No available activities until August 15th. We are no longer the kayak service providers at The Inn at Middleton Place.
After 11 great years, we have ended our kayak programs at the Inn at Middleton Place. We will continue offering our Blackwater Swamp Kayaking at the Woodlands Nature Reserve adjacent to Middleton Place. We will be closed from June-July of 2021 for our staff to recharge and re-tool after a great but crazy spring season! We are currently not excepting reservations for our activities beyond June 2021, but our Calendar of activities and On-line booking options for after August 14th will be updated soon. We anticipate our Blackwater Swamp season to begin October 1st 2021. Please Check back for details!
SEASONAL FEATURE FALL 2021
BLACKWATER SWAMP AT THE WOODLANDS NATURE RESERVE
The swamp has seen its last kayak trip until the fall (all dried up for the season), but don't wait to grab your spot for the fall! We anticipate outings filling up well in advance again, so grab a crew and give us a shout for a unique low-country paddling experience.
Check out some of our activities below, and keep scrolling down to see some of our upcoming schedule. Be sure to check back or sign up for our monthly newsletter for new offerings and special events. As always, we are happy to discuss custom adventures for your crew!
BLACKWATER CYPRESS SWAMP KAYAK TOUR
No More Availabilities until October '21
Join us on a regularly scheduled small group outing, or arrange a private guided excursion through the stunning cypress forest. The Woodlands Nature Reserve offers our visitors exclusive access to a private bottomland forest for an unforgettable kayaking experience!
SELF-GUIDED KAYAK RENTALS
We no longer offer kayak rentals at Middleton Place. However, if you have a crew, and a area you would like to explore, contact us for group pricing on kayak deliveries for day trips and multi-day rentals. We offer free delivery to Folly, James Island, Johns Island, and West Ashley. Minimum rates apply
NEW TOURS COMING SOON
Our guides are passionate about sharing their love and knowledge about the special eco-systems that make up the lowcountry of South Carolina. The estuaries around Charleston, SC offer many opportunities for wildlife viewing, historic sites, and solitude while kayaking.