PINCKNEY ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
More than 14 miles of gravel roads and grass trails wind through Pinckney Island, providing visitor access to a wide range of habitats, including salt marsh, forestland, brushland, fallow fields and freshwater ponds.
All good things are wild and free.
– HENRY DAVID THOREAU
Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge is a 4,000-acre preserve located between the two bridges to Hilton Head Island. It’s open free of charge sunrise through sunset daily.