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Bishop Jerdan Conference Center
96%
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294 reviews
· Mc Clellanville, South Carolina
77 acres
15 sites
15 Caravan/Tent
The Bishop Jerdan Conference Center is owned by the Reformed Episcopal Church Diocese of the Southeast.  Nature Adventures Outfitters has partnered with the Church Diocese to manage the land.  This land once was a village for the Sewee Native Americans that lived along the waterfront from Buck Hall Recreation Area up along Awendaw Creek.  During the Plantation era it was a part of Walnut Grove Plantation owned by the Doar Family.  Walnut Grove Plantation was a working plantation until the early 1900's.  The Reformed Episcopal Church aquired it in 1960's.  The waterfront camping area used to house a Conference Center and Chapel, however, in 1989 Hurricane Hugo destroyed the buildings on the waterfront (all the stone picnic tables, basketball court, and swings survived the storm).  The current Conference Center was build in the 1990's. 
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Mc Clellanville, South Carolina, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Jay G.Joined in March 2021
96%
387 Ratings · 294 reviews
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Tait C.recommends
October 3, 2022
Site 15 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
We had an absolute blast. Host was very helpful and communicative.
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Amy E.recommends
October 3, 2022
Site 5 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
Magic
The most magical spot. Thank you for sharing it.
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Mp M.recommends
September 27, 2022
Site 1 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
In all my years of camping, this is one of my favorite places I've ever stayed! It's ideally located along the waterway. Other than the occasional passing boat, the only sounds were those provided by nature. While some other sites at the campground have more open views of the water, this site (#1) is the best match for a privacy lover like me. A live oak and grove of palmettos separates it from the rest of the sites. Jay provided everything I needed to know prior to my arrival. When I stopped by the conference center/restroom area, I met Megan who was very friendly and welcoming. I highly recommend this site for anyone who wants a peaceful, scenic getaway!
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Annmarie D.recommends
September 26, 2022
Site 4 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
Beautiful views. Lots of fun common space amenities.
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Nathan P.recommends
September 26, 2022
Site 13 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
Great Location! We enjoyed it a lot. Jay was excellent at communicating, the sites are clean, the firewood we purchased was also well seasoned and burned great, the showers were hot, the trash cans were regularly emptied. I'm not sure what else to ask for! There were lots of activities going on we didn't get involved in but I know they offer kayak rentals, fishing, and there were larger group activities as well. The reviews were heard from fellow campers were very positive. If we are visiting the area again we'll return.
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Quentin P.
September 25, 2022
Site 5 - Nature Adventures Outfitters
Minimal privacy
We were located at site #5. View for sunrise and sunset were absolutely beautiful. Management checked in on us in the evening (around 6PM) before heading out for the night which was a nice gesture. Minimal privacy with close to no silence. Quietest time during waking hours was 7am-8AM. Very poor experience with other sites. Dogs off leash running in our site disrupting our time. Management was able to get this solved fortunately. Dogs barking throughout the evening as well as in the morning. The site across from us were playing music, singing, and talking until about 1130PM. I messaged management at 1030PM and never heard back about this specific issue.
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