Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for McClellanville, SC
The town of McClellanville is located in Charleston County, SC. It is a small town with coastal marshes that have, in the past and present, led it to be a town reliant on its fishing, shrimping and oystering industries. While in the years after the Civil War, McClellanville was known for being an economic and social center for the area that had industries producing timber, rice and cotton, the area is now known primarily for its shrimping fleet as well as the seafood industry.
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