Logan Waddell

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

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  1. The Lowdown on Surf Fishing in Charleston


    Everything you need to know to get started surf fishing in Charleston, including what equipment you need, where to go and what you'll catch.

  2. Where to Hideout during a Charleston Rainstorm


    Don't let the weather slow you down in Charleston rainstorm. These Charleston hideouts will help you weather the storm.

  3. How to Have a Locally-Sourced Thanksgiving Feast in the Lowcountry


    Source your Turkey Day spread locally this year for a traditional Lowcountry Thanksgiving.

  4. Dog-Friendly Charleston: Where to Hang in the Holy City with Man's Best Friend


    Charleston is an extremely dog-friendly city. From the trails to the taverns, here's where to hang in the Holy City with man's best friend.

  5. A Quick Guide to Charleston’s Top Running Clubs


    Charleston running clubs have helped grow the community to one of the strongest in the southeast, offering something for all runners.

  6. The Ups and Downs of Bike Commuting in Charleston


    Bike commuting in Charleston isn't always easy, but there are established groups in the city dedicated to making it easier.

  7. An Insider's Guide to Fly Fishing the Chattooga River


    From where to fuel up before fishing to what type of flies drive the native trout crazy, here's our guide to fly fishing the Chattooga River.

  8. The 5 Best Piers To Enjoy Around Charleston


    Take advantage of these piers in Charleston for lounging, fishing, eating, or simply enjoying the great views of the water and the city.

  9. Discovering Aiken: South Carolina's Next Great Trail Town


    Aiken, South Carolina, is one of the state's best-kept secrets for outdoor enthusiasts. You'll find incredible trails, excellent paddling, and small town charm that's perfect for a weekend getaway.

  10. Finding Fall in Charleston: 4 Autumn Adventures in the Lowcountry


    Locals (as well as in-the-know visitors) know that fall in Charleston is a golden season full of mild temperatures, less humidity, and subtle beauty.

  11. Pinckney Island Trail Running

    Hilton Head

    The island is home to one main trail that runs down the length of the island, and gives the opportunity for bikers, runners, and hikers to share the road. There are several tangential trails that begin from different points along the the main gravel path.

  12. 12 Must-Do Adventures in Aiken


    Aiken, South Carolina, has just about everything an outdoor enthusiasts could want. Hiking, mountain biking, trail running, paddling, and fishing are just some of the options in this historic town with an equestrian heritage.

  13. Talking Shop with One of Charleston’s Best Surfboard Shapers


    Surfboards are like snow flakes; no two are ever the same. Here, we sat down with one of Charleston's best surfboard shapers, Josh Hoke, to gain some insights into the world of shaping.

  14. The Best Bike Routes in Charleston


    With a maze of one-way streets and tight alleys, cruising the bike routes in Charleston is the way to go for fitness and function.

  15. 5 Charleston Restaurants Perfect for Post-Adventure Fuel


    The latest, locally sourced, out of the ordinary, eats in Charleston restaurants make post-adventure fueling part of the adventure.

  16. 4 After Dark Adventures to Have in Charleston


    From flounder gigging (look it up), to cruising South of Broad, here are a few of our favorite after dark adventures to have in Charleston help beat the winter blues.

  17. A Haunted History of Folly Beach (And Why You Should Celebrate Halloween Here)


    Home to centuries of spooky stories and eerie occurrences, here is a haunted history of Folly Beach, full of shipwrecks, soldiers, and restless souls.

  18. An Inside Look at the Wonderful World of the Lowcountry Cast and Blast


    Here, we bring you the inside scoop on one of the most important traditions among outdoorsmen in Charleston: the legendary Cast and Blast.

  19. 5 Adventurous Ways to Hit the Water on the Crystal Coast

    Crystal Coast

    The clear waters of the Crystal Coast of North Carolina are the perfect spot for diving, kayaking, kiteboarding, surfing, and paddleboarding.

  20. The Complete Guide to Spring Fishing on the Crystal Coast

    Crystal Coast

    The Crystal Coast is an 85 mile stretch of protected beach along North Carolina’s coast. Aside from being one of the most wildly beautiful barrier island systems on the planet, it's graced with some incredible fishing.

  21. 5 On-Land Outdoor Adventures to Have at the Crystal Coast

    The Crystal Coast of North Carolina is known for its stunning beaches, but you'd be surprised just how much there is to do away from the water.

  22. From Beach to Brew: 5 Places to Unwind After a Day on the Sand

    After a day playing on the beach, paddling, kiteboarding, or fishing on North Carolina's Crystal Coast, here are the best places to kick back and relax when the day is done.