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Lowcountry Outdoor Treasure
Abundant and diverse wildlife!
As easy on the feet, as it is on the eyes!
We are going to be transplanting hundreds of perennial wildflowers on March 26th 9am to 12pm
The park has several trails on which visitors can take self guided walks. If you would prefer a private guided tour, we are offering those as well.
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Roxbury Park is home to the Least Killifish, the smallest species of fish in North America, and one of the smallest vertebrates in the world. Read more here.
Also known as Red Maple, this is one of the soft maples, and is abundant around the upper freshwater pond. Swamp Maples are on of the earliest trees to bloom in the park, and provide beautiful colors for several months out of the year (flowers, then seeds, and the leaves in the fall). When in bloom (now through February) look for warblers in the tops of these trees.
Check out this recording of a strange sounding creature that was heard in the swamp at thesoutheast corner of the park. Turns out that it was nothing more than a "variant call" of a female Wood Duck.
Ace Basin NWR - 3.5 miles
Dungannon Heritage Plantation - 11.3 miles
Botany Bay Plantation - 13.5 miles
Caw Caw Interpretive Center - 14.3 miles
Donnelly WMA - 21.7 miles
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens - 27 miles
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Bird Feed &
It's always cool seeing dolphins at Roxbury Park, but what about when three pair come into the cove right next to the cottage to feed . . . and a Bald Eagle flies in to check things out. Now don't expect to see this on every visit, but you never know what you're going to see at Roxbury Park!
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