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Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

3.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Starting from Dirt Landing, paddle north in the waterway. At approximately 1.4 miles you can turn right and go out onto Lake Moultrie or continue to the turnaround at 2.0 miles.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

4.4 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

Back River is accessed from Durham Creek Landing on Cypress Gardens Road, adjacent to the highway bridge. Upon launching, you will paddle to the east – under the highway bridge and the railroad trestle just beyond.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

12.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Spiers Landing is accessed by turning off of Highway 6 one half of a mile west of the Cross Fire Department #2 onto Spiers Landing Road. The paved launching facility is part of a Berkeley County Park that offers plenty of parking and easy launching. As the map of the trail shows, there are numerous islands to paddle around, as well as several miles of inviting shoreline.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

5.0 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

The lower section of the Wadboo Creek extends from the Rembert C. Dennis Landing on Highway 402 to the Tailrace Canal.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

4.1 miles

Difficulty: Easy

Quinby Creek is accessed at the Ralph Hamer, Sr. Landing on Cainhoy Road, approximately one quarter of a mile west of the Highway 41 junction. Hamer Landing is a large, concrete, double ramp adjacent to the Quinby Creek Bridge. Ample parking is available.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

25.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

This is a great trip to just enjoy the outdoors, since there aren’t many signs of human habitation, but an abundance of birds and animals. This is a relatively leisure float, but you may encounter some shallow water right at the start and some fast water as the river narrows just past the halfway point. Neither of theses areas should present any problems for canoes or kayaks.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

1.0 miles

Difficulty: Easy

While there are hiking trails and a boardwalk present, the best way to explore Woods Bay is by canoe.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

51.0 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

The 50-mile Congaree River Blue Trail connects the City of Columbia, the Three Rivers Greenway, and rural communities to Congaree National Park, the largest wilderness in South Carolina.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

23.0 miles

Difficulty: Difficult

The Chattooga was designated a wild and scenic river in 1974. It is one of the longest and most spectacular free-flowing mountain rivers in the Southeast.

Trail Activity:

  • Water

Length:

56.8 miles

Difficulty: Easy

The approximately 57.0-mile Edisto River Canoe and Kayak Trail near Summerville is an easy trip on one of the state’s longest blackwater rivers. It certainly ranks among the prettiest anywhere, too.