Surrounded by Water

Situated just 10 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean, Callawassie Island is found at the confluence of Callawassie Creek and the Little Chechessee, Okatie, and Colleton Rivers. Entirely surrounded by salt marshes and tidal creeks, and with deep-water access to the Port Royal Sound via the Colleton River, there is no shortage of opportunities to get out and enjoy the Lowcountry waters and all of its wonders while on Callawassie Island.


Boating

Callawassie Island’s River Club docks offer community boat slips and deep-water access to the Colleton River, Port Royal Sound, and Atlantic Ocean. The Sugar Mill dock offers creek access to residents, perfect for crabbing or for just enjoying famous Callawassie Island sunsets. At our Paddler’s Point dock, it’s simple to launch a kayak into the surrounding marsh, and members of the island’s Paddlers Club are able to conveniently store their kayaks in the adjacent storage area.

Fishing

There are bountiful fishing spots in and around Callawassie Island. If you’re looking for deep sea fishing, the Atlantic Ocean is accessible from the adjoining Colleton River through the Port Royal Sound. We have to say though, some of the world’s best inshore fishing can be found in our surrounding tidal rivers, creeks, and freshwater ponds. From our community docks, you can often find residents casting a line and pulling up crab traps while enjoying the views. You can fish solo, or you can join the Callawassie Island Fishing Club and make some new fishing buddies.

Kayaking

There’s no better way to experience Callawassie Island’s flourishing wildlife and natural scenery than by kayaking along our waterways and surrounding creeks. Depart from one of our easily accessible community docks and paddle your way along and around the island. If you’re looking for an adventure alongside friends and neighbors, join members of the Paddlers Club on one of their many guided outings, and explore the waters even beyond Callawassie Island.

Surrounded by Water

Situated just 10 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean, Callawassie Island is found at the confluence of Callawassie Creek and the Little Chechessee, Okatie, and Colleton Rivers. Entirely surrounded by salt marshes and tidal creeks, and with deep-water access to the Port Royal Sound via the Colleton River, there is no shortage of opportunities to get out and enjoy the Lowcountry waters and all of its wonders while on Callawassie Island.

Boating

Callawassie Island’s River Club docks offer community boat slips and deep-water access to the Colleton River, Port Royal Sound, and Atlantic Ocean. The Sugar Mill dock offers creek access to residents, perfect for crabbing or for just enjoying famous Callawassie Island sunsets. At our Paddler’s Point dock, it’s simple to launch a kayak into the surrounding marsh, and members of the island’s Paddlers Club are able to conveniently store their kayaks in the adjacent storage area.

Fishing

There are bountiful fishing spots in and around Callawassie Island. If you’re looking for deep sea fishing, the Atlantic Ocean is accessible from the adjoining Colleton River through the Port Royal Sound. We have to say though, some of the world’s best inshore fishing can be found in our surrounding tidal rivers, creeks, and freshwater ponds. From our community docks, you can often find residents casting a line and pulling up crab traps while enjoying the views. You can fish solo, or you can join the Callawassie Island Fishing Club and make some new fishing buddies.

Kayaking

There’s no better way to experience Callawassie Island’s flourishing wildlife and natural scenery than by kayaking along our waterways and surrounding creeks. Depart from one of our easily accessible community docks and paddle your way along and around the island. If you’re looking for an adventure alongside friends and neighbors, join members of the Paddlers Club on one of their many guided outings, and explore the waters even beyond Callawassie Island.

 


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