32 miles of coastline

Explore the tranquil water trails in your own kayak or canoe — or be a little more adventurous and grab a paddleboard.

Come Stay Awhile

Cast a line into one of our many ponds and lakes or in the May River. Explore the tranquil water trails in your own kayak or canoe — or be a little more adventurous and grab a paddleboard. If you prefer a slower-paced waterfront activity, pack a picnic basket and relax on a unique beach that nature hides with the tides. Twice a day, the receding tide reveals the silky beach of the May River Sandbar. Access is by boat only, and on sunny days, you can find an eclectic mix of locals and visitors relaxing on this little island of perfection, scrubbed clean twice daily by Mother Nature. Explore a new perspective.

Explore for yourself

Grab a paddleboard, kayak or canoe and take a tranquil tour of the spectacular Lowcountry scenery along the May River. Meander through the many water trails that wind through the property. Interested in dropping a line? Head to one of our many ponds and lakes for an angler’s paradise stocked with largemouth bass and bream, carefully managed for more than 70 years. Or board a boat and enjoy saltwater fishing with tarpon, cobia, redfish and sea trout in the spring and summer. Check in at Wilson Landing to learn more about tours, cruises and rentals available to you.

A cruise unlike any other

Gather your family and friends for an unforgettable cruise aboard the restored 1913 60-foot antique motor yacht, Grace. One of the last remaining pre-World War I gas-powered yachts, Grace has been completely restored to her original beauty and is looking stellar after more than a century of use. Named in honor of R.T. Wilson’s sister, Grace has had a long history of colorful owners, including James Adams, owner of the James Adams Floating Theatre. After her time in showbiz, Grace was abandoned a few times before falling into the hands of Palmetto Bluff. Grace is available for tours and private charter throughout the year for any special occasion — for more information, call 843-706-2757.

Cast a line with family

Head to one of our many ponds and lakes for an angler’s paradise stocked with largemouth bass and bream and carefully managed for more than 70 years. Or board a boat and enjoy saltwater fishing, with tarpon, cobia, redfish and sea trout in the spring and summer.

A maze of waterways

Three rivers provide an incredible backdrop for Palmetto Bluff making fishing, kayaking, paddleboarding and boating just a few of the great ways to explore our slice of heaven. Plan your excursion to explore the Lowcountry the way it was meant to be seen — by water.