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Situated on the serene Edisto River, the longest blackwater stream in North America, Givhans Ferry State Park offers outdoor recreation enthusiasts a healthy dose of fun and relaxation. Boating, biking, camping, fishing, hiking, and bird watching can be enjoyed by folks of all ages.
The South Carolina State Park system is celebrating it's 75th anniversary , and their motto, "Come out and play!" is well suited to Givhans Ferry. This is a terrific place.
Two of the major attractions at Givhans Ferry is the River Bluff Nature Trail, (1.5 miles) http://www.sctrails.net/Trails/ALLTRAILS/interpretive/RiverBluff.html
and a portion of the Edisto River Main Stem Canoe Trail (23 miles, plus 15 highway miles to Colleton State Park) http://www.sctrails.net/trails/ALLTRAILS/WaterTrails/EdistoMain.html
For truly adventurous EXPERT paddlers, the entire length of the Water Trail can be attempted during the summer when the days are the longest of the year. A straight-through shot will require about 15 hours on the water plus car-spotting drive times.
Boating, biking, camping, fishing, hiking, rare plant observation, bird watching.
There are 25 sites with electric and water and a primitive camping area for group camping. 4 cabins are also available.
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$14 per night
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