Friday, October 8-Hobcaw Barony, Georgetown



This two-hour tour requires little walking and includes highlights of Hobcaw Barony’s 16,000 acres of history, ecology, and research. A privately owned research reserve, the property represents every environment and century of the lowcountry. The bus stops for a tour inside Bernard Baruch’s c.1930 home that played host to politicians, generals, and newspapermen, as well as Winston Churchill and President Franklin Roosevelt. In addition to Hobcaw House, tours include a drive by the home and stables of Bellefield Plantation, the home of Mr. Baruch’s oldest daughter Belle Baruch who owned all the property by 1956, as well as a stop in Friendfield Village, the last 19th century slave village on the Waccamaw Neck. Information shared will include coastal ecosystems, native wildlife, and endangered species. Departing noon. Activity Level 2

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