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5.0 miles
3 hours
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Paddle along salt marsh creeks, across the mouth of the South Edisto River, over extensive sand flats, and up onto undeveloped barrier island beaches. 
Easy
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1.0 miles
1 hours
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This kayak trail follows Sugar Hill Creek to the Combahee River, along the way passing signs of the former rice culture, a botanically-rich ecosystem, birds and maybe even an alligator. 
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4.0 miles
2 hours
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Paddle through history along this trail, which incorporates a number of shipwrecks and archaeological landings dating from the early 18th century to early 20th century visible at low tide in the upper…
Moderate
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6.2 miles
3 hours
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This paddling trail follows the Beaufort River, connecting the two historic cities of Beaufort and Port Royal, SC. Paddle past vast salt marsh and numerous historical coastal sites. 
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0.5 miles
1 hours
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The Brown's Bait and Tackle Shop can be used as a put in and take out to paddle around Berry Shoals Pond. The pond is flatwater.
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2.0 miles
1 hours
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An excellent choice for first time paddlers as canoes are rented on site. You will find wading birds, osprey, songbirds and wood ducks.
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An easy half-day trip, this river section is characterized by broad, wide channels, Class I and II rapids, and rural wooded scenery. Paddlers will cross under the iconic Broad River railroad bridge.
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An exciting section with Class I-II rapids. This trip begins in North Carolina, near the NC/SC border, and ends just above the Gaston Shoals Dam in SC.
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3.2 miles
1.5 hours
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This section requires portaging the Neal Shoals Dam to get to the Neal Shoals Dam River Access and Parking Area. Although a very short and easy section, portaging the Dam may be strenuous for families…
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This trip requires portaging the Cherokee Falls Dam and is mostly flatwater after the dam. Although this trip is easy in terms of paddling, it may not be suitable for young children because of the dam…
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