I visited on February 15 and 16, 2017. The walkway to the beach is still closed due to the Hurricane last fall. Even with the beach access close it is still well worth the visit. I went through several times on my visit and each time I saw something new. The wildlife is abundant . If you like Bird watching... 更多
We visited on January 28, 2017 and unfortunately the storm has washed out the causeway and the beach. The ride through the historical area is still available and worth your time.
You cannot access Botany Bay Beach (the maritime forest) any more due to the washing out of the little bridge over the little babbling creek. The folks at FEMA will take forever to repair this simple structure. In the meantime don't promise your family a walk in a beautiful maritime forest because it ain't going to happen. The rest of... 更多
We visited during the summer and loved it here. I actually enjoyed the driving through more than the beach (which I've read is currently inaccessible due to the bridge leading to it being washed out.) A shame to hear but I'd go here again just to ride through and observe everything. We brought the kids here as we're all nature... 更多
This beach is a photographer's dream. Amazing. Amazing history. Hard to realize how far the sea has come in from where the original buildings and wharf was. We did the whole drive through the property to.
What a neat place! Bring a bike and ride around on the short trails near stop #3 (where the Ice House and Gardener's Shed are located), which take you over to the marsh. Sadly, the bridge to the beach was washed out from Hurricane Matthew, but we look forward to seeing it when it is repaired. Excellent bird watching all... 更多
First time to this place. Great place if you are a bird watcher or just like nature. It's mainly a driving tour with places to stop & see plantation ruins as well as marsh. Hurricane Matthew washed away the bridge to beach. It is DNR land so during hunting season there are dove hunts, but didn't see any on a... 更多
...and a bit eerie at the same time. Lots of shells and trees along the high water line in various stages of decay, due to beach erosion over time. You don't have to be a history buff to see how a real working plantation was laid out. Just know that you will need to be willing to walk a couple... 更多
We love to return each visit. Plantation ruins, history and the beautiful preserved natural beach. Pick up the shells, look and then leave them!