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ips for an enjoyable trip to a Charleston County Boat Landing!


We have maintained 19 public boat landings throughout Charleston County since August 1995. These waterway access points are popular, so read on for boat landing rules, regulations, and some tips to make your next trip to a county boat landing easier...


Boat Ramp
Body of Water
Location
1. Pierpont*
Church Creek
West Ashley [Directions]
2. Remley's Point
Wando River
Mount Pleasant [Directions]
3. Paradise
Wando River
Mount Pleasant [Directions]
4. Steamboat
Steamboat Creek
Edisto Island [Directions]
5. Wappoo Cut
ICW Elliott Cut
James Island [Directions]
6. Battery Island (Sol Legare)
Stono River
James Island [Directions]
7. Folly Beach Landing
Folly River
Folly Beach [Directions]
8. Riverland Terrace (Plymouth)
ICW Wappoo Creek
James Island [Directions]
9. John P. Limehouse
ICW Stono River
Johns Island [Directions]
10. Cherry Point
Bohicket Creek
Wadmalaw Island [Directions]
11. Bulow
Rantowles Creek
West Ashley [Directions]
12. Martins
Edisto River
Parkers Ferry Area [Directions]
13. Penny Creek Landing*
Penny Creek
Willton Area [Directions]
14. Willtown Bluff
Edisto River
Willtown, Adams Run [Directions]
15. Dawhoo Landing
ICW Dawhoo River
Edisto Island [Directions]
16. Shem Creek Landing
Shem Creek
Mount Pleasant [Directions]
17. Gadsonville*
Copahee Sound
Mount Pleasant [Directions]
18. W.O. Thomas Jr.
Ashley River
North Charleston [Directions]
19. Toogoodoo Landing
Toogoodoo Creek
Meggett [Directions]

*Due to a variety of constraints, launching standard size watercraft from these locations is not recommended. The launching of kayaks and canoes is more appropriate. (Caution should be exercised at all public boat ramps. Tides, currents, and natural conditions can greatly affect usage of ramps at any time. Serious drop-offs are present at low tide.

Safety Awareness


  • Please follow all South Carolina Department of Natural Resources boating regulations.
  • Caution should be exercised at all public boat ramps. Tides, currents, and natural conditions can greatly affect usage of ramps at any time. Serious drop-offs may be present at low tide.
  • Two boat landings, Shem Creek and W. O. Thomas, have a life preserver (PFD) loaner program. This service is provided by a private business, and PFD availability is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Vehicles should be locked and valuables removed from view. CCPRC is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen property.