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  1. #1

    Aug 2006
    South Carolina
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    South Carolina MD club

    We have a club in the low country located in Summerville. Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings. See our website. lowcountrymetaldetectingclub.com

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    us
    Aug 2011
    Southwest Florida
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    Re: South Carolina MD club

    Will be visiting Edisto Beach the middle of September. Are there any restrictions for metal detecting on the beach? Appreciate any info you can give me on this.

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    Oct 2011
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    Re: South Carolina MD club

    Quote Originally Posted by baywalker
    Will be visiting Edisto Beach the middle of September. Are there any restrictions for metal detecting on the beach? Appreciate any info you can give me on this.
    Hey Baywalker

    i have md'd there b4, but i took this from the chamber site,


    Metal detecting is permitted on the public sandy portion of the beach, but do not expand the search area to any of the dunes. Our beaches are fragile and erosion has been a problem in some areas. Walking, disturbing sea oats, or digging in the dunes is prohibited. If your search should be near the State Park property we understand metal detecting is not permitted but you should confirm these policies with them. All of the plantations and historical sites are on private property and thus no metal detecting can be done without the owners’ permission. There is one business (Addam's Artifacts and Relic Hunting Adventures, 843-889-6073) that has access to some private property for these purposes. You may want to contact them for further details.

  4. #4

    Aug 2006
    South Carolina
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    Re: South Carolina MD club

    Edisto Beach, Folley Beach, Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms beaches are all open to Metal Detecting. As coastal sc hunter said, the dunes etc. are off limits. There is plenty of access points to the beach w/o walking on the dunes. Hey coastal sc hunter, if your in the Charleston area, come on up to Summerville on the first Saturday for one of our meetings.

    summerville joe

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    us
    Oct 2011
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    Re: South Carolina MD club

    Quote Originally Posted by Summerville Joe
    Edisto Beach, Folley Beach, Sullivans Island and Isle of Palms beaches are all open to Metal Detecting. As coastal sc hunter said, the dunes etc. are off limits. There is plenty of access points to the beach w/o walking on the dunes. Hey coastal sc hunter, if your in the Charleston area, come on up to Summerville on the first Saturday for one of our meetings.

    summerville joe
    that sounds good Joe, please PM me with info, id like to be involved with an active group here in this area.

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    Nov 2012
    Fredericktown
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    Summerville Joe I'm in Charleston and I'd love to join the group. 8433644326. My name is Mel

 

 

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