Pine Island Unit Trails

Trail Activities: t

  • Walk
  • Hike
  • Bike


6.62 miles





Difficulty: Easy

Trail Features: t

  • Parking
  • Water Launch
  • Pets
  • No Fee
  • No Camping
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Key species to look for are the LeConte’s sparrow (winter), rusty blackbird (winter/spring), and American alligator. Visitor access on Pine Island is limited to foot and bicycle traffic only on approximately four miles of roads. A primitive boat launch area is provided for small boats, canoes, and kayaks.

Refuge trails and grounds are open daily from sunrise to sunset at Pine Island and Dingle Pond.


The Pine Island Unit is located near 1040 Dingle Pond Road, Summerton, SC 29148, and is 4.5 miles off I-95, exit 102

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USFWS: Santee National Wildlife Refuge |  2125 Fort Watson RoadSummerton,SC29148-8638 | (803) 478-2217 |

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Lat: 33.48308864800003
Long: -80.34918456699995