Surrounded by the Francis Marion National Forest and the Cape Roman Wildlife Refuge, the coastal fishing village of McClellanville is centrally located between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. Due to the location of the city, McClellanville has managed to avoid over-development and urban sprawl. Yet, despite the slower pace and location, the city is far from isolated. In addition to being located conveniently near to larger cities, Mount Pleasant is 30 miles away and the City of Georgetown is 25 miles to the north. Read more
Those who are interested in a home in McClellanville will find plenty of options available. Every home within the village offers easy access to the Francis Marion National Forest, which boasts canoe and kayak launches along the river, hiking trails and motor vehicle trails. Hunting is popular among residents, as is participation in a variety of different types of water-based recreation. The village is also home to the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge and all of the wildlife viewing opportunities it provides.
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