Guided Canoe Tours
Have you ever wanted to take a canoe trip on Cedar Creek with a park ranger? The park offers a limited number of free guided canoe tours each year allowing visitors to experience the Congaree Wilderness in a unique way. While on the creek, rangers will talk about the natural and cultural history of the last remaining old-growth bottomland forest in the United States. Visitors will see large bald cypress, loblolly pine and a variety of wildlife while on the tour. Would you like to join us?
Canoe Tour Information
Canoe tour participants must meet the following requirements:
What to Bring
The park provides all canoes, paddles and personal flotation devices (PFD) for visitors. Those participating should bring with them:
Park staff reserve the right to cancel a canoe tour for any reason. Participants will be informed as soon as possible if a tour is cancelled. There are no rain checks or make-up dates for cancelled tours. Reasons a tour may be cancelled include, but are not limited to:
If you yourself must cancel a reservation, please let park staff know as soon as possible so that those seats can be filled. You can call the Visitor Center at (803) 776-4396 or cancel the tours on the reservations site yourself.