Edisto Island Day Trips

Edisto Island Day Trips

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Option 1 – Serpentarium & Museumalt

1. Edisto Serpentarium

843-869-1171

1374 Hwy 174 -hours seasonal

Reptiles native to the region  are on display at the
Serpentarium. Indoor and outdoor facilities are available for viewing the beautiful creatures housed here. Outdoor ponds surrounded by landscaped gardens are home to alligators and turtles.

 alt2. Lunch at a local restaurant

Whether you are looking for pizza, B-B-Q, lunch baskets or fine dining, Edisto Island has a lunch destination to satisfy your taste buds.

3. Edisto Island Museum

843-869-1954Edisto Museum

8123 Chisolm Plantation Rd -hours seasonal

At this museum visitors can explore the rich history and artifacts that are unique to Edisto Island.  Fascinating stories are told through artifacts dating from Native Americans to present times. Located in the center of the island, the museum is open Tuesday thru Saturday, from 1-4 pm.

Option 2 – Nature Tours of Edisto Island

alt1. Botany Bay Plantation Wildlife Management Area
843-869-2998

Read HERE about a day spent on Botany Bay.

Botany Bay Rd, off Hwy 174 – open daylight hours when not hunting

Visitors to Botany Bay will find the ruins of an 1800’s plantation house, slave quarters and several intact outbuildings from the 1840’s. Two miles of beach stretch across the eastern border of the plantation.  Visitors are required to obtain a day pass from the kiosk at the main gate on Botany Bay Rd.  Jason’s Lake is open for adult-youth catch and release fishing Friday-Sunday.

 alt2. Lunch at a local restaurant

Edisto Island has many different lunch options. Just click on the picture to view your choices.

alt3. Edisto Beach State Park
843-869-2156

Hwy 174 – open daylight hours

Edisto Beach State Park is rich in wildlife and history. Trails are in abundance for hiking and biking. The maritime forest of live oak and palmetto trees holds a series of trails that wind throughout the island. There is also an Environmental Learning Center which holds exhibits highlighting the natural history of Edisto Island and the surrounding ACE Basin.

altOption 3 – Fishing off Edisto Island

The waters surrounding Edisto Island are filled with many  varieties of fish. Spend the day in a boat with a seasoned charter fishing captain making memories that will last a lifetime.

1. Charter fishing trip

2. Dinner at a local restaurant

Head to a local restaurant after a long day of fishing.

Option 4 – Edisto Church Touralt

Edisto Island is home to many historically significant churches. Stroll the grounds and enjoy the history.
Read our blog on the Historic Churches of Edisto Island.

1. Old First Baptist Church

1644 Hwy 174

This Church was founded and built in 1818 by the wife of an Edisto plantation owner, Hephzibah Jenkins Townsend. Many slaves worshiped here, and after the Civil War it was turned over to the African-American congregation. Descendants of 19th century members continue to worship today in the New First Baptist Missionary Church next door.

alt2. Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island

2164 Hwy 174

Established in 1685, the Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island is one of the oldest Presbyterian churches in the country. Tourists and genealogical researchers often frequent its historic graveyard, which dates back to 1787 and is the final resting place of many Edisto Island natives.

3. Trinity Episcopal Church (1589 Hwy 174)alt

Founded in 1774, the present church, consecrated in 1881, stands on the sight of the old sanctuary. The church was occupied by federal troops during the Civil War, destroyed by fire in 1876 and damaged by the hurricane of 1893. The sanctuary was rebuilt and features beautiful interior work done by a former slave. The old bead-board and blown glass windows have been lovingly preserved.

Option 5 – Kayaking Excursion

altSpend the day paddling the unspoiled waterways around Edisto Island.
Be sure to bring your camera along to capture the beauty.

1. Kayak the rivers around Edisto Island

2. Lunch on the shore

Edisto Island Area Dining

Edisto Beach and around the Island Dining

Briny Swine Smokehouse & Oyster Bar
3731 Docksite Rd, (843)361-1460

Coots Bar & Grill
102 Palmetto Blvd, (843)631-1366

Edisto Seafood Market
3729 Docksite Rd, (843)869-3446

Ella & Ollie’s Seafood Restaurant
21 Fairway Dr, (869)4968

Flowers Seafood Co
1914 SC Hwy 174, (843)869-0033

King’s Market
2559 Hwy 164, (843)869-3600

La Retta’s Pizzeria
114 Jungle Rd, (843)869-9178

McConkey’s Jungle Shack
108 Jungle Rd, (843)869-0097

Old Post Office Restaurant
1442 SC Hwy 174, (843)869-2339

Pressley’s at the Marina
3702 Docksite Rd,  (843)869-9226

Sea Cow Eatery
145-A Jungle Rd, (843)869-3222

Tortuga’s Mexican Grill
114 Jungle Rd, (843)631-5110

The Waterfront Restaurant
136 Jungle Rd, (843)869-4007

Whaley’s Restaurant & Bar
2801 Myrtle St, (843)869-2161

Edisto Island Accommodations

Edisto Island Accommodations

 

