Things to Do Near Huger, SC

Natalie Wright


Huger may not be as well-known as other American cities, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth visiting. It’s a modest but lovely up-and-coming municipality you should at least pass through or stay around for a few days. This concealed destination will amaze you with exciting things to do and memorable sites to visit, from hiking trails to ziplining and boat rides.
 
You can easily spot the city when heading to Charleston or Myrtle Beach. Huger homes are close enough to these larger cities and afford more straightforward access to miles of trails and gorgeous natural scenery. Keep reading for a list of things to do in Huger and the surrounding area.

Ride along the Wambaw Cycle Trail (North Loop)


The Wambaw Cycle Trail is one of several great natural areas accessible to Huger residents. Drive US Highway 17 North to Steed Creek Road from Charleston to ride the Wambaw Cycle Trail (North Loop) (SC Route 133-S). Go five miles to Halfway Creek Road on the left (SC Route 98-S). Then, proceed six kilometers to the left to arrive at the Round Pond Cycle Trailhead. This sandy path runs through aromatic pine trees with sparkling hardwoods in the vegetation cover, creating a figure-eight motorbike and OHV route. Riders can see vernal ponds with bald cypress, turkeys, and white-tailed deer all along the course. This path was built for two-wheeled locomotives, although it can also support OHVs with a width of fewer than 50 inches.
 
User fees fund the Wambaw Cycle Trail and Trailhead—they’re $5 per OHV each day or $50 each person for every season. Authorities provide non-refundable seasonal permits to certain people at the Francis Marion Ranger District Office, but only they may use them. Volunteers who commit eight hours or more of trail working at approved trail work functions receive a free seasonal ticket.

Go hiking at Francis Marion National Forest


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Francis Marion National Forest covers almost 259,000 acres and provides various outdoor options, including hiking, biking, equestrian riding, motorbiking, and canoe routes. The forest also has rifle ranges, excellent camping spots, and a boat launch. Inside, you can find several species, such as the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. You’ll also enjoy cypress swamps, hiking trails, fishing lakes, picnic areas, and ATV routes bordered by palmettos.

Visit the Berkeley County Museum


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Local museums capture the spirit and rich culture of Huger and the surrounding areas. In Moncks Corner, about 18 miles from Huger, the Berkeley County Museum features a 5,600-square-foot, state-of-the-art exhibit structure, one of the area's most precious historical treasures, and an intriguing venue that spans 12,000 years of local history. It offers an exciting and dynamic overview of Berkeley County's remarkable heritage, covering historical eras like the Ice Age and the Revolutionary War.

Take part in equestrian activities


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Huger has an extensive equestrian community, where you can learn horseback riding, jumping, and other related skills. AMW Stables is an equestrian facility established in 2016 by Annie Walters and is the go-to spot for everything horse-related. This elite show stable specializes in training young riders and offers detailed one-on-one lessons in riding, showing, and jumping. Each course is catered to the specific needs of the individual pony or horse for the best chance at success. The facility also offers boarding, which includes a spacious, clean stall in a custom-built barn, feedings and supplements as prescribed, daily turnout, and blanketing for your horse.

Zipline through the trees


Ready for a treetop adventure? Located in the neighboring town of Awendaw, Charleston Zipline Adventures is Charleston’s only zipline park. Great for adventurers of all ages (there’s even a kid-friendly Koala Kid Zip Course!), you can make new high-flying memories above the canopies of this gorgeous area. This is also a fun-filled spot for a birthday party!

Enjoy fine dining in neighboring Mount Pleasant


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The area surrounding Huger is renowned for its excellent cuisine, energetic entertainment, and multicultural grille. With a diverse collection of Charleston's favorite dishes, including shrimp and grits, okra soup, fried seafood, and shrimp salad, restaurants in Huger and the surrounding Mount Pleasant neighborhood provide a casual, contemporary ambiance where one can enjoy delicious local delicacies.
 
One of the perks of owning Huger real estate is Huger's proximity to genuine Low Country cuisine. Whether you’re looking for a business or casual lunch, a peaceful meal, or a celebratory weekend up all night, the delectable fare, musical performances, and friendly locals will have you yearning to be back in town.

Visit the South Carolina Aquarium


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The South Carolina Aquarium houses approximately 6,000 incredible plants and animals. Only a short 35-mile drive from Huger, its 60 displays span South Carolina's five primary geographical locations. Explore marine species that dwell in the ocean or water-based species that live in the mountains. Within its aquatic settings, ranging from salt marshes to coastal plains, you’ll find a variety of marine species, such as an albino alligator.
 
Then there’s “Madagascar Journey,” where you can discover more about the island's creatures, 70% of whom are unique to Madagascar.
 
Meet the albino alligator, Alabaster, in the “Blackwater Swamp” section of the “Coastal Plains” exhibition. Their eyes are red, their scales are practically translucent, and they’re sensitive to light. Alabaster is a rare specimen since albino alligators have a short life expectancy in the wild. One of the aquarium's responsibilities is to protect Alabaster and other vulnerable species.
 
Instead of releasing sick or injured sea turtles into the wild, the aquarium’s sea turtle facility treats and rehabilitates them. You can learn more about various turtle species, including how the staff rehabilitates them.
 
Throughout the “Mountain Forest” exhibition, you can marvel at young otters playing in areas modeled after South Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains. Their forest exhibit features a waterfall with a stream of local fish, including trout. Pay heed as the mountain birds in the aviary sing for a fantastic delight.
 
Attend the mid-morning grazing of Atlantic stingrays and pelicans at the “Saltmarsh Aviary.” Near the exhibit, Gilligan's Shrimp Shack sells cups of shrimp for the stingrays. Finally, sit back and relax in the 4-D immersion cinema, but note that these screenings require an additional ticket.

Enjoy the scenery on the Wando River


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Right off the Cooper River near Huger is the Wando River, a tidewater river that features boat docks, popular riverside restaurants such as the Wando River Grill & Marina, and a variety of opportunities to explore the surrounding waters. You can take a leisurely cruise among the Daniel Island Ferry or explore the fun local activities, like blue crabbing and fishing.

Contact Real Estate House International for local real estate deals


If you’re intrigued by all that Huger has to offer and would like to make it your permanent home, reach out to Real Estate House International to get started on your adventure to this wonderful city. Our chief aim is affluence and empowerment, and our vehicle is real estate. We provide protection and tranquility to our clients by assisting them with any and all of their Huger real estate affairs. Get in touch with us today so we can help you find prime homes for sale in Huger.

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