The following list is intended to assist paddlers in finding available outfitters, accommodations, and other amenities while exploring our state.
Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau
3290 W Radio Drive, Florence, SC
Conveniently located at the intersections of I-95 and I-20, Florence is the perfect place to paddle the SC Revolutionary Rivers Trail. Florence CVB is your one-stop-shop for things to do during your stay in Florence!
Dorchester County Parks and Recreation
201 Johnston Street, St. George, SC
Local government agency promoting paddling on the Edisto River Canoe and Kayak Trail and Ashley River Blue Trail.
Charleston Outdoor Adventures
1871 Bowens Island Road
Our private location and launch site offer direct access to remote salt marsh creeks that host abundant wildlife. We cater to everyone from locals who like to get out and explore to families of novice paddlers and boaters who want to see the natural side of Charleston. Check out our website to see all of our rentals and activities.
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Rules, regulations, and usage fees for camping are different for each campsite, park, and region. Be sure to research rules and regulations for your selected camping adventure before your trip.
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South Carolina State Parks
Discover South Carolina
Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests
National Park Service: South Carolina
Reserve America: South Carolina Campground Reservations