Audubon's Silver Bluff Sanctuary

Photo: Marylyn McLeod

South Carolina history meets the great outdoors . . . 

Audubon’s Silver Bluff Sanctuary is a 3,400-acre woodland overlooking the Savannah River.  Here you’ll find extensive pine forests and bottomland hardwood forests; 22 miles of horse and walking trails; 50 acres of lakes and ponds; 100 acres of grassland; and all manner of birds and wildlife.  And that’s just above ground — underfoot are archaeological sites from nearly every period in American history.

Visiting Silver Bluff is FREE, but we do charge for private tours and special events.