Black River Outdoors

The Myrtle Beach area is much more than a great beach. There is a whole different world waiting just a few miles inland along the rivers, creeks, and marshes of the South Carolina Lowcountry. A 15-minute drive from downtown Myrtle Beach and you’re kayaking on the Waccamaw River: A beautiful, black water river with towering cypress trees draped in Spanish moss, warblers singing in the brush, and swallow-tailed kites circling overhead (not to mention snakes and alligators). 

Come on a kayaking tour in Myrtle Beach with Black River Outdoors, and let one of our amazing and entertaining guides show you a side of the Grand Strand that most visitors to our enchanting area miss completely.

Kayak Fishing Trip

Our fishing kayaks let you go where the big fish are, in very shallow creeks and inlets where power boats can’t go! Visit the best saltwater fishing spots in the area.

Cypress Swamp Tour (Cox Ferry)

Paddle along the Waccamaw River and the surrounding creeks and Cypress Swamps, shaded by beautiful cypress trees draped in Spanish moss.

4-Hour Salt Marsh Tour

This Myrtle Beach kayak tour is like the two-hour Salt Marsh Tour, but longer, with a nice walk and better chance of seeing birds and marine life.

Huntington Beach State Park Salt Marsh Tour

Join the Huntington Beach State Park naturalist for a two-hour paddle around the salt marsh and learn about its ecosystem and the animals that reside there. You will see many beautiful birds and possibly alligators.