Camp Hall is committed to maintaining an environment that is authentic to the natural habitat of coastal South Carolina. 28% of the whole site will be preserved land devoted to natural growth, wildlife habitats, and features developed to maintain and improve a healthy ecosystem.
Utilizing a variety of innovative solutions such as replacing existing non-native Loblolly pines with native species, incorporating bioswales in stormwater treatment, and providing pollinator habitats, Camp Hall will support local ecosystems.
Camp Hall’s Commitment:
- Restoration of approximately 365 acres of wetlands impacted by years of intensive tree farming.
- Permanent protection of approximately 2650+ acres of land, including approximately 1,265 acres of freshwater wetlands
- Restoration of wildlife habitat for a substantial number of native South Carolina species
- Developing and maintaining a “Pollinator Pathway” for birds, bees, and butterflies
- Developing a 15+ miles multi-use trail system to benefit both Camp Hall and the larger community by providing a place for recreation and engagement with nature
- By using rainwater harvesting, car charging stations, and solar panels in select locations, Camp Hall will demonstrate its commitment to sustainable building strategies.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) of South Carolina recognized Camp Hall Commerce Park with its prestigious Community Star award.