About Awendaw And McClellanville
The Town of Awendaw was named for the Sewee Indian Tribe that once lived in the area. This beautiful area has been inhabited for more than 4,000 years. Awendaw is a community located 15 miles north of on Highway 17. The Francis Marion National Forest and the Buck Hall Recreational Area have preserved much of the area and its rich history. On August 18, 1992, the Town of Awendaw was established. Since the original annexation, the town has grown steadily and today about 2,000 residents enjoy true southern living in Awendaw and McClellanville.
The Town's history can be observed in the historic buildings, churches and cemeteries. These structures are an important part of the Town's charm and help maintain the small town, rural character of Awendaw. Each fall the Town of Awendaw holds the Blue Crab Festival, which features local blue crabs caught in the waters of the Town. The festival draws seafood lovers from the entire state to the Town to enjoy steamed or deep-fried blue crabs and other Lowcountry favorites, such as Frogmore Stew. Boating, fishing and swimming Awendaws' Intracoastal shores and waterways bring endless entertainment to its home owners.
Bulls Bay Golf Club draws golfers from all over the area. The surrounding neighborhood offers some of the most prestigous homes for sale in the Awendaw area.
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