What Makes Our Guided Hunting Trips Great

Going hunting in South Carolina is a unique and exciting experience. As a rural state with open land, there are great environments that perfect for any hunter. When it comes to finding the perfect place to hunt, one of the guided hunting trips offered by the Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge is sure to be perfect for hunters of any experience level.

When you hunt with us, you are gaining access to private land that Is used exclusively by our hunters. This means that you will be hunting on 3,000 acres of land that is home to a variety of animals, including one of the largest concentrations of whitetail deer in the area. Hunters who have gone on our guided hunting trips in the past have averaged a 100% success rate when it comes to shooting bucks during deer season.

Our land also features a beautiful backdrop that is unlike other hunting lodges. We are located in South Carolina Lowcountry, very near the Savannah River. This gives you an opportunity to commune with nature on your trip, enjoying the environment as you sit and hunt for deer, quail, and wild hogs. Whether you are out in the woods with a few family members or are out on a trip with your hunting buddies, we are confident that you will enjoy our beautiful land.

Another benefit of heading out on one of our guided hunting trips is that you do not have to worry about the details. When you hunt with us, we will show you the best hunting areas, provide you with lodging that is comfortable for everyone, and make sure that everyone is is provided excellent food. Furthermore, you can enjoy a variety of leisure activities in the afternoon after you have returned from your hunting trip.

Plan your visit to the Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge today! We feature deer hunting from August to January, as well as boar and quail guided hunting trips throughout the rest of the year. We are proud to cater to people who live in the area, as well as hunters along the I-95 corridor from states like Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, and Vermont.