The South Carolina Nature-Based Tourism Association (SCNBTA) is a registered not for profit organization 501 (C) 3

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Bordered by the beauty of the Savannah River and the South Edisto Fork, there's places to get your feet wet, bait a hook or simply cruise along the waterway. Hike on one of our many trails or go horseback riding through the Langley Pond Loop Trail.

Avid kayaker and hiker, offering photographic services focusing on nature and outdoor activities. Community and nature fine art prints available for purchase.

Greenwich Dr • Aiken, SC 29803

(803) 250-5551

At Flying Compass we enjoy working with and promoting the travel and tourism industry -- hotels, resorts, destinations, attractions, marinas, spas, restaurants, convention centers, festivals, events, dinner boats, ferry services, etc. -- by developing marketing tools, designing websites and print materials, creating online media libraries, writing copy, analyzing social media platforms and retouching and compositing images.


Friends of the Edisto, Inc. (FRED) a non-profit organization, was established to facilitate conservation of natural resources, and to encourage and support sustainable economic development within the Edisto River Basin. 

PO Box 5151 • Columbia, SC 29250

(803) 251-7441 • Fax (803) 252-3679

Tim Rogers

Promoting tourism & travel to Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg and Barnwell counties in western SC. Nature-based activities include blackwater paddling, fishing, birding, plantation and Civil War battlefield touring, horse camping and Carolina Bay exploring. 

P.O. Box 850 • Aiken, SC 29802

(803) 649-7981 • Fax (803) 649-2248 • Toll-Free (888) 834-1654

Mary Ann Keisler

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