SC Paddle Trips

Take a trip in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester Counties as part of the 2015 East Coast Paddlesports & Outdoor Festival

Historic Wadboo Creek

This trip will cover both upper and lower ends of the creek. Leaving from Rembert C. Dennis Landing on Hwy 402 just minutes north of Moncks Corner, SC. We will paddle downstream through historic abandon rice fields to the Tail Race Canal and the Cooper River. The area is very open so you may see Bald Eagles, Osprey, Ducks, and the shy American Alligator. Returning we will paddle past limestone bluffs with unique plant life on our way into the swamp that has reclaimed the rice fields in this area. The history of the area from its formation millions of years ago thru the Revolutionary War and today will be discussed as we look for Deer, River Otters,Red Shouldered Hawks, and Barred Owls.

This trip will be held on Friday April, 17th at 9:00 am. Cost is $20.00 with your own boat and gear and $40.00 for our boats and gear. Tour will be limited to 10 rentals and 10 bring your own boats. Please call Ed at 843­697­3975 or email for more info and reservations.

Sunset on Shem Creek 2 Hour Tour:

Join Nature Adventures Outfitters as we experience the sunset on beautiful Shem Creek in Mt. Pleasant. Paddle from the creek out towards the Charleston Harbor, watching the sunset with the Historic Charleston skyline as your backdrop. Enjoy the many pelicans, shorebirds, and dolphins that live and play in the creek.

Sunset trip: Saturday, April 18th will meet at 7:00 p.m. for a 7:50 p.m. sunset.

All trips will meet at our private Shem Creek ramp.

$20.00 with your own boat or $30.00 with ours (843) 568­3222

Historic Fort Dorchester and Beyond

Call this the “after­the­show­show”. For those who would like to keep the festival going a little longer, this trip will take place on Monday, April 20th. You will paddle with Nature Adventures Outfitters along the upper Ashley River from Jessen Landing past Fort Dorchester. Fort Dorchester was one of the earliest settlements in the Lowcountry and the tabby ruins linger as a solid reminder of the hard work of those early settlers.

3 Hour Tour: Monday, April 20th

More details TBA

$20.00 with your own boat or $40.00 with ours (843)568­3222