Just 35 minutes to an hour from Charleston you can explore cool and shaded blackwater swamps, saltwater tidal creeks, lowcountry rivers and historic rice plantations. Journey through a flooded forest in a protected wilderness area in the Francis Marion National Forest and see 1,000 year old cypress trees or see a 300 year old church overlooking thousands of acres of rice fields. Paddle on Jeremy Creek in McCellanville, one of the lowcountries most iconic shimping areas, along the intercoastal waterway, and on the Santee River. Our tours give the opportunity to view a range of wildlife from elusive songbirds and butterflies to large Alligators and Dolphin. Book your tour today and don't miss out!!
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We offer naturalist guided hiking tours in some of the most iconic spots in the Francis Marion National Forest and surrounding areas. From the reclaimed Rice rice fields on the Ion Swamp Trail to the ancient Native American structures at the Sewee Shell Ring Trail. You can hike along old civil war defensive lines at Battery Warren or enjoy beautiful birding and wildlife viewing at South Tibwin Trail. You can even experience the sites of our very own mysterious geologic formations called Carolina Bays. There are a variety of hikes in a range of habitats that will entice the nature and history lover in anyone. If you are a beginner do not worry we have hikes for all skill levels.
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The Nature Adventures Outfitters Adventure Center is partnered with The Reformed Episcopal Church Diocese of the Southeast. The property is owned by The Reformed Episcopal Church. For more information on The Reformed Episcopal Church Click Here