Our SUP tours are an easy, intriguing, and very rewarding activity for everyone! All activities can be customized to fit your schedule, group size, and confidence level. We provide equipment, instruction, and guidance to show you the beauty of our local waters like you’ve never seen it before -- from the unique perspective only stand up paddling can bring -- “Walk across the water!”
Standard cost range from $35 to $65/person. And B-Y-O-B rates at $10 to $25 (Discounts available based on #'s involved, locations, etc.) have your own board/paddle.)
All tours and excursions are fair-weather and water only. We will not take you into rainy, windy, choppy, or otherwise sketchy weather or water conditions. Any reduction in the duration of your excursion due to weather will result in a proportionate $$ refund.
Urban SUP tour on Savannah River - Downtown Augusta, GA Tour | Back to TopView Urban SUP tour on Savannah River - Downtown Augusta in a larger map
A classic urban SUP excursion with many features to see from the unique, commanding perspective of a stand up paddleboard. Easy, down-stream current helps you along. Bridges, antique trestles, 100-year old+ spillways, majestic river homes, sculling crews are among the sites. Even a surprising amount of wildlife! Skill Level: All Levels
Augusta Canal | Augusta, GA | Back to TopView Augusta Canal SUP Tour - Upper and Lower legs in a larger map
See... I mean, REALLY see, one of the few waterways on the national historical registry. A rare gem of a SUP float in a semi-urban area. The Augusta Canal's first portion was completed in 1848 but is now returning to nature. A delightful, relaxing escape in which you can cover a lot of water in a short time (5.5 miles in under 2 hours). A steady flow can take you to your take out point without a stroke if you choose. Various take out points give lots of options for duration of your experience. Skil Level: First timer and up!
Saluda River Tour Columbia, SC | Back to Top
Launch at historic Village Creek Landing behind Bennie's Red Barn and explore the beautiful marshes between Sea Island and St. Simons Island and take out at Gould's Inlet. Duration 5.3 miles or approximately 3 hours. Skill Level: Intermediate and up!
Details to be announced