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It all began in 2005 to focus the inhabitants of Bluffton, South Carolina; the young and old, rich and poor, locals and transplants, as a community, to benefit the citizens, the local area merchants and artists through tourism.

Those who experience the uniqueness of the Town of Bluffton had and continue to express the need to protect and maintain the pristine quality of the May River and the historic Bluffton Oyster Company, as they are both fundamental to the very essence of the community.

In the words of Dan Wood, Festival Founder:

As Bluffton continues to grow, it is paramount that we continue to introduce our citizens, old and new, to these precious Bluffton gems. Festivals are like magnets; they attract all to celebrate their…
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There is little risk in verbalizing the obvious and stating that Colleton River is not only one of the more beautiful communities in the South Carolina Lowcountry but competes positively for that title from coast to coast.

satellite image of colleton river, bluffton, scA Peninsula

One of the more unique features of Colleton River is a gift of nature and the evolution of the landscape of the South Carolina Lowcountry.

The Colleton River community is located on a peninsula and therefore is surrounded on three sides by water.

With the Colleton and Chechessee Rivers to the north and west, and the historically-significant Port Royal Sound that flows to the Atlantic to the east, its natural topography gives the community a rare foundation of beauty and features on which it developed a truly

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belfair south carolina, entry sign

Throughout the Southeast United States developers have incorporated the term ‘Plantation’ in the names of communities they create. This conjures up in the minds of the potential residents, visions of all the comfort, luxury and genteel ways during the Antebellum period.

Although many municipal governments throughout the south have passed legislation limiting the use of ‘plantation’ in the name of a community, inserting it is quite a common practice

So, it is a pleasure to describe a splendid community that before the War of 1812, was actually a working, thriving plantation - Belfair Plantation.

Legitimate Plantation Origins

Belfair had its beginnings as a plantation a year before the British invaded our shores in their attempt to re-inject

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