Camping

Edisto Island State Park
8377 State Cabin Rd
(843)869-2756, (866)345-PARK

Edisto Kennels
960 Walwood Road, (843)631-0144

For more pet services visit Edisto Beach Chamber of Commerce.

 

Vacation & Property Rentals

Atwood Vacations
495 Hwy 174, (843)869-2151
(866)713-5214

Carolina One Vacation Rentals
440 Hwy 174 (843)869-2516
(800)945-9667

Coldwell Banker Sea Island Realty
142 Jungle Rd, (843)869-3163
(800)736-1734

Club Wyndham Ocean Ridge
1 King Cotton Rd
(843) 869-4500, (800)428-1932

Edisto Real Estate Company
143 Jungle Rd, (843)869-3939
(866)446-2743

Edisto Sales & Rentals Realty
1405 Palmetto Blvd, Edisto
(843)869-2527, (800)868-5398

Edisto’s Best Rentals
(843)633-0269

Egret’s Pointe Rentals
547 Hwy 174, (843)869-0100

 

 

Edisto Island Area | South Carolina Lowcountry

 

Edisto Island Area

Edisto Island Museum
8123 Chisolm Plantation Rd., T-Th-S 1-4 pm, Call for Summer hours: (843)869-1954. Exhibits of sea island plantation life, Civil War & Native American displays.
Admission Fee. www.edistomuseum.com.

Botany Bay Plantation
Hwy 174, Edisto Island, (843)953-9300. Botany Bay Plantation, a 4,630-acre tract located on Edisto Island, isBotany Bay Icehouse now open for public access. The ecologically and historically significant property was privately maintained until recently by former owner, Margaret Pepper. The late Mrs. Pepper preserved the natural integrity of the land and fostered a diverse array of habitats including maritime forests, salt marsh, tidal creeks, freshwater ponds and hammock islands. The tract is now managed by S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) as a part of the agency’s Wildlife Management Area (WMA) program. DNR’s stewardship of the property will continue Peppers’ customary legacy towards enhancing habitat for all wildlife species while providing public access including compatible educational and recreational opportunities and uses of the land.

Edisto Beach State Park Interpretive Center
With the theme “Choosing to Protect Our Coast,” the Edisto Interpretive Center helps promote the wise use of coastal resources. It is headquarters for Edisto Beach State Park’s interpretive programs and curriculum-based field studies, and for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ education and research services.
(843)869-4330
www.southcarolinaparks.com

Old First Baptist Church
1644 Hwy. 174, Edisto Island, (843)869-2432. This church, dedicated in 1818, is historically significant as a church founded by a woman, Hephzibah Jenkins Townsend, and as an integral part of black history. Baptists had worshiped on Edisto since 1686, but there was no church. In 1811, she obtained the original church site and erected the building. In the late 1860s the trustees turned it over to the black members who have operated it continuously to date.

Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island
2164 Hwy. 174, Edisto Island, (843)869-2326. This is the oldest congregation in continuous existence in South Carolina. The current sanctuary was constructed in 1830, replacing the original building erected in 1710. By the early 1800s, Edisto planters began to accumulate unimaginable wealth thanks to the production of Sea Island cotton. Worship was an integral part of their lives, hence when they began to prosper, that prosperity was reflected in a new church of Classic Greek Revival architecture. This structure has survived enemy occupation and hurricanes and is considered one of the most beautiful churches in the Lowcountry. It has a large graveyard with many fine monuments dating from 1785.

Trinity Episcopal Church
1589 Hwy. 174, Edisto Island, (843)869-3568. The first church was built in 1774 on the site of the present building. Nothing is known of the fate of this first building. Second edifice was built in 1880, but was almost completely destroyed by a hurricane in 1893. A former slave rebuilt it, adorning the interior with woodwork.

