What one will find when driving along historic and scenic SC 46
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c. River Access
g. Forested Wetlands
h. Abundance of plant and animal life
a. Large Trees, Canopies
a. 3 1⁄2 Rails to Trails walking trail from the New River north along the Jones estate which connects to 170 near the Bluffton Parkway.
Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Parks and Picnic areas
a. Establishing a park on the south side of the Jones Tract.
b. Linear Park near Buckwalter Parkway
c. Three parks within the “Town of Bluffton” with a new park being developed by the Oyster Plant.
Fishing on the pier and public boat dock.
a. Proposed golf course in the Jones Tract Development and numerous other golf courses in close proximity.
Boating on the New River
Kayaking / Ecotourism tours
a. The entire SC 46 Corridor from US 170 to the downtown area has been designated a bicycle route with a 3 to 4 foot paved shoulder on both sides of the road used by both pedestrians and bicyclists.
Historic Homes and Churches within the Village
History Museum within a home built prior to the Civil War
There are many other treasures along SC 46 including:
a. The old cannery building, the old post office and a number of historic homes actually visible when driving down SC 46
Artisans and Crafters
a. Praise House, churches and more.
Other thirty significant sites recorded along SC 46 with over 120 sites documented within 200 ft.
Architectural Significance especially within the “Village”
a. Welcome Center
e. Eco-tourism guided tours
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