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    South Carolina BUck Hall Campground

    Has anyone been ?

    Hammock friendly ?
    and are there tree's to hang from?
    don't see to many photo's.


    Thank you in advance

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    Hmm...I've been interested in this place as well...unfortunately I don't know anything about it...will do some research.

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    If you go to this site:

    http://www.reserveamerica.com/campgr...&parkCode=bhra

    there are some general pictures, info, reservations...then if you click on the "campground map" tab at the top, then click on each site there are pictures of each site. Unfortunately, it's booked for Saturday night. :-(

    Also, here a link to the Google aerial map: https://maps.google.com/maps?oe=utf-...d=0CIEBEPwSMAM

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    Was there 3 years ago. Not many trees at all. Use at your own risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwbybld View Post
    Was there 3 years ago. Not many trees at all. Use at your own risk.
    that's what i thought

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    sounds like a turtle dog hang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahhhgladius View Post
    sounds like a turtle dog hang.
    Yep. And everyone would need a stand. No thanks. I like more trees. For shade and looks.

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    The pictures definitely showed there aren't many trees...maybe one or two people could hang if on the right camp site.

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