20,000 acres of Lowcountry

It all starts with the land.

 

The land mass defined by these three historic rivers is secluded in the truest sense, and that is surely one of the reasons it remains so pristine today.

For more than a century, the Bluff has been known to a privileged few as one of the wildest and most beautiful places in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Here, amid spectacular natural beauty rich in wildlife, a diverse group of people will create their own legacy of living well by connecting to themselves, their families, one another and the wonders of nature.

Living in harmony with nature

Following Mother Nature's plan.

 

The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy incorporates environmental data and its ongoing conservation efforts into every site plan. That allows the Conservancy to maintain, manage and enhance the biodiversity at Palmetto Bluff. It's a project that, much like Mother Nature, will never stop.

With a vast outdoor classroom at our fingertips, we hope to be ambassadors to each of our owners, introducing them to this landscape in ways large and small, structured and informal. Tours, classes and workshops, programs, research and field trips are all available to facilitate this environmental learning process. Property owners and guests alike can take a wildlife educational class such as the Habitat Review Workshop to learn about the many wild species living at Palmetto Bluff. Here, you will learn about the wide variety of habitats - from swamps to fields - and their importance for wildlife and people.



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