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area map from 1909
THE HISTORY OF CYPRESS BAY PLANTATION
Maps from the 1800s describe the area now known as Cypress Bay Plantation as "a cypress bay located near Cummings Station of the Port Royal Railroad." In 1986, the Burris family purchased a rough, undeveloped 95-acre property which included the circa 1930 cabin and several 1890 log barns. To date, the plantation which is 8.9 miles from Yemassee, South Carolina, has grown to over 2500 contiguous acres and is nationally recognized for exceptional forestry, wildlife management and conservation. Cypress Bay Plantation has won awards from the Secretary of the Interior, The Governor of South Carolina, National Tree Farm Association, and has been featured in numerous magazines including: "Readers Digest", "Garden & Gun", "The Sandlapper" and "Turkey Call".
Today, through their years of hard work and dedication to conservation, Cypress Bay Plantation has become well-recognized as not only an incredible wildlife habitat, but also as an exceptional destination for retreats and special events.
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