# 9 Santee River 1: Wilson’s Landing to HWY 52 — Rated: Very Strenuous, 25 Miles

Click Here for Downloadable Santee River # 1 Trail Guide Click Here for COMPLETE Downloadable Berkeley Blueways Guidebook   Summary:  Wilson’s Landing is located on the tailrace of the Lake Marion Dam. This is the longest paddle in the Berkeley Blueways program. This 25-mile section of the Santee River is best attempted by camping overnight and making two days of the adventure. During most water levels, there are many sandbars along the trip. There… Read More

# 10 Santee River 2: HWY 52 to Arrowhead Landing — Rated: Strenuous, 13 Miles

Click Here for Downloadable Santee River # 2 Trail Guide Click Here for COMPLETE Downloadable Berkeley Blueways Guidebook   Summary:  This section of the Santee River terminates at Arrowhead Landing on the Santee Cooper Rediversion Canal. This adventure has many sandbars, as well as islands for breaks, lunch or camping. There are two landmarks on this paddle: a railroad trestle at mile 4.9 and a set of high-tension power lines crossing the river at… Read More

# 11 Santee River 3: Arrowhead Landing to Jamestown — Rated: Very Strenuous, 16 Miles

Click Here for Downloadable Santee River # 3 Trail Guide Click Here for COMPLETE Downloadable Berkeley Blueways Guidebook   Summary:  This paddle begins at Arrowhead Landing in St. Stephen on the Rediversion Canal and ends at the Jamestown Landing adjacent to the HWY 41 bridge. Throughout the trip, there are numerous sandbars and small islands for lunch or rest spots. Wildlife consist of numerous large birds, deer and wild boar.   Difficulty:  Very strenuous, due… Read More