Aiken County, SC, Boating Information

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Boating and Fishing in Aiken County

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There are eight boat landings in Aiken County, South Carolina. Three are located on the South Fork Edisto River. The Edisto is the largest free-flowing black water river in the United States. Three are also along the Savannah River, meandering all the way to the ocean at Savannah, Ga. The terrain varies from rapids, to wide flowing areas, to narrow trails intertwined with cypress trees and offers an abundance of fishing "holes". Fishing from the banks of Langley Pond is a wonderful way to pass the time! We're sure you'll find your perfect spot here in Aiken County, South Carolina.

Boyd Pond, 373 Boyd Pond Rd., Aiken 29803

This 30 acre fishing pond is a peaceful, out of the way place to fish. You can fish or bird watch on our 300 foot boardwalk. Open daily from dawn till dusk. The park is a 210 acre county park offering hiking trails and mountain bike trails. Contact Vincent DiPietro, Park Supervisor at 803-642-0314 for more information. Click here to go to Boyd Pond Park website.

Aiken State Natural Area Boat Landing, Windsor, SC

Located at 1145 State Park Road, Windsor, South Carolina. There is a boat ramp for small craft and a small parking area as well as bank fishing along the Sotuh Fork Edisto River. You may choose to rent one of the kayaks or canoes for an exciting ride down river. $12 per day. Campground is wonderfully shaded and is in a peaceful setting. Hiking trails in the Aiken State Natural Area exhibit a wealth of nature. 803.649.2857

Crackerneck Wildlife Management Area (USDA), Savannah River Site

Anyone utilizing this area is required to sign in prior to entering and sign out when exiting. Call ahead for complete regulations. 803.725.3663

Davis Bridge Boat Landing, Windsor, SC

Off Hwy. 4 on Veterans Rd. (secondary Rd. 22) between Salley and White Pond. Accesses the South Fork Edisto River and is open for small craft. Parking and fishing area.

Edisto / Rocky Springs Landing, Couchton, SC

The Edisto Boat Landing is located off New Holland Road, between Couchton and New Holland. The facilities at this park include a boat ramp for small craft, a small parking area, and an area for fishing from the bank.

Jackson Boat Landing, Jackson, SC

The Jackson Boat Landing accesses the scenic and historical Savannah River. The Savannah River, which is the dividing border between South Carolina and Georgia, offers the beauty of both states as you travel this wide body of water. Take Jackson Rd. to Fisher Rd., then to Landing Rd. Facilities include a hard surface boat ramp, a handicap accessible dock, fishing from the dock, and a large parking area.

Keadle's Bridge Landing

Off Hwy. 4 and Windsor Rd., accessing the South Edisto Fork River.

Langley Pond Boat Landing, Burnettown, SC

Langley Pond is a Southeastern best kept secret. The man-made pond plays host to some of the most premier rowing events in the country. It is an ideal location for boating, fishing, jet skiing, and all around fun. It is a listed site along the SC National Heritage Corridor. Located off the Aiken/Augusta Highway on Langley Dam Rd. Clicke here for map Facilities include a ramp for small craft, limited parking, bank fishing, restrooms, large picnic shelter, grills, concession stand (seasonal) and children's play area.

North Augusta Boat Landing, North Augusta, SC

Hammonds Ferry Rd. at Riverview Park, North Augusta, SC. This paved ramp accesses the Savannah River along the border of South Carolina and Augusta, GA. Limited, very primitive campsites nearby which require reservations. Call 803.441.4300

Silverbluff Landing, Jackson, SC

This small craft landing accessing the Savannah River is off Old Jackson Hwy., then to Silverbluff Rd and then to Bluff Landing Rd.

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