Southern Escapes: Brays Island Plantation | Great Southern Destinations

Overlooking the historical Pocotaligo River, a restored plantation house sits on a high bluff overlooking the soothing river’s edge. This remarkable home is known as The Inn of Brays Island.

Exuding old southern charm, character and decor from earlier eras – it’s easy to see why The Inn is one of Brays Island’s gathering spots.

Brays Island Plantation – a southern utopia of whispering oak trees, prosperous tidal estuaries and 60 miles of horseback riding trails. This Lowcountry oasis is one of the South’s best kept secrets for hunting and sporting enthusiasts. Just about an hour’s drive from Hilton Head Island and Charleston, South Carolina – this privately owned plantation is comprised of 5,500 acres of lush natural beauty and abundant wildlife which creates the dreamy setting for this premier southern outdoor hunting community.

A truly unique residential sporting community of the Lowcountry, those who enjoy outdoor sporting will find Brays Island Plantation to be the South’s best undisclosed retreats for hunting deer, dove, pheasants, turkey and duck. In addition, Brays Island Plantation also offers trained hunting guides and pointing dogs for the best southern hunting experience. This plantation is also well known for their exclusive sporting clays course, designed by Holland and Holland, features fifteen stations and a practice station. The Brays Island Plantation Club House also features skeet, trap, five stand venues, rifle, pistol and archery ranges for an even more impressive listing of amenities.

Brays Island Plantation offers an incredible year-round fishery for fly or spin tackle. The ideal Lowcountry destination for fishing and hunting – come enjoy year-round redfish fishing as well as seasonal cobia, black drum, Spanish mackerel and much more. Located on the Pocotaligo River, their 20 miles of tidal estuaries creates perfect year-round fishing conditions. In addition, Southerners will especially love the opportunity to experience shrimping, crabbing, clam-digging and oyster gathering with one of Brays Island’s licensed guides.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect southern spot for hunting, shooting, fishing, horseback riding or simply a secluded Lowcountry refuge from the everyday grind – visit Brays Island Plantation. One of the South’s most unique diversions, this Island is worth visiting for a truly unique southern experience.

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