Experience Broxton Bridge
Over 6,000 acres of riding trails. All trails are groomed hard and soft sand shaded primarily by pines and old growth hardwoods. There are plenty of water stops about every four miles on the trails and we’ll have hay at the water stops on the later loops.
Come enjoy the excitement of a heart-pounding wild boar hunt with us! Take advantage of the beautiful South Carolina LowCountry scenery, an experienced guide and an abundance of game to ensure a memorable hunt.
Host any special event with us! Broxton Bridge Plantation has a Banquet Hall that will seat 120. We offer accommodations for business meetings and catering for any size group. Our Banquet Hall is complete with a small stage, community kitchen, and family style seating. We also have outdoor event space options upon request.
At Broxton Bridge you can shoot one of four sporting clays courses, or all four courses for 100 targets. The 65 foot tower offers a variety of shots, including some that simulate mallards "settling in" around the decoys and other shots similar to dove shooting.
SC55 is a 2600' by 150' private grass airstrip. Fly-in any time for a round of sporting clays, a hunt, or just to do some fishing! It is just a short stroll to the front door of the plantation house.
Civil War Reenactment
On the southern end of the plantation there is an old battleground, complete with all the breastworks, left over from the south's defenses on February 1, 1865 – 153 years ago. The northern army was in route from Savannah, Georgia, to Columbia, South Carolina, and the battles at Broxton Bridge and Rivers Bridge on the Salkehatchie River were the last big defensive effort for the Confederates before the battle at Columbia.
The RV camp at Broxton Bridge Plantation has approximately 130 spots for trailers and RVs, complete with electricity and water. We have a wonderful bathhouse with 3 small dressing rooms leading off a hall where each dressing room has a shower, commode, and lavatory.
Bed & Breakfast
Come and experience with us a delightful change in accommodations, featuring southern nostalgia and a genuine bit of Civil War history. The house is a plantation home built in the 1850's with five bedrooms.