Wambaw Creek Blackwater Wilderness Area Morning 3 Hour Kayak / Canoe Tour at 10:00 a.m.
Duration: 3:00
Adult 13+ Tandem Kayak Preferred $59.00
Adult 13+ Single Kayak Preferred $59.00
Child 12 and under Tandem Kayak Preferred $40.00
Child 12+ Single Kayak Preferred $39.98
Adult 13+ 2 Person Canoe Preferred $59.00
Child 12 and under 2 Person Canoe Preferred $40.00

Wambaw Creek Blackwater Wilderness Area Morning 3 Hour Kayak / Canoe Tour at 10:00 a.m.

This is a "Nationally Recognized and Designated Trail" located in the heart of a Protected Wilderness area in the Francis Marion National Forest. This beautiful Blackwater Creek is a tributary to the Santee River and was paddled by the Santee and Coastal Plain Indians for thousands of years. Giant 1000 year old Bald Cypress trees can be seen in the upper section and Water Oak, Water Ash, Red Maple and Swamp Dogwood shade the banks of its pristine black waters. It offers spectacular birding and wildlife viewing including Prothonotary warblers, small alligators, turtles and the occasional river otter. Banks of the river reflect geological precedence of the Rice era where Historical earthen dikes give way to a flooded subtropical forest of abandoned rice fields once owned by prosperous Rice Plantations. The 3 hour tour encompasses about 4 to 5 miles of paddling with a short break creekside. 45 minutes from Mt. Pleasant and 50 minutes to an hour from Charleston and South Myrtle Beach. *After your tour enjoy the historic town of McClellanville with local seafood, gift shops, museum and several artist shops. Your tour will end around 1:00 to 1:30 p.m.

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(Restrictions)

Ages 4 through 11 must be in a tandem 2 person kayak or canoe with someone aged 14 and up. Ages 12 and up are allowed to paddle a single kayak. This is slow moving fresh black water and is perfect for beginners. During summer months, there are occasional paper wasp nests here and there. Bring your own epipen if you are allergic to them. It is rare that anyone gets stung, but bring one just in case if you are allergic as it is a remote area.
On a rare occasion, the U.S. Forest Service will be conducting control burns. If this occurs, we will have the right to cancel the tour with a full refund. Minimum tour size is 2 people. If the tour does not meet this requirement, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule. The "Qty" when purchasing tickets refers to a per person number. For an example 1 adult tandem refers to only one person, 2 adult tandem refers to 2 people.

Wambaw Creek Blackwater Wilderness Area Afternoon 2 Hour Kayak / Canoe Tour at 2:00 p.m.
Duration: 2:00
Adult 13+ Tandem Kayak Preferred $45.00
Adult 13+ Single Kayak Preferred $45.00
Child 12 and under Tandem Kayak Preferred $35.00
Child 12+ Single Kayak Preferred $35.00
Adult 13+ 2 Person Canoe Preferred $45.00
Child 12 and under 2 Person Canoe Preferred $35.00

Wambaw Creek Blackwater Wilderness Area Afternoon 2 Hour Kayak / Canoe Tour at 2:00 p.m.

This is a "Nationally Recognized and Designated Trail" located in the heart of a Protected Wilderness area in the Francis Marion National Forest. This beautiful Blackwater Creek is a tributary to the Santee River and was paddled by the Santee and Coastal Plain Indians for thousands of years. Giant 1000 year old Bald Cypress trees can be seen in the upper section and Water Oak, Water Ash, Red Maple and Swamp Dogwood shade the banks of its pristine black waters. It offers spectacular birding and wildlife viewing including Prothonotary warblers, small alligators, turtles and the occasional river otter. Banks of the river reflect geological precedence of the Rice era where Historical earthen dikes give way to a flooded subtropical forest of abandoned rice fields once owned by prosperous Rice Plantations. 3 miles round trip of paddling. 45 minute drive from Mt. Pleasant and 50 minutes to an hour from Charleston and South Myrtle Beach. *After your tour enjoy the historic town of McClellanville with local seafood, gift shops, museum and several artist shops. Your tour will usually end between 4:15 and 4:30 p.m.

Reservation receipt will be sent from noreply@indexic.net. If you do not see it in your inbox, check your junk mail/spam folder.

(Restrictions)

Ages 4 through 11 must be in a tandem 2 person kayak or canoe with someone aged 14 and up. Ages 12 and up are allowed to paddle a single kayak. This is slow moving fresh black water and is perfect for beginners. During summer months, you may need to be careful of occasional paper wasp nests. Bring your own epipen if you are allergic. The last 3.5 miles of the drive is on a dirt road. On a rare occasion, the U.S. Forest Service will be conducting control burns. If this occurs, we will have the right to cancel the tour with a full refund. The "Qty" when purchasing tickets refers to a per person number. For an example 1 adult tandem refers to only one person, 2 adult tandem refers to 2 people. Minimum tour size is 3 people. If the tour does not meet this requirement, we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule.The area has primitive restroom use only, so take advantage of the Shell station before you arrive!

Jeremy Creek Sunset Shrimping Harbor Tour
Duration: 2:00
Adult in single kayak $45.00
child ages 4-12 in tandem kayak $35.00
Adult in tandem kayak $45.00

Jeremy Creek Sunset Shrimping Harbor Tour

Explore a beautiful, working shrimping and aquaculture harbor with shrimp boats, docks and historic waterfront homes. We'll paddle out of the mouth of the creek through the marsh to"Birthday Island" and see incredible wildlife along the way. The best of both wildlife and culture is on this tour. Wildlife usually includes dolphins, pelicans and lots of eastern shorebirds.

(Restrictions)

Ages 4 and up. Ages 14 and up in single kayaks.