Blueway Adventures
© Blueway Adventures, LLC  2018
Kayak Tours - Kayak Fishing                 Scenic     Historic     Authentic                       Lowcountry Kayaking
Enjoy the outdoors with your family and friends. Kayaking is an easy, fun and relaxing way to learn about nature and lowcountry history. Many of our half-day and full-day kayak tours include a mid-tour break to stretch, walk around and explore islands. Children especially like the Nature Lovers tour where they can swim in shallow, clear lake waters and build sand castles on the beach. No kayaking or paddling experience is needed, plus we give basic kayaking instruction at the beginning of every tour. Join us for an experience you’ll always remember!  
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Ashley River
Stumphole Swamp
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Friday, April 24 Nature Lovers SC Coastal Master Naturalist Guided Kayak Tour 9 AM -11 AM | 200 Hines Drive, Bonneau Beach 1PM -3 PM | 200 Hines Drive, Bonneau Beach Get a taste of lowcountry life with a relaxing naturalist guided kayak tour on calm water with acres of fragrant water lilies, crested floating heart and more. Glide through this
beautiful wildlife management area where Bald Eagles and Osprey soar. Enjoy an easy
paddle in Lake Moultrie’s secret garden. Adults $32/person; Children $20/child (age 4-12 and must be in tandem kayak with an adult)
Saturday, April 25 Wadboo Creek SC Coastal Master Naturalist Guided Kayak Tour 9AM -11AM | Rembert C. Dennis Boat Landing, Hwy 402, Moncks Corner 1PM -3PM | Rembert C. Dennis Boat Landing, Hwy 402, Moncks Corner
Enjoy a naturalist guided kayak tour with revolutionary war and low country rice culture
history. Wadboo has breathtaking views of moss draped Cypress trees, abandon rice
fields, limestone bluffs and amazing wildlife. Learn about the “Swamp Fox” General
Francis Marion and the area where one of his last revolutionary war battle took place. All
while kayaking past elegant wading birds lining the creek banks. This is a great trip for
history buffs a and wildlife enthusiasts.  Adults $32/person; Children $20/child (age 4-12 and must be in a tandem with an adult)
Wadboo Paddle with Dr. Porcher
SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH 9AM - 12PM Rembert C. Dennis Landing, Hwy 402 at Wadboo Bridge, Moncks Corner SC $45/PERSON (AGES 13 & UP ONLY) ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED Exciting history and striking views make for ideal kayaking along the Cooper River. Paddle the area where “The Swamp Fox,” General Francis Marion, beat back a British attack during the Revolutionary War. Cool down on upper Wadboo Creek where Cypress and Tupelo trees provide deep shade. See 30’ tall limestone bluffs,Great Blue Herons and maybe even a wild hog or two. The tour will be led by renowned author and naturalist, Dr. Richard Porcher. “Porcher is an acclaimed biologist, historian, naturalist, author, conservationist, lecturer and teacher. Among his many accomplishments is a distinguished 33-year career as professor and researcher at The Citadel, during which he taught several thousand cadets, integrated field biology into his courses and used his research on South Carolina botanical and cultural resources to influence environmental policy.”(Source:  Citadel.edu) Dr. Porcher will discuss the flora, fauna & history of Wadboo Creek.  This is a paddle you don’t want to miss.
Postponed-to be rescheduled at a later date.
                      Blueway Adventures
Kayak Tours - Kayak Fishing                 Scenic     Historic     Authentic                      Lowcountry Kayaking
                              Scenic     Historic     Authentic                                  Lowcountry Paddling
843-697-2812
© Blueway Adventures, LLC  2018
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Military, Senior, Nonprofit, Corporate, Scouts and Church Group Discounts
Enjoy more photos, videos, upcoming activities and updates on our Facebook page
Friday, April 24 Nature Lovers SC Coastal Master Naturalist Guided Kayak Tour 9 AM -11 AM | 200 Hines Drive, Bonneau Beach 1PM -3 PM | 200 Hines Drive, Bonneau Beach Get a taste of lowcountry life with a relaxing naturalist guided kayak
tour on calm water with acres of fragrant water lilies, crested floating heart and more. Glide through this beautiful wildlife
management area where Bald Eagles and Osprey soar. Enjoy an easy
paddle in Lake Moultrie’s secret garden. Adults $32/person; Children $20/child (age 4-12 and must be in a tandem with an adult)
Blueway Adventures Co-sponsored Events: Please Scroll Down For more Events
Saturday, April 25 Wadboo Creek SC Coastal Master Naturalist Guided Kayak Tour 9AM -11AM | Rembert C. Dennis Boat Landing, Hwy 402, Moncks Corner 1PM -3PM | Rembert C. Dennis Boat Landing, Hwy 402, Moncks Corner
Enjoy a naturalist guided kayak tour with revolutionary war and low
country rice culture history. Wadboo has breathtaking views of moss
draped Cypress trees, abandon rice fields, limestone bluffs and
amazing wildlife. Learn about the “Swamp Fox” General Francis
Marion and the area where one of his last revolutionary war battle
took place. All while kayaking past elegant wading birds lining the
creek banks. This is a great trip for history buffs a and wildlife
enthusiasts.  Adults $32/person; Children $20/child (age 4-12 and must be in a tandem with an adult)
Wadboo Paddle With Dr. Porcher
SATURDAY, APRIL 18TH 9AM - 12PM Rembert C. Dennis Landing, Hwy 402 at Wadboo Bridge, Moncks Corner SC $45/PERSON (AGES 13 & UP ONLY) ALL EQUIPMENT PROVIDED Exciting history and striking views make for ideal kayaking along the Cooper River. Paddle the area where “The Swamp Fox,” General Francis Marion, beat back a British attack during the Revolutionary War. Cool down on upper Wadboo Creek where Cypress and Tupelo trees provide deep shade. See 30’ tall limestone bluffs,Great Blue Herons and maybe even a wild hog or two. The tour will be led by renowned author and naturalist, Dr. Richard Porcher. “Porcher is an acclaimed biologist, historian, naturalist, author, conservationist, lecturer and teacher. Among his many accomplishments is a distinguished 33-year career as professor and researcher at The Citadel, during which he taught several thousand cadets, integrated field biology into his courses and used his research on South Carolina botanical and cultural resources to influence environmental policy.”(Source:  Citadel.edu) Dr. Porcher will discuss the flora, fauna & history of Wadboo Creek.  This is a paddle you don’t want to miss.
Postponed-to be rescheduled at a later date.