This Friday August 3rd will be our Moonlight paddle in Murrell’s Inlet. Plan to meet at 8:00pm at Morse Landing next to the Hot Fish Club. This will be a short paddle out to the sand bars near the jetties. All skill levels are welcome.You will need to bring a white light, your PFD (and wear it on club paddles), water. This paddle is always subject to weather conditions so look for a update Thursday night. See you on the water.
Saturdays paddle will be on the Little Pee Dee River from Hughes to Pitts Landing a distance of approximately seven miles. Plan to meet at 8:00 am at the Pee Dee Exchange, 6450 Highway 378 west of Conway approximately ten miles at the caution light. From there we will proceed to Pitts Landing to drop cars for the return shuttle. Bring lots of water, a snack, sun screen and do not forget your PFD and whistle. See you on the water!
This Saturdays paddle we will return to Wambaw Creek paddling from the stopping point of our last trip and going farther south. This will be an out and back paddle from the put in point as far as the creek provides open water. The distance of this trip depends on unobstructed navigable water. Plan to meet at 10am in Georgetown at the Food Lion parking lot just south of the Sampit River bridge. We will then proceed to the put in on the fire road in the Francis Marion Forest.
Next Sunday’s Paddle (March 25th) will be on Awendaw Creek starting from Buck Hall boat landing. Let’s plan to meet in Georgetown at the Food lion parking lot, highway 17 south of the Sampit River bridge at 7:45 am. We need to be on the water by 9:00 am to ride with the tide. Parking at Buck Hall is $5 per vehicle so if your traveling alone we can transfer boats in Georgetown before proceeding to Buck Hall.
This is a short but scenic paddle up a marsh creek that follows the Palmetto trail. We will break at the Canoe Launch before reversing our course.
PFD’s are required and must be worn on club paddles and don’t forget your whistle. Bring water and a snack and be on time.
This weekends paddle will be on the Pee Dee River from Sandy Bluff to Galivants Ferry a distance of ten miles. This is a leisurely downstream paddle and will require shuttling vehicles from the take out at highway 501 in Galivants Ferry. Plan to meet at the EXxon station at the 501 bridge at 9:00 AM. We will then consolidate boats for the trip to the put in at Sandy Bluff upstream. Bring water, a snack and dont forget you PFD and whistle. Allow at least 1 hour travel time from the beach.