FAMOUS FISHING, PADDLING & MORE
Whether you’re looking for a reel good time or just a scenic ride through the Lowcountry marshlands, you’ll be out on the water early and often at Palmetto Bluff. For anglers, the options are as delightful as a Friday night fish fry – casting for largemouth bass in the freshwater ponds, fly-fishing for redfish in the salt marsh flats, trolling for trophies in the depths of the Atlantic. Whether you catch and release or cook up a perfect shore lunch, you’ll be thrilled by some of the best fishing in America.
Of course, the smooth and scenic waterways provide plenty of entertainment for those who aren’t inclined to bait the hook. You’ve never truly experienced a Lowcountry sunrise or sunset until you’ve seen one from a kayak or canoe, and the miles of water trails make for a paddler’s paradise. Power boaters can explore the May River and head out via the Intracoastal Waterway, then return to the 88-rack boatyard at Wilson Landing. Palmetto Bluff offers plenty of watercrafts for rental and private charters, including the meticulously restored 1913 yacht Grace – a truly amazing way to experience the Carolina waters.