Paddling the SC coast is now easier than ever!

The South Carolina section of the Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail extends 295 miles from the Savannah River at the Georgia border to Little River and now you have a detailed, descriptive map to guide your way.

To get points of interest, along with latitude/longitude coordinates for the entire trail, click here to find the new paddling section on the Department of Natural Resources.

There is also information about public properties throughout the Carolina coast, GPS coordinates that are easy to copy and paste into an online map, and photo galleries.

The section offers a paddling trail with a diversity of natural and cultural features, and includes every South Carolina coastal habitat type, from tidal waters, marshlands, and swamps to barrier islands, dunes, and beaches.