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Enjoy Cape Romain, South CarolinaThe Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge is one of South Carolina's most amazing and important natural areas. Located in Charleston County, it encompasses over 66,000 acres – including four barrier islands, two lighthouses, and the famed Boneyard Beach.
Established in 1932 as an avian sanctuary, Cape Romain features 277 known species of birds! It also serves as a protected home for many threatened and endangered animals, including South Carolina's State Reptile, the loggerhead sea turtle.
Cape Romain is accessible only by boat, but it's easy to take the ferry across. And since the refuge is located just 30 minutes from Charleston, it makes an ideal daytrip for you and your family and friends this summer. Indeed, it would be hard not to fall in love this magical place! It offers beauty plus a perfect mix of adventure and serenity.
If you go, please send us your Cape Romain photos for the South Carolina Picture Project! We especially need another shot of Boneyard Beach on Bulls Island!
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