Chapters & Centers

Silver Bluff Visitor Information

Silver Bluff Audubon Center & Sanctuary, with Wood Storks and Bald Eagles!

Visitors

The Silver Bluff Audubon Center & Sanctuary, nestled along 2.6 miles of the Savannah River, comprises approximately 3,250;acres of forests, fields, lakes, ponds, and streams that support a wide variety of wildlife, including over 200 species of birds, including;Wood Storks and Bald Eagles. Visitors enjoy a system of walking trails and special-event programming throughout the year, and can learn of the rich history of the property that featured visits by Spanish and English explorers, an 18th century trading post, and a Revolutionary War skirmish. 

     

Hours of operation:

Gates are open Monday—Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Visitor Center hours: TBA

   

Contact Silver Bluff:

 Paul Koehler
Center & Sanctuary Director
4542 Silver Bluff Rd.
Jackson, SC 29831
Phone: 803-471-0291

Fax: 803-471-3818

 

  

Directions

FROM I-95 OR EAST: Exit I-95 at Highway 78 (St. George exit) travelling west. Follow Highway 78 for about an hour and fifteen minutes and veer left onto Tinker Creek Rd (781). This road ends at a stop sign and you'll want to turn right onto Highway 278 (Williston Road). Follow this for a ways and turn left on Silver Bluff Rd, which will eventually transition into a well maintained dirt road. The visitor center and parking lot will be on your right.

FROM AUGUSTA OR THE WEST: Take Highway 28 (Sandbar Ferry Road) out of Augusta and veer right onto Highway 5 (Old Jackson Hwy). Turn left on Silver Bluff Road, which will eventually transition into a well maintained dirt road. The visitor center and parking lot will be on your right.

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