Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in South Carolina

This list represents the most popular whitewater kayaking & canoeing in South Carolina. Use this list to plan your next South Carolina whitewater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

  • #1 Enoree River: SC 49 Bridge to Parr Shoals Dam

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    Cross Anchor, SC

    The Enoree heads up on the Piedmont in Greenville County and winds its way southeastward to confluence with the Broad, northeast of Newberry. On its way, it cuts through the Fall Line, offering ...
    •  6 sections that take 26.5 hours to paddle
    •  61.4 miles
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    The Enoree heads up on the Piedmont in Greenville County and winds its way southeastward to confluence with the Broad, northeast ...

  • #2 Warwoman Creek

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    Mountain Rest, SC

    Are you interested in spring creekin’ but aren’t quite ready for Over?ow, the Chauga, or lower Amicalola? Try Warwoman Creek up in Rabun County. It drops close to 100 feet in 4 miles before running ...
    •  4 hours
    •  7.3 miles
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    Are you interested in spring creekin’ but aren’t quite ready for Over?ow, the Chauga, or lower Amicalola? Try Warwoman Creek ...

  • #3 South Tyger River: Spartanburg CR 86 Bridge over Fergussons Creek to SC 50 Bridge overR the Tyger

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    Walnut Grove, SC

    The South Tyger heads up in the foothills and cuts across the Piedmont Plateau before making its final plunge where we pick it up. This section has long pools with occasional sharp drops that ...
    •  1.8 hours
    •  5.2 miles
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    The South Tyger heads up in the foothills and cuts across the Piedmont Plateau before making its final plunge where we pick ...

  • #4 North Tyger and Tyger Rivers: Spartanburg CR 231 Bridge to US 176 Bridge

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    Walnut Grove, SC

    The North Tyger heads up into northern Spartanburg County and flows practically the length of the county, to where we pick it up just upstream of the confluence with the South Tyger. It drops ...
    •  7 sections that take 28 hours to paddle
    •  67 miles
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    The North Tyger heads up into northern Spartanburg County and flows practically the length of the county, to where we pick ...