Not really an island, this peninsula on Lake Murray has several dirt roads and hiking trails, plus a sandy beach. Bundrick Island is not accessible by car. You can only get there by boat or by bicycle. The remoteness of this location makes it a popular place for boaters to tie up and go swimming.
To get there, take I-20 to exit #51 and go north on Longs Pond Road 5.5 miles. The road will change names twice so don't panic. Turn left onto Old Cherokee Road, then turn right onto Brady Porth Road, which ends at the gate.
Follow US #378 west out of Lexington. Turn right 2.0 miles (3.3 km.) beyond where US #1 and US #378 split and go north on Wise Ferry Road 0.8 miles (1.3 km.). Turn left and follow Old Cherokee Road 2.3 miles (3.7 km.) northwest. Turn right onto Brady Porth Road, which ends at the gate.
For bicycle access, use the Beech Creek Bicycle Trail.