1 Great Egret Snowy Egret Bufflehead Ducks Tricolored Heron Night Heron PORT ROYAL. Cypress Wetlands and Historic Walking Trails NORTH. Cypress wetland Watershed Waterflow Direction Black Willow Beautyberry Berries Cypress wetland Water Oak Red Maple YOU ARE The Cypress Wetlands Ribaut Road HERE. ACCESSIBLE. ENTRANCE. Port Royal Key/Locations le C i rc Richmond Ave Pa rri Cypress Wetlands k s Av rci Walking Tour Stops de e #. Edinburgh Ave Columbia Ave W. e Fr 18th St and Fort 1. Carpenter's House Paris Ave 22. 2. 709 Paris Avenue 17th St Historic Walking 3. 4. Town Hall Appleton/Metcalf Store Cypress Wetlands includes the red maple, willow and buttonbush Wetlands at the north end, with two nesting 5. Customs House islands in the middle. The secluded Wetlands provide a d Trails oa lR.
2 32 refuge for birds and other wildlife. Please minimize noise, 6. The Port of Port Royal Madrid Ave el Sh 16th St 16th St 16th St use trailhead trash cans, and take only pictures, and 7. The Sands Beach ld leave only footprints.. O. 8. Scheper Sr. House 15th St 9. Scheper House Richmond Ave 33 10. Eichberg House 14th St 14th St 11. Appleton House 26 23. London Ave 12. 906 9th Street 13th St 13th St 21 13. Scheper House 27. 24. LEGEND. 14. 904 9th Street 20. 25 12th St Parks and Historic Loop ( miles) 15. Port Royal Buoy Park 12th St Cypress wetland Loop ( mile) 16. Harter Houses 30. 31. wetland 17. 1003 London Avenue 11th St 18. 19. 29 28 18. Tea House 17 Overlooks 19. Gullah Monument Five boardwalks give one great views of the flora and 10th St fauna of the Wetlands . On the Richmond Ave.
3 Overlook 1. Boardwalks 20. Art Deco House Paris Ave 16 and the 1000' main boardwalk, get close to colonial 21. Duck Blind 15 nesting waterbirds in the spring, and see wading birds, 10 11 13 12 14. Amphitheater 22. Richmond Overlook ducks, and other wildlife throughout the year. The 23. Live Oak Park/Oyster Shed Wetlands flow south under a small bridge to bald Cypress 2. 8th St ACCESSIBLE. Handicap Entrance (behind police station) 24. Elementary School and tupelo swamps downstream. The wetland between 9 8 ENTRANCE. 15th and 14th Streets has the oldest and tallest bald Ba 3. 25. Jernigan House Cypress trees in the area, and an interior boardwalk with t Salt marsh areas te 7th St Sand Beach Ro 26. 1115 14th Street benches. ry 4 5 ad Historic Walking Tour Stops 27. Friends of Caroline Hospice Cr #.
4 Ee 6 28. Edmunds Boarding House k Picnic Areas 29. Shrimp Docks/Blue Channel 30. The Union Church 31. 1103 Paris Avenue Please note that the mile trail around the 34 32. Anchor Park wetland is a combination of boardwalk, paved 33. 15th Street wetland trail, and roadside pedestrian and bike trail. 34. Observation Tower/Boardwalk There is no water available along Trails , but water is available at the restroom area at the 7 iver You can view our interactive Town Hall and can be purchased from vendors tR Historic Walking Tour Map via the Town's for website at: in the area. au Be Images by: Along Richmond Ave. and 12th St., Duck Blind's tidal and Applied Technology & Management, Inc., Dept. freshwater ponds support many species of fish, ducks, of Agriculture, and Fish and Wildlife Service.
5 And wading birds. There is a bench along the causeway NOTE: Public parking is provided along Paris Avenue and on Richmond Avenue near the YMCA, along the road, and at the parking lot at Sands SM. dividing the ponds, a picnic table at the park along 11th Beach. Please respect the privacy of residents adjacent to the trail and in the Historic homes. Thank you! (Restrooms are available at the Town APPLIED TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT. Street. Walking along the marsh, one can venture south to the towering overlook on the river boardwalk. Along Hall on the corner of 7th Street and Paris Avenue from 8-5 Monday through Friday.) the water, one can see dolphins, raptors, wading birds, shore birds, and river otters, and enjoy the sandy beach.