Edisto Island SerpentariumBig Alligator Edisto Serpentarium
1374 Hwy. 174, Edisto Island (843)869-1171, M-S 10am-6pm May 1-Labor Day. More than 500 reptiles on display. Reptile shows hourly. www.edistoserpentarium.com

Shopping in Edisto Island, SC

Edisto Beach Shopping and around the Island

Edisto Island Bookstore
547 Hwy 174, (843)869-1885

Edisto Island Museum & Gift Shop
8123 Chisolm Plantation Rd, (843)869-1954

Edisto Surf Shop
145 Jungle Rd, (843)869-9283

Edistonian Gift Shop & Gallery/Surf
& Turf Beachwear
406 Hwy 174, (843)869-4466

Island Bikes & Outfitters
140 Jungle Rd, (843)869-4444

Plantation Course Pro Shop Edisto Beach
19 Fairway Dr, (843)869-1111

Revel Gifts & Gourmet Foods
438 Hwy 174, (843)631-1096

Sabal & Oak
114 Jungle Rd, (843)869-7888

Edisto Resort Wear
114 Jungle Rd, (843)869-1200

The Marina at Edisto Beach
3702 Dockside Rd, 843-631-5055

The Joggle Factory
8215 Palmetto Rd, (843)200-2073

With These Hands Gallery
547 Hwy 174, (843)869-3509

 

Edisto Kitty Shopping 6

 

Edisto Island Accommodations

Edisto Beach and Around the Island

Camping

Edisto Island State Park
8377 State Cabin Rd
(843)869-2156, (866)345-PARK
www.southcarolinaparks.com/edistobeach/camping.aspx

Vacation & Property Rentals

Atwood Vacations
495 Hwy 174, (843)869-2151, (866)713-5214
www.atwoodvacations.com

Edisto Sales & Rentals Realty
Edisto Rentals and Sales are our specialty. Unparalleled family vacations in homes &
villas on uncommercialized Edisto Beach. Invest in your future with property on Edisto. Edisto Beach… Where dreams come true and families come to play. 1405 Palmetto Blvd. Edisto Beach, SC 29438. (843)869-2527,
(866)856-6538, www.edistorealty.com

Egret’s Pointe Townhouses
547 Hwy 174, (843)869-0100
www.egretspointe.com

Prudential, Kapp-Lyons Realty
Let us help you discover the hidden beauty of Edisto. We are dedicated to providing you the finest service in real estate sales and vacation rentals. 440 Hwy 174, Edisto Island, SC 29438. (843)869-2516 or (800)945-9667
www.kapplyons.com
Tom Kapp, (843)708-0008, tkapp@kapplyons.com
Van Leer Rowe, (843)607-7082, vlrowe@bellsouth.net
Matt Van Bakergem, (843)708-9991, matt@vanbakergem.com
Walton Salley, (843)631-0222, salleyw@bellsouth.net

Wyndham Ocean Ridge Resort
1 King Cotton Rd, (843)869-2561, (877)296-6335
www.wyndhamoceanridge.com

 

Edisto Beach

Edisto Beach in South Carolina

When you reach the end of scenic byway SC Highway 174, you will arrive at Edisto Beach. Edisto, pronounced “EH dis tow”, is one of the most serene beaches found on the South Carolina coast. By water, Edisto Beach is located in St. Helena Sound where the ACE Basin meets the Atlantic Ocean. Travel by land or sea to reach this destination is truly a delightful stroll through nature at its finest. By land, the meandering Highway 174 takes you through and over marshes and rivers under a tranquil canopy of graceful oaks threaded with Spanish moss. By water, the ACE Basin offers abundant wildlife including majestic wood storks, egrets, herons and an American bald eagle or two if you are so lucky. The sea creatures that you may encounter can include dolphins, sea otters, alligators and a variety of fish to delight any angler.

 

The beach itself is “gently” developed with low-level beach houses situated along 4.5 miles of uncrowded, pristine beach, beside the many tidal creeks and rivers and throughout the interior. Countless families have spent generations of vacations exploring the natural beauty this special place has to offer. With its laid-back lifestyle and quiet, yet breath-taking, natural setting, this sea island destination provides everyone a chance to enjoy the slower pace of days gone by.

Visit the Edisto Chamber’s website at www.EdistoChamber.com or check out the links below.

