Life on Callawassie Island is beautiful by land, and even more gorgeous by sea. Depart from our community docks and kayak around the island whenever you wish. Venture through the surrounding creeks and observe the wildlife and beautiful nature views. The Paddler’s Club conducts many guided outings for residents, and helps them explore the waters beyond Callawassie Island. At our Paddler’s Point dock, it is simple to launch a kayak into the Lowcountry marsh; Paddler’s Club members are able to conveniently store their kayaks in the adjacent storage area.
More On The Water
The Atlantic Ocean is accessible from the adjoining Colleton River through the Port Royal Sound for deep sea fishing, while some of the world's best inshore fishing abounds in our surrounding tidal rivers, creeks and freshwater ponds. Residents often catch fish and crab off our community docks. Callawassie Island members also have their own Fishing Club, where members can fish with friends.
The River Club docks offer community boat slips and deep-water access to the Colleton River, Port Royal Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. The Sugar Mill dock offers creek access to residents for crabbing and viewing the sunset. At our Paddler's Point dock, it is simple to launch a kayak into the Lowcountry marsh; Paddler's Club members are able to conveniently store their kayaks in the adjacent storage area.
Depart from our community docks and kayak around the island whenever you wish. Venture through the surrounding creeks and observe the wildlife and beautiful nature views. If you want an adventure with your friends and neighbors, join members of the Paddler's Club on one of their many guided outings, and explore the waters beyond Callawassie Island.
Whether it's a lifelong passion, or a budding interest you'd like to explore, Callawassie Island has an outlet for you. Through more than 50 onsite clubs and organizations, Callawassie Island offers a variety of opportunities for members to share their interests. From kayaking and card clubs to gardening, golf, or tennis, you’ll be able to find something that strikes your fancy.
Callawassie Island hosts a variety of events for members ranging from local musicians, artists, ecologists, master gardeners and Callawassie’s own Callawassie Chorus. These events are a great way for members to mingle with one another, strengthening their bond with each other and with the island as well. Check out some of the spectacular events we’ve shared by reading our monthly blogs.
Callawassie Island is a photographer's paradise. From the novice photographer to the more advanced, Callawassie’s photography club has a place for everyone. From our annual theme-based exhibits where member photos are submitted and displayed at our Clubhouse, to area field trips, workshops and expert speakers. Members of this club even released a Callawassie Island coffee table book.