Hunting Island campgrounds re-opened Friday ten months after Hurricane Matthew devastated the area.
More than a million visitors flock to Hunting Island every year to see Lowcountry nature in its finest form.
Hunting Island is a natural wonder — the most visited state park — and certain laws help preserve the natural environment and wildlife that make Hunting Island unique, scenic and adventurous.
Since 1935, Hunting Island has been designated a state park, protected under state jurisdiction with some not-so-well-known laws that help keep this destination safe and clean for both the tourists and the wildlife to enjoy.
Here are 11 laws you need to know before visiting: