Fishing Piers in Lowcountry
Beaufort Area Fishing Piers
Broad River Fishing Pier at the Broad River Bridge
Broad River Fishing Pier is located west of Beaufort on State Highway 170. 720 feet. Parking. No fee. Handicapped access. Open year round.
1000 Robert Smalls Parkway, Beaufort
Charles C . Haigh, Jr., Fishing Pier – Public fishing pier in Hilton Head Island
The Charles C. Haigh Jr. Fishing Pier is one of the best Hilton Head Island fishing spots open-year round for saltwater fishing. There is a parking lot nearby and no fee to fish!
On Mckay Creek and Intracoastal Waterway. Parking. No fee. Open year round.
1640 Fording Island Rd, Hilton Head Island (Highway 278) across from Pinckney Island.
Daufuskie Island Dock and Float
On Daufuskie Island (accessible only by boat) southwest near New River.
On Intracoastal Waterway and New River. No fee. Restrooms. Open year round. 13 Haig Point Rd., Daufuskie Island.
At Hunting Island State Park. Highway US 21 east of Beaufort. Operated by SC Parks, Recreation and Tourism. On Fripp Inlet, 1,020 feet. Parking. Fee.
Port Royal Sands
Located at the end of Sands Beach Rd. Beautiful long wooden boardwalk with beach next to boat launch. No drinking water or restrooms. Parking. No fee. Open year round. 50 Sands Beach Rd., Port Royal.
Wimbee Fishing Pier
Turn right on dirt road, 1.5 miles. Beaufort County Public Works.
Small, isolated pier. Parking. No fee. Open year round.
550 Wimbee Landing Rd., Dale.
Colleton County Fishing Piers
Old Chehaw Pier
Off Highway US 17, 5.3 miles south of State Road 161 (unpaved). Small isolated pier on Old Chehaw River in Wiggins. Parking. No fee.
Open year round.