Visiting This One Beach In South Carolina Is Like Experiencing A Dream

The beach at Botany Bay Plantation is two deliciously undeveloped miles of breathtaking shoreline along the South Carolina coast. Included in the 2500 acres that make up the Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area, this protected beach is unlike any other in the Palmetto State.

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Have you been to this unforgettable beach in South Carolina? We’d love to know and to see your photos in our comments on Facebook!

Dec. 22, 2016 Hurricane Matthew status of beach access: The South Carolina DNR is working to replace the bridge that provides access to this magical beach in South Carolina. Until the bridge is replaced the only way to get to the beach is if you have a boat, canoe or kayak. At last report, SCDNR was waiting for funds to be allocated to replace the bridge. Botany Bay Plantation and Botany Bay Road are accessible.

For more dreamy spots in South Carolina here are 9 Marvels In South Carolina That Must Be Seen To Be Believed.