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River Island Adventures is an adventure outfitter that offers a variety of activities and adventures, including: Escape River Island, inner tube float trips, kayak and river boat tours to their private island, custom overnight river camping trips, birthday & group events. 

https://www.rivr.info/

1249 Vera Road

Longs, SC 29568

(843) 882-7487

Email: adventures@rivr.info

Collect “barrier island” sea shells, see Dolphins in their natural habitat, and view the Georgetown Lighthouse on your cruise aboard the Carolina Rover!

http://www.roverboattours.com/

314 Front Street, Georgetown SC United States 29440

The Carolina Rover will take you, your family and friends out on a 3-4 hour eco-tourism cruise guaranteed to be unlike any other attraction along the Grand Strand. Our comfortable shaded 40 ft pontoon boat will cruise on smooth inland waters to a remote barrier island where the Winyah Bay meets the Atlantic ocean. We take you through a bird-watcher's paradise to SC's oldest lighthouse, the Georgetown Light, 1811, that lit the way for two centuries of seafarers.

735 Front St •...

Sandlapper Water Tours offers, history, nature, sunset cruises and Haunted Harbor Ghost tours. Private charters are available on 49 ft passenger boat as well as on a 26 ft skiff.

http://www.sandlappertours.com 

PO Box 21540 • Charleston, SC 29413

(843) 849-8687 • Fax (843) 849-9939

Captain Bryan Collins

Regional tourism commission promoting Berkeley, Calhoun, Clarendon, Orangeburg and Sumter Counties. The Santee Cooper lake system consists of two lakes with a 6.5-mile diversion canal joining them. Currently, they hold a world record Channel Catfish (58 lbs) and nine state records which include a 109.4 pound Arkansas Blue Catfish. There are marinas and campgrounds on the lakes. The region also offers golf courses, museums, gardens, bird watching and paddling.

http://www.santee...

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