Individual oak trees in Fenwick Crossroads

Angel Oak

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Charleston Parks Conservancy

The Angel Oak is thought to be one of the oldest living things east of the Mississippi River, so make sure not to climb on it or carve it...we want future generations to enjoy it as well!

Beci Markijohn
7 September 2011

Such a beautiful place. It really puts you in awe.

Lauren
22 February 2012

Albino squirrel!!

Volvo Of Charleston
3 February 2012

So beautiful!

Wanna See It All
7 November 2011

The tree is huge with limbs going everywhere. You have to see it in person to fully appreciate it. Finding could be tough, just have the right coordinates and trust the gps. Its free to check out

WannaSee ItAll
8 May 2011

You have to see it in person to fully appreciate it. Finding could be tough, just have the right coordinates and trust the gps. PS you are not allow to climb the tree. wannaseeitall.com

Crystal Gause-Hively
4 April 2011

What a worthwhile trip.

Charleston Parks Conservancy

Generally, live oaks grow out, not up. The Angel Oak did both. This tree stands 65 feet tall, and its canopy provides 17,000 square feet of shade.

Nadja Jupiter
22 March 2010

I want to take some awesome pictures.

Christopher
25 November 2013

I keep visiting. Having lived 5 min away for 24 yrs I think that says something about how great it is to marvel at

Johnathan Randolph
27 May 2013

Angel Oak Road is a dirt road.

Cat P
22 September 2011

Peter Lik, the photographer from the reality show "Middle of Nowhere," sold out his picture of Angel Oak in less than 48 hrs. The fastest sell out ever!! Justin Timberlake collects his work. AMAZING!!

louis dallara
14 May 2011

One of the seven wonders of the natural world

Theresa Burt
23 July 2010

Beautiful! You can not climb or carve on the tree but the size is worth the trip.

Christian Senger
17 July 2010

The tree is an amazing site!

Misty Case
13 May 2016

Beautiful secluded spot. A must see if you love seeing the low country trees covered in Spanish moss. This tree will leave you in awe.

Beth Jordan
13 February 2016

Beautiful. Look around outer limbs for acorns.

Ruth Mettler
1 November 2015

If you're undecided - choose to visit! You won't be disappointed and even if it's closed, you can still see from outside the fence.

Kimberly Spates
12 July 2014

BEAURIFUL!!!!

Mary Beth
17 May 2014

Exceeded my expectations. One article that I read said that it is in reality three trees that have grown together; nevertheless, extremely spiritual experience.

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