Things To Do
Edisto Island Bike Paths
Grab a bicycle and get ready to explore the bike paths of beautiful Edisto Island. The five-mile flat surface bike path has minimal traffic and is ideal for almost any type of children’s or adult bike.
The Ace Basin
The Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin is one of South Carolina’s natural wonders. It’s 350,000 acres and named after the three rivers drain into St. Helena Sound and eventually spills into the Atlantic Ocean.
Edisto Island Golf
'The Plantation Course at Edisto', originally known as Oristo, is by far one of the best-golfing experiences! Who can think of a better way to spend the day than out on this beautiful course.
Edisto Island Attractions
Edisto has a lot of attractions on the island ready for you to explore. If you are into the history of the area or the wild life, we have some amazing places for you to visit!
Edisto Island Photography
It's amazing to be able to experience the wonders of Edisto Island, but why not having something to always look back on to remember and cherish? Edisto Island has wonderful photographers ready to help you freeze that amazing moment in time!
Edisto Island Eco Tours
Want to experience a tour like no other? Check out the Edisto Island Eco Tours! You will get to enjoy the cultural historic waters around the island with an unforgettable experience.
Edisto Island Fishing
Who doesn't love the relaxing and exhilarating experience of fishing? Edisto Island offers, what many believe, to the best fishing anywhere! It doesn't matter if you are an expert or new to it, there is a little bit of everything for everyone. Grab your reel and enjoy!
Kayaking Tours and Rentals
Kayaking around Edisto Beach will bring a whole new world to life for you and your family. Rent a boat or two and go it alone, or take a guided tour with a trusted outfitter.
Swimming off Edisto
While you are on the island, don't forget to check out Edisto Beach! This is an almost daily thing with such an amazing beach! Just remember, that there are no lifeguards on Edisto Beach, so be mindful of strong currents and rip tides.