Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in South Carolina
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in South Carolina

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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
3 - 17 mi
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South Carolina has 40 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 3 to 17 miles in length. The most popular trails are Pacolet River near Spartanburg, Waccamaw River and Lynches River.
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This is a trip down one of the most interesting blackwater rivers in the South. For starters, ...
This is a fun trip on a scenic waterway—literally, as it is one of nine state-designated ...
This state park paddle presents a little bit of everything. For starters, it is set in ...
This is one of those “why don’t more people paddle here?” places. The Big Pine Tree Creek ...
This section of the Wateree River makes for an ideal recreational day trip for paddlers. ...
This paddle tests your steering skills from the outset, as Cedar Creek twists and turns, ...
A paddling trip down Congaree Creek instantaneously transitions you from suburban Columbia ...
The float trip then heads downriver, skittering through rocky shoals. Downtown Columbia ...
It is a carry to reach the put-in, but you will enjoy the views of the river before jumping ...
Murray Dam. Your easterly direction takes you ever closer to downtown Columbia, but first ...
Have you ever wanted to paddle a really big river? Here’s your chance. Don’t let the distance ...
This aquatic adventure slaloms through the fun rapids of the Savannah River as the big ...
The clear waters reveal gravel stream bottoms and submerged trees that add paddling challenges. ...
Start your trip at the Long Cane Bridge, near the historic Long Cane Church. It is a long ...
This scenic trip is a highlight of the greater Little River Blueway, a collection of paddling ...
This paddle takes place within the confines of the Sumter National Forest, which lends ...
The sometimes-silty Sandy River is but 50 feet wide and merges into the normally clearer ...
This paddling adventure skirts through the hills and bottomlands of the Sumter National ...
Any float where you can rack up two rivers on one trip is a good float. On this one you ...
You can check the Duke Energy website (listed above) for discharge times, but the power ...
The first 4 miles of the paddle drop at a gradient nearing 10 feet per mile. You will ...
This is a perfect weekend paddle in the suburban environs of Greenville. For starters, ...
This fun little paddle finds a slice of nature on a busy lake. Start your adventure at ...
This paddle will take you to one of South Carolina’s premier waterfalls via the state’s ...
This lake paddle is set against a backdrop of mountains rising over 2,000 feet above what ...
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