 

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Playing in the water

 

Attractions on Edisto Beach and Around the Island


3706 Dock Site Rd. This park is owned by the Town of Edisto Beach and is an excellent place to try your hand at fishing or crabbing off the dock. There are open areas for a family picnic or a romantic walk with a spectacular view of the marsh surrounding Big Bay Creek. There is an intreperative center there and on Wednesdays, they have an Arts and Crafts and Farmers Market, weather permitting. Bay Creek Park is also a great venue for different festivals during the year.

Botany Bay Plantation
Hwy 174, Edisto Island, (843)953-9300. Botany Bay Plantation, a 4,630-acre tract located on Edisto Island, is now open for public access. The ecologically and historically significant property was privately maintained until recently by former owner, Margaret Pepper. The late Mrs. Pepper preserved the natural integrity of the land and fostered a diverse array of habitats including maritime forests, salt marsh, tidal creeks, freshwater ponds and hammock islands. The tract is now managed by S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) as a part of the agency’s Wildlife Management Area (WMA) program. DNR’s stewardship of the property will continue Peppers’ customary legacy towards enhancing habitat for all wildlife species while providing public access including compatible educational and recreational opportunities and uses of the land. Read our Blog Post on Botany Bay for more images and information.

Edisto Beach State Park and Interpretive Center
Edisto Beach State Park features trails for hiking and biking that provide a wonderful tour of the park. The park’s environmental education center is a “green” building with exhibits that highlight the natural history of Edisto Island and the surrounding ACE Basin. With the theme “Choosing to Protect Our Coast,” the Edisto Interpretive Center helps promote the wise use of coastal resources. It is headquarters for Edisto Beach State Park’s interpretive programs and curriculum-based field studies, and for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources’ education and research services.
(843)869-4330 (photo by Wendie Smith)

Edisto Island Museum
8123 Chisolm Plantation Rd,(843)869-1954
Exhibits of sea island plantation life, Civil War & Native American displays.
Admission Fee.

Edisto Island Serpentarium
1374 Hwy 174, Edisto Island (843)869-1171
The Edisto Island Serpentarium is a culmination of more than 50 years of snake hunting adventure and experience by brothers Ted and Heyward Clamp of Edisto Island, SC. The modern indoor facility and beautifully landscaped outdoor gardens house a wide variety of reptiles, mostly those collected by the Clamp brothers and native to the southeastern United States. The reptiles in the outdoor gardens are not displayed behind glass but are viewed by visitors who look over low-walled enclosures to observe the snakes living in streams, climbing in trees or basking on stumps or logs exactly as they would be seen if encountered in the wild. Read our Blog Post on the Edisto Island Eerpentarium.

8675 Willtown Rd, Hollywood, (843)889-3084
Originally built by George Washington Morris in 1828, the plantation house has passed through multiple hands until acquired by US Fish & Wildlife Service in 1992. Today, the house is one of the few antebellum mansions left in the area after the Civil War. Come tour the historical home and rice fields today!

Old First Baptist Church
1644 SC Hwy 174, Edisto Island, (843)631-5040
This Church was founded and built in 1818 by the wife of an Edisto plantation owner, Hephzibah Jenkins Townsend. Many slaves worshiped here, and after the Civil War it was turned over to the African-American congregation. Descendants of 19th century members continue to worship today in the New First Baptist Missionary Church next door. The building is currently used by the Episcopal Church on Edisto.

The Plantation Course at Edisto
19 Fairway Dr, Edisto Beach (843)869-1111. The sole golf course on the island enjoys an interesting history dating back to its origin in 1973.  Originally known as ‘Oristo’ and later as ‘The Edisto Beach Golf Club’, the course takes pride in its new name…. ‘The Plantation Course at Edisto’.

Presbyterian Church on Edisto
2164 SC Hwy 174, Edisto Island, (843)869-2326
Established in 1685, the Presbyterian Church on Edisto Island is one of the oldest Presbyterian churches in the country. Tourists and genealogical researchers often frequent its historic graveyard, which dates back to 1787 and is the final resting place of many Edisto Island natives.

Trinity Episcopal Church
1589 SC Hwy 174, Edisto Island, (843)869-3568
Founded in 1774, the present church, consecrated in 1881, stands on the sight of the old sanctuary. The church was occupied by federal troops during the Civil War, destroyed by fire in 1876 and damaged by the hurricane of 1893. The sanctuary was rebuilt and features beautiful interior work done by a former slave. The old bead-board and blown glass windows have been lovingly preserved.

 

 

 

 

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Botany Bay Icehouse

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Big Alligator Edisto Serpentarium

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