Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center

5200 Savannah Hwy

Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center

Eco-Tour/Nature WalkEnvironmental EducationWildlife Center/ZooBird and Wildlife Watching


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This is a 654-acre site rich in natural, cultural and historical resources. Once part of several rice plantations that flourished during the 1700’s and 1800’s, it was home to enslaved Africans who applied their technology and skills in agriculture to carve a series of rice fields out of this cypress swamp. There are also earthen dikes, remnant water control structures, and visible canals that contribute to the diversity of habitats of migratory waterfowl, songbirds, deer, otter, and alligators.

§ Hundreds of acres of intact former rice fields complete with quarter drains, canals, & water control structures.

§ 6.3 miles of interpretive trails including over 1200 feet of boardwalk wind through 9 different habitats.

§ Exhibit center and interpretive stops along trails

§ F. Lamar Wiley Learning Center features a classroom, wet lab, picnic area, and restrooms.

§ A variety of wildlife including alligators, turkeys, birds of prey.

§ Nature, History, and Environmental Education Programs for all ages and any type of group.

§ Wednesday and Saturday morning bird walks starting at 8:30 a.m. with a birding specialist. It is typical to see 45 - 60 different species. $5 per person or free for Gold Pass holders. No registration required.

843-889-8898 or 843-795-4386


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