There are few other habitats in South Carolina that are as vital and abundant as the wetlands. With a total of 4.6 million acres, the wetlands cover approximately 24% of the surface area of the state. One of the most valuable ecosystems belonging to this group are South Carolina's swamps.
Swamps | From the Sky
Swamps | From the Sky


Most swamps in South Carolina are found on the coastal plain, a region covering 20,000 square miles between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sandhills. A common type of swamp in this area are known as...