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At Nature Adventures, our focus is creating experiences and memories to last a lifetime. Rent or take our guided kayak or stand up paddleboard tour in the waters around Charleston, South Carolina.

1 Shrimp Boat Ln
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464


Open 7 Days a Week

March (Daylight Savings Time) - April: 8 am to 7 pm

May - Labor Day: 8 am to 8 pm

Labor Day - End of September: 8 am to 7 pm

October: 8 am to 6 pm

November - March (Daylight Savings Time): 9 am to 5 pm

Kayak, Canoe, Paddleboard, Hiking Tours and Rentals. Waterfront Cabins, Tree Hammocks and Tents. 1,000 year+ old Cypress Trees and Indian Ruins. National Forest & Wildlife Refuge direct access.

8257 North Highway 17 | McClellanville, SC 29458

(843) 697-2075

Jay Grant

Creating family memories that last a lifetime!Ocean Lakes Family Campground features 893 campsites. All sites are pull through and generally accommodate a 40' camper with slideouts on both sides. Sites include water, sewer, 20-30-50 amp electric, 70 channel cable TV hookup, a modem-friendly phone jack with free local calls, daily curbside trash pickup and a picnic table. Reservations are made up to 18 months in advance. Beach house and trailer rentals also available.


Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Oconee County provides outdoor pursuits, waterfalls and heritage tourism in the northwest corner of South Carolina. Chau Ram County Park features Ramsey Creek falls and a 175 ft pedestrian suspension bridge across the Chauga River accessing hiking trails and river falls. Multiple rivers, lakes and mountains, over 150 waterfalls, pristine forests and amazing State/County Parks make us an outdoor adventure mecca. Rafting, zi...

Located on South Carolina's Freshwater Coast, the Old 96 District is a perfect place for the listed activities. With 3 lakes (Greenwood, Russell and Thurmond), opportunities abound for water sports and lakeside camping. Hiking and biking trails are mostly easy to moderate levels of difficulty. Great place for family fun!  

P.O. Box 448 • Laurens, SC 29360

(864) 984-2233 • Fax (864) 984-0096 • Toll-Free (800) 849-9633

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