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Welcome to The LowCountry Paddlers
since 1987... making the most of our beautiful coast

Lowcountry Paddlers is a
Paddle America Club (PAC)
Affiliate of the 
American Canoe Association ( ACA)

Lowcountry Paddlers recognizes and endorses the
Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission
for their locally organized
paddling events and numerous
educational opportunities. 
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by Ralph Earhart
Places to paddle within one hour of Charleston

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The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.

May, 2022

T.W. Messervy Boat Landing
9:30 AM
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May 7 (Saturday): Edisto River: Messervy Landing to Long Creek Landing. About 8 miles. Rating: L1 Sheltered, easy pace. Logistics: Meet at Messervy Landing (399 Boat Landing Rd, Ridgeville. Put TW Messervy Boat landing in your mapping app.) at 9:30, off load and be ready to run shuttle by 9:45. Trip Leader:Dan Hoke
Remley Point Landing
8:30 AM
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May 15 (Sunday): Wando River: Paradise Landing to Remleys Point. About 16 miles. Rating: L3, semi sheltered, smooth pace. Logistics: Low tide in Charleston harbor is 2 PM. Meet at Remleys Point (type Remleys Point Public Boat landing in your mapping app) at 8:30. Leave enough vehicles to shuttle participants at the end of the trip. Load shuttle driver’s boats on others vehicles. Proceed to Paradise Landing and launch. Trip Leader: Michael Condon
Providence Church
7:00 PM
Ralph Hamer Sr. Boat Landing
9:30 AM
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May 21 (Saturday): East branch of Cooper River: Quenby (Ralph Hamer) landing to Huger landing loop trip. About 8 miles. Rating: L1, sheltered, slow pace. Logistics: Low tide at Quenby Landing is 11:30 am. Meet At Quenby landing at 9:30 launch by 10:00.Trip leader: Tara Harney Note 1: This trip requires going against the tide halfway, but the tide is only about 2 ½ feet. Should not be difficult to paddle against it. Note 2: If all goes well, we should see some spider lilies.