Logan Waddell

Hilton Head, Charleston, Boise, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, Aiken, Crystal Coast

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  1. Baynard Cove Creek Paddling

    Hilton Head

    This is the perfect short length trip on Hilton Head. It is easy to get to, and the water is nice and calm for beginners, though the water recedes dramatically during low tide.

  2. Pinckney Island Paddling

    Hilton Head

    If you enjoy seeing more wildlife than you previously thought imaginable, you should paddle around Pinckney Island. The National Wildlife Refuge has done exactly what it was meant to do, and fosters more sea birds, flora and fauna than anywhere else in the area.

  3. Buck Island Paddling

    Hilton Head

    Paddlers who are looking for an easy trip off the beaten path are going to love this island. It’s close enough to where a beginner will have no problem getting out, yet it feels like you’ve stumbled upon some deserted island in the middle of the ocean.

  4. Calibogue Sound Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The sound is one of the best places to go to spot marine life on Hilton Head Island. You’re almost guaranteed a few dolphin sightings while paddling, and if you’re lucky, one may swim right up next to you, as they’re known to do every once in a while.

  5. Daufuskie Island Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The best part of the island is the fact that it offers coastal paddling along the beach, as well as opportunities to paddle the marsh on the west side and behind the island. Hilton Head Island is the same, though there are not nearly as many people on Daufuskie.

  6. Little Tybee Island Paddling

    Hilton Head

    The best part of Little Tybee is the challenge. First off, you have to kayak there. Don’t even try motoring a boat, because if you don’t know the creeks and sandbars like the back of your hand, you’re getting stuck.

  7. Palmetto Dunes Lagoon Paddling

    Hilton Head

    There are 11 miles of creeks that make up the lagoon system, all managed by the original tidal gates installed over 30 years ago. The gates control water levels and flow of the lagoon, so no matter where you are the water is always calm and at its optimum height.

  8. Bear Island Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    Bear Island is home to just under 5 miles of out-and-back trail systems that lead you along dikes, beside marsh, and over wetlands. Closer toward mainland you’ll run through pine and hardwoods, and on the southern end of the island.

  9. Sea Pine Forest Reserve Hiking

    Hilton Head

    The preserve is home to two main trails: the blue arrow trail, approximately 1 mile long, and the Orange Arrow Trail, approximately 2 miles long. The entirety of the preserve is criss-crossed with service roads and trail tangents that lead to various destinations within the boundary of Sea Pines.

  10. Skidaway Island State Park Hiking

    Hilton Head

    Skidaway is a great place to set up camp and take advantage of the 6 miles of trails, including the interpretive center available within the park’s boundaries.

  11. Combahee Unit of ACE Basin Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    This trail is perfect for a shorter trail run, or if you’re looking to go further take another lap. This trail is akin to running through the jungle in some parts. If you run the loop twice going in opposite directions, it feels like an entirely different trail.

  12. Edisto Beach Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    There are 7 trails within the park’s boundaries, two of which are significantly longer than the rest, though none of the trails are longer than 2 miles. The Spanish Mount Trail-a 1.7 mile long stroll through pine and hardwoods that leads to one of the oldest Native American shell mounds in the country.

  13. Jarvis Creek Park Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    Jarvis Creek Park is where you want to take the family for a day outside. If you come here looking for a challenging trail run, you’re going to be disappointed by all of the happy children running around you and the perfectly manicured paved trail system.

  14. Savannah National Wildlife Refuge Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    Savannah National Wildlife refuge is located just outside of Hardeeville, SC, about 22 miles or 30 minutes West of Hilton Head Island.

  15. Fort Pulaski Hiking

    Hilton Head

    This is an amazing place to trail run and/or hike. Go here for an easy, flat run that will still provide all the benefits of running through the lowcountry: marsh views, sandy trails, shady lanes, and ocean breezes.

  16. A Beginner's Guide to Surfing Folly Beach

    Charleston

    Folly Beach is the place to go for surfing near Charleston, S.C. Here's what you need to know to get the most out of he trip.

  17. 5 Things to Remember When Backpacking in the Lowcountry

    Charleston

    Take these 5 things on your next trip backpacking in the Lowcountry to help adapt to the unique environment of marshes, oaks, and ocean.

  18. 3 Great Staycations Around Charleston

    Charleston

    You don't have to travel far to find a unique outdoor experience with these three staycations around Charleston.

  19. 7 Things to Check Off a Charleston Summer Bucket List

    Charleston

    Forget the usual tourist stops, here are 7 activities to cross off your Charleston summer bucket list and really enjoy the outdoors.

  20. 5 Places to Get a Great Lunchtime Workout in Charleston

    Charleston

    Leave your desk and get outside to enjoy a lunchtime workout in Charleston. Here are 5 great options to get you energized in the afternoon.

  21. Wild Blue Ropes

    Charleston

    Wild Blue Ropes is a complex system of ropes, cables, and structures spanning across 2 acres of James Island. It's a fantastic place to round up the crew and try something completely new and exciting.

  22. Lowcountry Lingo: Your Dictionary for Charleston Terminology

    Charleston

    Plenty of cities have their own local language, but very few stand up to Charleston's diverse lexicon. Here's your guide to Lowcountry lingo.

  23. The Secret Side of Charleston—Discovering Hidden Alleys and Passageways

    Charleston

    The secret side of charleston is full of hidden alleys, passageways, trails that will help you understand the history of the city—and enjoy the outdoors.

  24. Where to Ride Out A (Thankfully Mild) Charleston Hurricane

    Charleston

    This Charleston hurricane season has been mild but busy, offering residents ample chances to enjoy the storms while bellying up to the bar.

  25. The Art of Porch Lounging in Charleston

    Charleston

    For Lowcountry locals, porch lounging in Charleston a way of life. Here are some of our favorite spots to relax and take in the scenery.