How to Visit Camp St. Christopher

Camp St ChristopherSt. Christopher Camp and Conference Center has a wealth of hiking, walking, and scenic spots — particularly for local birders — but to be enjoyed and appreciated by all nature lovers.

Seabrook Island residents are welcome to visit and take advantage of the natural beauty. As their entrance driveway sign requests, interested islanders must call St. Christopher a day or two ahead of time to check for availability.  Do not show up expecting entry if you have not called ahead for a reservation. Please remember they do not allow pets.

Once you have a reservation, arrive at the appointed time and check in at the Welcome Center. The staff will make a photocopy of your driver’s license and ask you to sign the register. You will be given a “Day Guest” badge to wear and openly display while you are on property. When you are finished with your visit, please return to the Welcome Center to turn in your badge and sign out.
There may be times when St. Christopher is booked or when there might be some locations that are simply unavailable due to scheduled activities. Whenever there are no conflicts, however, St. Christopher will try to accommodate.

To arrange a visit, call St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center at (843) 768-0429, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
This is a courtesy St. Christopher is extending to the Seabrook community. Let us be diligent to respect their grounds (and ground rules).

—Submitted by Skip Crane

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2 Responses to How to Visit Camp St. Christopher

  1. What does Seabrook extend to Camp visitors and employees? I have had conversations with some at the
    LakeHouse pool? Please let us know the extent and requirements for them to use our facilities. Thank you.

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