McClellanville – McClellanville, South Carolina

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The small coastal village of McClellanville offers one of South Carolina’s most beautiful day trips. This unique and historic community is a perfect place to explore quietly with a friend.

McClellanville Sign

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A good spot to start your visit would be to park at the end of Pinckney Street next to the boat landing. If you happen to be there on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, be sure to stop in the Village Museum, which has a variety of exhibits on local history. It is located right next the boat landing and town hall.

Jeremy Creek

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Jeremy Creek has always been the center of activity in this historic fishing community. The creek empties out into the Intracoastal Waterway at the edge of the village.

T.W. Grahams Seafood Restaurant

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T.W. Grahams & Co. is McClellanville’s long-standing local restaurant and a favorite amongst visitors and residents alike.

McClellanville House

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Located on Pinckney Street, which is McClellanville’s principal road, this house evokes the feeling we got as we walked around. The grand oaks, open spaces, and quiet streets make for a peaceful and inviting setting. McClellanville has a wealth of historic homes, and you can see a sampling of them here:

Historic McClellanville

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Historic McClellanville SC

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McClellanville Info

Address: Pinckney Street, McClellanville, SC 29458

McClellanville Map

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2 Comments about McClellanville

Bob CarterNo Gravatar says:
September 3rd, 2014 at 1:18 pm

I would love to buy some shrimp off the shrimp boat. Are there any places there where I can purchase shrimp from a boat?

Paul W Colgate, SrNo Gravatar says:
July 21st, 2013 at 5:30 pm

I am retired and live in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I have always loved American history. When we moved here from Richmond, Virginia, in 1967, I expected every square foot of ground to be history. Sadly, now, I have the opportunity to explore SC history, but I need clean, modern accommodations nearby for health reasons and requirements. I love “the War against Northern Aggression” periods and am also a Colonial nut. I’m ready to go, I just need an intelligent agenda to go by. I sure hope ya’ll can help me.

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