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Welcome all those who Stand Up Paddle (SUP) & Cycle! I Have been apart of this group for several years and recently took over to get things moving again in addition to adding some bike trips. I look forward to having some fun on the water, socialize, and explore the local waterways. All skill levels are welcome. We’ve mainly paddled at Shem Creek, which worked out well, especially for anyone wanting to rent equipment (which can be done at local facilities on Shem Creek... Nature Adventures & Coastal Expeditions). Other locations include Sullivan’s Island (Station 26), Morgan Creek, and Palmetto Islands County Park. Hope to see you out on the water and/or on the road. Details for future meetups to come.

Upcoming events (4+)

Evening Sunset paddle at Morgan Creek IOP

Isle of Palms Marina

Come out for a short leisurely evening paddle and catch the sunset. We will meet at the IOP Marina and cruise through the waterways. Sunset is around 8:13 pm. High tide is around 7:30pm.

Note - there is a $10 fee to park here for the day. No hourly option available.

Don’t forget to bring your floatation device (required by law), sunscreen and water. All paddling vessels are welcome. Hope to see you on the water!

** please update your RSVP if you are unable to attend.

If you need to rent check out Sealand Adventure Sports on Sullivan's. They rent and will deliver the board to you for a fee if needed. If you are able to transport a board you can also rent from Nature's Adventure & Coastal Expedition on Shem Creek (check if they will allow you to take the board somewhere other than Shem Creek. This may have changed) or Half Moon Outfitters on Coleman Blvd.

Please note - we are a group of people getting together who enjoy paddling. You are responsible for your own equipment and safety. If you have concerns about conditions please ask. We try to take the weather, wind and tide into consideration when planning a paddle but mother nature is unpredictable. Please use your own judgment. Thank you. We appreciate all who come out to join us!

Explore the Stono River at Limehouse Boat Landing

John P. Limehouse Landing

Come explore the Stono River! We will leave the Limehouse boat landing promptly at 10 am to avoid the boat traffic, paddle through several channel's, and explore the area. We will find a spot to chill for a bit before heading back. All paddling vessels are welcome.

I will check weather, winds and tide, to make sure conditions will be favorable on this day.

Don't forget your floatation device (required by law), water and sunscreen. Parking is available at the boat launch, this is a gravel lot, so, wear appropriate shoes. Please arrive early enough to blow up your board, if needed, to ensure we launch on time.

Hope to see you out on the water!

Cruise 🚴‍♀️ Daniel Island and Lunch


**** Update: if you’re interested In meeting for lunch after the bike ride, we will meet at VIVA Tacos. Dime will not be open for lunch until mid June. Please respond if you’re interested so I can make a reservation….

Let’s bike around Daniel Island for a bit then grab lunch at Dime afterwards. This will be a low key cruise around perfect for any style bike. We will meet in the gravel parking lot across from Dime coffee shop.

Sunset Paddle on Shem Creek

Shem Creek Boat Landing

Come out and catch the sunset on Shem Creek. We will meet at the boat landing @ Simmons and Mill Street and head off at 6:30pm toward the harbor and Crab bank Island to catch the sun going down. Bring some form of lighting with you as it will be getting dark on the way back.

Rental facilities (Coastal Expeditions & Nature Adventures) are nearby for those without equipment. These Rental companies have asked me to pass on the word to not park in their parking lot unless you are renting from them.

Don’t forget to bring your floatation device (required by law), sunscreen and water. All paddling vessels are welcome. Hope to see you on the water!

** please update your RSVP if you are unable to attend.

Past events (105)

Paddle the Wando at Paradise Island

Paradise Island Boat Landing

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