Wood Widgeon Sportsman Camp

10 sites – 5 with electricity and 5 primitive, catfish farm, fish pond, cabins, separate bathhouse, limited food service, deer processing, creek fishing available to Wood Wigeon campers.

Located on State Road 68 off Rt. 283 (1 mile east of SC28/US221) in Plum Branch.

(864) 443-5348

White Creek Hunting Lodge

Turkey, deer and upland bird hunts. Trained dogs available.

Located at 1946 Hwy. 823 in Mt. Carmel.

(864) 391-5941

Designated Hunting Areas

The Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) were initiated in the 1950’s in Edgefield and McCormick Counties by South Carolina. The WMA program has approximately 1.4 million acres currently available. The major portions of the WMA lands in South Carolina are in the Old 96 District: the Central Piedmont Hunt Unit (Laurens County) and the Western Piedmont Hunt Unit (Abbevile, Edgefield, Greenwood and McCormick Counties). Non-hunters are asked to remember that only US Forest Service lands and those areas marked “WMA” are open to the public.

Sumter National Forest

Located in portions of Abbeville, Edgefield and Greenwood Counties and most of McCormick County, this natural area provides many recreational and sporting opportunities. For information call the US Forest Service at (803) 637-5396.