South Carolina Wildlife Management Areas
The following Wildlife Management areas provide excellent hunting grounds: Caesars Head Area, spanning the Northern extremities of Greenville County; the Franklin L. Gravely Area, portions of which lie in Pickens County; the Fairforest Creek and Broad River Areas, portions of which lie in Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties; the Fants Grove Area and the Keowee Area, both on Clemson University property and located primarily in Anderson County; the Foothills Area, also in Anderson County; and the Chauga Area, located in Oconee County.
Found in these areas are populations of deer, wild turkey, black bear and, for the small-game hunter, populations of squirrels, quail, rabbit and grouse. Mourning dove fields are located in Anderson, Greenville, Oconee and Pickens counties. The Lake Cunningham Waterfowl Area, in Greenville County, offers duck hunting during state waterfowl season. Contact the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, PO Box 167, Columbia, SC 29202. (803) 734-3888 or (864) 654-6346 for fisheries and (864) 654-1671 for game.