When you are trying to choose a hunting lodge South Carolina is an excellent destination for you, your family, or you and your buddies to have a fun time and an outstanding and uniquely memorable experience.
The best hunting is in Fairfax and the South Carolina Low Country, a region that wildlife biologists say contains “the best deer habitat in the world.” There are white-tailed deer, wild hog, wild boar, turkey, and bob white quail. You can schedule an individual type of hunt or a combination hunt, depending on your specific interests, the time of year for prime hunting, and the harvest rules.
Many customers experience a success rate of over 70 percent on bucks 2.5 years or older with an average of 8 points and 15 inches in width, and a like success rate on hogs. This might mean one week of deer hunting each in August, September, and December, and six weeks from early in October through mid-November. Hog hunting may be available every other weekend from January first through July first.
When you are looking for accommodations in the area, be sure to check with the Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge south of Fairfax close to the Savannah River right in that beautiful Low Country. For over 30 years, the lodge and the staff have provided high-quality services for guests that feature everything that is needed for an unforgettable hunting trip.
Since 1985, Cedar Knoll has implemented a program to manage the habitat together with a supplemental year-round feeding program that increases all types of wildlife and maintains one of the highest concentrations of quality deer in the United States, which exceeds 200 deer for every square mile. There has been an accumulative harvest number of 8,000 deer, thousands of quail, and 1,200 wild hogs since 1985.
The lodge’s 5,600 square feet contain fully furnished facilities that sleep 30 guests with private rooms available upon request, a great-room, a dining hall, a large game room, central heat and air conditioning, great food, warm Southern hospitality, and more. Adjacent is an RV park, camp fire, barbecue, pavilion, bath house, and game facilities.
A new 4,250 square foot Executive Lodge in 2016 is designed with three large private bed rooms, a large living room and family room with a fire place, a formal dining room, a swimming pool, and a lanai.