Water Dog Paddle – One of the Best SUP Rentals in Charleston

The South Carolina Lowcountry has a variety of exciting ocean-based activities to enjoy. Great fishing, boating, and surfing are all popular, especially on Kiawah and Seabrook Islands. If you love spending time on the waves, stand up paddle boarding is another fun way to engage the seascape. Paddle board tours or rentals from Water Dog Paddle Co. will equip you with everything you need to appreciate this fun pastime. Contact them and prepare for a fantastic time skimming the waves and estuaries of the South Carolina coast.

Before you don your swimwear for a day with Water Dog Paddle Co., make sure to download a copy of our complimentary Sea Island Vacation Guide. Each contains recommendations specific to the island and general to the greater Charleston area. We’ve included information regarding the best places to eat, shop, and find interesting things to do and see. Use it to experience the islands from an insider’s point of view and make lasting memories on South Carolina’s lovely coast.

Water Dog Paddle Co.’s Tours

Water Dog Paddle Co. offers paddle boarding tours daily from Bohicket Marina. Explore Bohicket Creek and the salt marsh estuary on a daytime or evening tour. Watch for regional birds, dolphins, and other wildlife on the Dolphin Paddle, Sunset Paddle, or Full Moon Paddle. Each tour is approximately 2 hours and includes a lifeguard certified guide, all equipment, a bottle of water, and a photo album.

All tours are $55 per person and subject to weather conditions. Schedule yours online, or by calling Water Dog Paddle Co. at 843-593-7877.

  • Paddle Board Rentals from Water Dog Paddle Co.

To traverse the waters of Kiawah or Seabrook Island, request rental boards from Water Dog Paddle Co. They only rent equipment from the top companies in the industry, Boardworks, Bote and JP Australia.

Use one of their top-quality paddle boards to see the local waterways. Keep it for one day or up to a week. All rentals include Water Dog’s “Paddleboard 101” tutorial to get you started, as well as a life jacket and leash. You can have your paddle boards delivered to your vacation home on Kiawah or Seabrook Island for a modest $10 fee.