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March, 2024

Saturday
9
Sol Legare Landing
10:15 AM
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March 9 (Saturday): Sol Legare Landing to Bird Key loop trip. About 9 miles.

Rating: L3, Open water, smooth pace
Where: Meet at Sol Legare landing (put Sol Legare landing in your mapping app) by 10:15 and do a trash pick up. Launch time is 11:00.
Logistics: Low tide is about 1:00. Paddle out to Bird Key, and land there for a break before returning with the current.
Expect to be back at the landing by 3:30.
Trip leader: Bev Cosslett
Saturday
16
Bushy Park Boat Landing
9:30 AM
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March 16 (Saturday): Bushy Park (Freshwater side) up Foster Creek loop trip.About 6 miles.

Rating: L1, sheltered, easy paddle

Where: Meet at Bushy Park Landing (Put Bushy Park Boat Landing in your mapping app) at 9:30 and launch by 10.
Expect to be back at the landing by 2:00
Trip leader: Dan Hoke
Sunday
24
Paradise Island Public Boat Landing
9:00 AM
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Hello LCP Members: Register now for an LCP strokes skills class! Join ACA certified instructors Beth Heywood and Don Dibble for free strokes training, guidance and practice to be offered at Paradise Island Public Boat Landing. All Lowcountry members are welcome to join regardless of prior experience. Available to the first 10 registrants. Non members will need to pay $10 and sign a waiver. Come out to learn a new skill or practice an old one. We will cover some of the below based on your needs and time. Forward stroke Reverse stroke Paddle backwards Forward and reverse sweeps Draw and sculling draw Stern Rudder Low brace Low brace turn
Saturday
30
T. Coke Weeks Landing
9:00 AM
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March 30: Saturday): Edisto River, Weeks Landing to Mars Old Field Landing. About 16 miles.

Rating: L3, sheltered, smooth pace
Where: Meet at Weeks Landing (across the river from Colleton State Park (Put T Coke Weeks Landing in your mapping app) by 9:00.
Drop off all the gear and passengers. Then shuttle all the vehicles down to Mars Old Field Landing before the paddle.
Logistics: Plan to launch by 10:00 and travel with the current all the way. Plenty of places to get out.
Expect to be finished paddling by 3:30
Trip leader: Dan Hoke

April, 2024

Saturday
6
Sunday
7
Herbert Jessen Landing
9:00 AM
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April 7 (Sunday) Herbert Jessen Landing above Bacons Bridge Road loop trip. (About 8 miles).

Rating: L1, sheltered, smooth pace.
Where: Meet at Herbert Jessen Landing (put Herbert Jessen Landing in your mapping app) and be prepared to LAUNCH by 9:15.
Logistics: high tide at Bacons Bridge is about 10:15. Plan to go up to at least 1 mile above Bacons Bridge and then turn around and return. Stop at Ashely River Park at Bacon‘s Bridge for a break.. bathrooms are available…for free.
Expect to be back at the landing by 2:30
Trip leader: Nancy Nicodemus
Saturday
13
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April 13 (Saturday): Seabrook Island, Deveaux Island, and Ocella Creek paddle. About 8 miles
Rating: L3. Open water, smooth pace
Where: park on Seabrook Island Road close to Boardwalk 9..which is well-marked. ( Put 341 Beach Club Villas in your mapping app to get close, but do not park in the condo parking lot) by 9:30.
Logistics: High tide is about 1. Paddle out to Deveaux Bank and then behind the bank, followed by going up the Edisto River to and into Ocella Creek.
Plan to be back at the landing no later than 2:45 PM.
Trip Leader: Rich Boss
Notes: 1. Limited to 11 cars, no trailers.
2. Must pre-register on website. (Rich needs to get your name to the front entrance gate.
3. Boats need to be at least 14 feet long and bring a skirt.
Saturday
20
Garris Landing
9:30 AM
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April 20 (Saturday): Garris Landing to the south end of Bull Island loop trip. About 10 miles.

Rating: L3, Open Water, smooth pace
Where; Meet at Garris Landing (Put Garris Landing in your mapping app) at 9:30. Launch at 10:00.
Logistics: Low tide is about 12:30. Plan to spend up to 3 hours exploring the beach before returning. Plan to be back at the landing no later than 4:30.
Trip Leader: Dan Hoke
Saturday
27
John P Limehouse Landing
11:00 AM
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April 27 (Saturday): Limehouse bridge, up the Wallace River, past Caw Caw loop trip. About 13 miles.

Rating: L2++, sheltered, smooth pace
Where: Put John P Limehouse Landing in your mapping app
Logistics: High tide at Limehouse Bridge is 12:30, plan to launch 1 hour before high tide. Meet at Limehouse Bridge Landing at 11:00 and launch by 11:15
Plan to be back at the landing no later than 4:00
Trip Leader: Leslie Maple
Note: 1. This is a high tide paddle but there is only 1 place to get out where we will snack and stretch
Sunday
28
Sol Legare Landing
10:30 AM
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SUP Trip Sunday April 28. 2 hours. Launch from Sol Legare Landing at 10:30. (Put Sol Legare public Boat ramp in your mapping app.)
Paddle up the Stono River and into the marsh on the incoming tide and return with current in approximately 2 hours. PFD and Leash are required.
Trip Leader: Bev Cosslett

May, 2024

Saturday
4
Cherry Point Landing
10:30 AM
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May 4 (Saturday): Cherry Point Landing to Deveaux Bank loop trip. About 9 miles.

