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The Black River Cypress Preserve is a 1,000-acre privately-owned nature preserve in Georgetown County, less than four miles from Andrews, SC on Highway 41. Since January 2020, we have been welcoming visitors to hike, bird watch, kayak, picnic, or simply spend quality time in the beauty and solitude of nature.



Currently, we are constructing new parking areas, visitor’s center, and trailhead access points and will not be open to the public until most of the construction is complete near the end of the summer.


Keep an eye on this website and our social media channels before making the trip to the Cypress Preserve to get the latest updates on our public open days.

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Scheduled group outings


Group outings are a great way to enjoy the Cypress Preserve. Groups can choose to host small meetings and gatherings or schedule guided hikes or paddle trips. See more information on group outings here. Reservations are required, and fees may apply. 


To make a group reservation or for more information, contact us.



For the fun and safety of everyone, visitors must comply with the following Cypress Preserve guidelines.


  • No pets, other than leashed service animals

  • No bikes

  • No golf carts or ATVs

  • No glass bottles

  • No smoking

  • No collection of plants or animals. This includes collecting wildflowers or other wild plants and their seeds, collecting mushrooms, and otherwise removing or damaging any plants or trees

  • No firearms or other concealed weapons

  • No metal detecting

  • No feeding wildlife