Guiding the Waters from Myrtle Beach to Charleston SC
North Inlet Reserve is a pristine ocean fed estuary that’s roughly 20,000 acres of tidal marsh, expansive grass flats, creeks, bays and deep water channels. It’s a wild place sparking with life. The Reserve sits between Pawleys Island and Georgetown and is just a short drive from Myrtle Beach.
Winyah Bay is located in the historic port of Georgetown and is the third largest watershed on the East Coast. The bay is a brackish estuary with four major rivers flowing into it; the Waccamaw, Sampit, Black, and Pee Dee River. The confluence of these river systems make for a world class fishery.
Cape Romain National Wild Life Refuge is located between Charleston and Georgetown. The refuge is over 66,000 acres of barrier islands, shallow spartina flats, intricate creeks and expansive bays. Cape Romain is truly unspoiled and is teaming with wildlife and rich with history.
Santee Delta is the largest river delta system on the East Coast. The majority of the Delta is part of South Carolina’s WMA (Wildlife Management Area) . Santee Delta is just a short boat ride south of the historic port of Georgetown, comprised of two large rivers flowing into the ocean lined with barrier islands, creeks and large bays.