Widgeon Point Preserve is a beautiful park consisting of 162 acres of mixed pine-hardwood forest, maritime forest, and salt marsh along the Broad River.
We will walk the 0.7-mile hiking loop that travels through pines, palmettos and oak trees. Birds, snakes and even alligators call this park home. Depending on the time of year, Bald Eagles call Widgeon Point their home for nesting season as well. There are rest room facilities, a bird blind and picnic pavilion. Depending on the time of season, many species of Warblers, Woodpeckers, Roseate Spoonbills and even Painted Buntings abound!\