Sugar Hill

218 Acres

A Duck Hunter's Paradise in the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge, in Beaufort County, SC


Sugar Hill is a turn-key duck hunter's paradise located on the Combahee River in the Ace Basin just an hour from either Charleston or Savannah.

Generations of waterfowl have imprinted these ponds, creating ample opportunity for sporting, memorable hunts and getting your limits! Permanent bridges make blinds easily accessible.

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Property Highlights:

Fully restored duck ponds, spanning 130 acres, attract a full array of migratory birds including Mallards, Wood Duck, Ring Necks and Teal.

New water control structures (trunks, dikes and canals) and natural tidal swings are used to flood and drain the impoundments and manage crops (corn and rice).

Permanent bridges make blinds easily accessible.

30+ acres of high ground and utilities offer multiple sites for a potential hunting lodge. There are no easements on the property.

Natural habitat for other migratory and wading birds, including Blue Herons, Snowy Egrets, White and Black Ibis, Cranes, Killdeer, and Snipe. Enjoy excellent snipe hunting in the spring after water is lowered.

The property includes a new deep-water boat dock and private landing on the Combahee River, home to bass, bream, and red fish. 

Sugar Hill

218 Acres


For additional information please contact:

Chip Hall

phone 843.860.3432