Rating: L3, semi-open, smooth pace
Where: Meet at Cherry Point Boat Landing ( Put Cherry Point Boat Landing in your mapping app) in time to launch by 11:00 am.
Logistics: Low tide is 12:30. We’ll swim and eat on the beach and return with the incoming tide.
Plan to be back at the landing no later than 3:30.
Trip leader: Beth Heywood
Notes: Trip leader may require participants to have a skirt based on wind predictions. Enjoy the beach until the tide changes and then return!

Saturday
11
Buck Hall Recreation & Boat Landing
9:00 AM
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May 11 (Saturday) Buck Hall Landing to circumnavigate an island between the ICW and
Bulls Bay. About 10 miles.
Rating:L3, semi-open, smooth pace
Where: Meet at Buck Hall Landing (put Buck Hall Recreation Area and Boat Landing in your mapping app) in time to launch by 9:30.
Logistics: High tide is 11:19.
Plan to be back at the landing no later than
Trip leader: Dan Hoke
Note 1: This is a federal landing and a fee is required to enter. Expect to deposit $5 into the “iron ranger".
Note 2: Paddle south on the ICW and out Grahm Creek into Bulls Bay on the high tide. Follow the land side of Bulls Bay north and back in via Awendaw Creek. Select an oyster bar along the way for lunch. This can be reversed, depending on the wind direction.
Saturday
18
I-95 Northbound Rest-Area
10:00 AM
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May 18 (Saturday): Sparkleberry Swamp Loop Trip. About 8 miles.

Rating: L1, Sheltered, slow pace
Logistics: Paddlers are encouraged to camp at Santee State Park on Friday. Everyone, campers and those who do not camp will meet at the rest stop on I-95 just past the Santee exits (this is the rest area before you cross the bridge over the lakes put “Rest Stop I 95 North Santee” in your mapping app). Meet at the rest area at 10:00, leave at 10:15 and proceed to the swamp.
Plan to be back at the landing no later than 2:30.
Trip Leader: Michelle Lichtsinn
Camp Coordinator: Billy Self

Monday
27
Sol Legare Landing
10:30 AM
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SUP Trip Monday - May 27. 2 hours. Launch from Sol Legare Landing at 10:30. (Put Sol Legare public Boat ramp in your mapping app.) Paddle up the Stono River and into the marsh on the incoming tide and return with current in approximately 2 hours. PFD and Leash are required.
Trip Leader: Bev Cosslett


Non-club members and member guests must contact the trip leader before the trip. Equipment and paddling skills should be discussed with the trip leader. Member is your Smartwaiver current?SMARTWAIVER

June, 2024

Saturday
1
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June 1(Saturday): Sullivans Island (front beach by Fort Moultrie) to beach near Fort Johnson loop trip. About 6 miles.

Rating: L3, open water, quick pace
Where: Station 12 beach launch (put Station 12, Sullivans Island in your mapping app) and be prepared to LAUNCH by 9 AM.
Logistics: Low tide is about 10. Take a break on the beach and then return.
Plan to be back at the landing no later than noon.
Trip leader: Bev Cosslett
Saturday
15
Mars Old Field
9:00 AM
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June 15 (Saturday): Edisto River: Mars Oldfield to Messervy Landing. About 8 miles.

Rating:L1, sheltered, smooth pace
Where: Meet at Mars Old Field Landing by 9:00 AM, Unload kayaks and gear, then we will drive vehicles to Messervy Landing. Drop them off and proceed back to Mars O Field to launch.
Logistics: There are plenty of places to stop and get out.
Plan to be finished paddling no later than 1:30PM.
Trip leader: Billy Self
Saturday
22
Hatchery Boat Landing
10:00 AM
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June 22 (Saturday): Lake Moultrie, Fish Hatchery loop trip. About 7.5 miles.

Rating: L1, sheltered, easy pace
Logistics: Meet at Hatchery Boat Ramp at 10:00; launch by 10:30. Put: Hatchery Boat Ramp Pinopolis in your mapping app. It is on HWY 6, northwest of Moncks Corner. There is a large sign for the hatchery turnoff.
Expect to be back at the landing by 2:00
Trip leader: Tara Harney
Note: Flowers should be in full bloom.
Saturday
29
Pump House Landing
11:00 AM
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June 29 (Saturday): Black River: Pumphouse (Redds) landing to Pea House landing. About 10 miles.
Rating: L2, very sheltered, easy pace
Where: Meet at Pumphouse landing at 11:00. (Put Mulch Trail, Andrews in your mapping app.) It is on HWY 41, 2.25 miles from Main Street in Andrews. If you cross the Black River, turn around and go back ½ mile. The landing is on Redds Landing Road. Unload boats and run a shuttle to Pea House Landing. (NOT Pine Tree Landing which comes before Pea House Landing).
Logistics: We’ll get out on the paddle downstream.
Plan to be finished paddling no later than 3:30.
Trip leader: Beth Heywood