How do I get to Cape Romain?

The Bulls Island Ferry runs year-round, taking passengers to Bulls Island from Garris Landing in Awendaw. Following a 30-minute ecotour through Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, the Ferry docks at Bulls Island and passengers depart to explore the island on their own.

Where is Cape Romain located?

South Carolina
About Us. Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge stretches 22 miles along the coast of South Carolina. Cape Island to the north, is located offshore from the town of McClellanville and Bulls Island, the southernmost island, is off the mainland from the town of Awendaw.

Can you go to Cape Romain lighthouse?

Four times each year, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge offers a tour to Lighthouse Island where you can view two historic lights built in 1827 and 1857, respectively.

Can you drive on Bull Island?

Bull Island is located between Dublin and Howth. There is no longer drive-on access to the beach. The island can be accessed by cars either via the Bull Bridge (aka Wooden Bridge) or the causeway. Parking is permitted on the causeway but on the beach parking is now restricted to a small area adjacent to the Bull Wall.

How many islands does South Carolina have?

With 198 miles exposed to the Atlantic Ocean and more than 500,000 acres of coastal marshes, South Carolina is a liquid paradise with deep ties to the sea. Sixteen barrier islands guard the Carolina shore like sentinels of old, protecting the mainland from hurricanes and severe storms.

Can you drive onto Bull Island?

Can you camp on Bulls Island SC?

Note: Pets and camping are not allowed on Bulls Island.

Can you swim at Bull Island?

Bull Island, Clontarf Bull Island caters for all – it’s a good option for nervous swimmers as the water isn’t too deep and more adventurous swimmers can take part in kitesurfing or windsurfing. You can relax and dip at Bull Island while enjoying a faraway view of the iconic Poolbeg Chimneys.

How long is Bull Island Walk?

Try this 5.6-mile loop trail near Clontarf, County Dublin. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 58 min to complete.