saw an alligator. There are also lots of birds and butterflies. We have not been able to spot any turtles on the island yet, but hopefully we will at some point in the future.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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alltravellvr wrote a review Dec 2020
Ohio296 contributions157 helpful votes
On our way to explore Bluffton, we saw the sign and decided to stop. So glad we did. Very relaxing place, even with many visitors. We walked the short round trip to Ibis Pond, enjoyed the informative placards along the way, and moved at our own pace. Saw three alligators, lots of turtles, numerous ibis, grey herons, a bald eagle, and many other birds I can’t name. Views across the marshlands were expansive and pretty. The only thing that would have made our trip better was binoculars. Note: there are no restrooms or water, so be prepared.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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RandiFayeC wrote a review Dec 2020
Longwood, Florida955 contributions257 helpful votes
We used Google maps to find the trail head - ha ha - we were directed to a gated community. The guard gave us directions - take the bridge that goes off the island and make a right at the start of the bridge. Really nice natural area to hike/bike. Unfortunately we did not have a great visit because it was very cold and windy - only did the walk out/back to the pond. Would love to come back another day. Ample parking but no restrooms.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jugglenut wrote a review Dec 2020
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This place is awesome, but if you want to see all of it in a day, you'll need a bike. There are 18 miles of trails with ponds and great views in several places throughout. You can see a variety of wildlife in their natural settings.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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podrozniczka60 wrote a review Dec 2020
New Jersey13,417 contributions3,398 helpful votes
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Very interesting somewhat unexpected island wildlife refuge. Good for bikers but great for hikers. You access it from the highway 278 bridge so it is somewhat awkward to bike there from the Hilton Head island biking trail system but if you can bring your bikes with you Pinckney Island is perfect for bicycling. The entrance is free. You have to be aware there is no visitors center or facilities so plan accordingly. We explored it on foot. The surface varied. Walking on sand was more pleasant than on pebbles. The hiking trails are quite expansive here but there are milestone locations you can explore on your way. Do not miss ibis pond. On our way we saw numerous white ibis, herons, and egrets and rich flora. The island has a long history of human settlements since prehistoric times.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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