2-3 Hours • All Ages • Minimum 20 People
Cut loose with a kayaking or tubing adventure on the beautiful Edisto River with Edisto River Adventures!
Do you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday routine? Cut loose with a kayaking adventure on the beautiful Edisto River in South Carolina with Edisto River Adventures!
Our riverfront outpost in Ridgeville, SC (just an hour from the Top City in the US, Charleston, SC) is designed to help you break away for the day or the weekend and reconnect with nature—kayaking, tubing, fossil excursions, playing beach volleyball, grilling out, diving for shark teeth, it's all here.
Solid Bottom Tube - $32.60 + tax
Traditional Tube with Hole - $32.60 + tax
Traditional Tube with Headrest and Cupholder - $32.60 + tax
Bring your friends and family for an unforgettable experience!
2-3 hours depending on river level. River Levels, Wind, Group Size can all affect the float time. On occasion float times can run over and under these estimates.
Take a relaxing float down the worlds longest free flowing lazy river. With a nice sandy bottom experience from entry to exit our trips average 2-3 hours depending on river levels. Includes all the after float fun on our private outpost, exclusive to our guests. We offer a full size volleyball court, corn hole boards, covered cabana with swings and cover from the sun, picnic tables, changing room, and port o lets. Scheduled Food Trucks on site. Givhans Ferry State Park does charge an entrance fee of $6 per adult, discounts for children and seniors.
- A durable large tube.
- Shuttle back to vehicle.
- Sandbar for swimming upon your return & volleyball, cornhole, jenga, music, picnic areas
- Changing Room and Shower& Port O Let
What to Bring
You should wear your bathing suit or shorts, whatever you don’t mind getting wet. Sunscreen is recommended – you will be on the river for a couple hours.
New for 2022 season...Check In and Launch Site is now Givhans Ferry State Park, 746 County Line Rd S-18-30 (Givhans Ferry Rd), Ridgeville SC 29472. Staff will be on site to greet and check you in at Riverfront Hall within the State Park. Shuttles will be at the end of the float - from the outpost to the State Park. Please be prepared to pay admission into the park.