AAA Editor Notes
Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge, 23734 US 1, is 46,000 acres of forest, streamside, pond and open-field habitats supporting nearly 200 species of birds, deer and other wildlife. Sand dunes forming a line from Cheraw to North Augusta are the remains of an ancient coastline that once extended into the middle of the state.
The refuge has 1- and 5-mile hiking trails, an automobile route, observation towers and approximately 310 acres of fishing waters.
Picnicking is permitted.