This is one of our favorite places to visit. It's a small fishing village with big charm. The streets are lined with ancient live oaks dripping with Spanish moss. One of the trees on Oak St. is 1000 years old. Judging from the size of the others they must average 500 yrs.
See Duane for dockage at Leland Marine's floating dock. From there it is a short walk to anywhere in town. Our favorite seafood restaurant TW Graham & Company is just a few blocks away. There are many beautiful historic houses. Here is the first thing you see when you turn right out of water St coming from the marina.
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Located within view of the ICW on Jeremy Creek and accessible directly from the Atlantic by way of Cape Romaine McClellanville is a beautiful spot to visit.
The "Chapel of Ease"
1000 year old Deerhead Oak