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.
This weekends paddle will take place at the Lake Wateree Recreation Area, located off highway 97 near Camden, SC. The rental cabin is full but camp sites are available if you have not already signed up. For further details and or more detailed directions contact Robyn Storm or Norris Buck at the email addresses on this web page. See you on the water!
Our next paddle on August 7th will begin and end at the 53rd street boat ramp, Hogg Inlet/Cherry Grove. Plan on meeting at 9:30 AM at the park next to the boat ramp. This will be a 13mile intermediate paddle including flat water inlet and ocean paddling. We will leave shortly after low tide, take a long break on Bird Island and return through Dunn Sound on high tide. Tour boats with spray skirts recommended for this trip. Bring lot’s of water, snacks, sun screen, and don’t forget your PFD and a whistle.
The 53rd street boat ramp is off Ocean drive Cherry Grove. Take Sea Mountain Highway to end turn left on Ocean drive to 53rd, then left to end.
This is the Longbay Paddlers fun day on the Inlet. All paddlers are welcome regardless of your experience. This is your chance to spend time with seasoned paddlers and work on your paddling skills, practice rescues etc., paddle a different type of kayak or just relax and enjoy the day. We will meet at the park in Murrell’s Inlet next to the Hot Fish Club at 3:30 PM and be on the water by 4:00 PM. This will be a short paddle (approxmately two to three miles round trip) out to the sand bar next to the jetties where we will take a long break before heading back to the park. Following the paddle we will gather at the Dead Dog Saloon.
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This weekends paddle will be on Wambaw Creek in the Francis Marion Forest south of Georgetown. This is a title creek and will require an early start to insure enough water to float your boat. Lets plan on meeting in the Food Lion parking lot off highway 17 on the south end of Georgetown at 8:00am. The Food Lion will be on your right after you cross the Sampit River bridge on highway 17. From there we will proceed to the boat landing on Wambaw Creek. This will be a paddle in paddle out trip so it will not be necessary to shuttle vehicles. The trip will be approximately eight miles four in and four out unless we decide to continue on to the first log jam farther upstream. Either way it will be an adventure worth every stroke of the paddle. Questions send email to email@example.com.