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Buck Run Hunting Lodge is located in Hampton County. They offer whitetail deer hunting on 7,500 acres of private property. They offer six bedrooms, four baths smoke free and provide central heat/air and TV's/ VCRs. They also offer Turkey and Hog hunting.

Location: 580 Bens Road, Estill South Carolina 29918 Telephone 803-625-3791 Fax 803-625-0525

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Statesboro) Aldred's Trellis Garden Inn
(Beaufort) Battery Creek Inn
(Estill) Buck Run Hunting Lodge
(Ehrhardt) Cinnamon Ridge Hunting Lodge
(Beaufort) Comfort Inn
(Hilton Head Island) Coral Resorts

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