While summer has come and gone, it's never too early to start planning activities for next summer. The Charleston area has a wealth of watery destinations to go when you need to beat the heat. The Charleston region boasts one of the longest blackwater rivers on the continent in the Edisto River, and a popular activity among locals is to float down it on some inner tubes or inflatable rafts. Head to Messervy Landing, leave a car there, and then go back to Givhans Ferry State Park, where the river will carry you back to Messervy Landing. If you need to get out of the city and have a real adventure, Caper's Island could be the perfect destination. With a permit you can head out with a kayak or a boat and set up camp on Boneyard Beach. If you're looking for something even more unique, try some glow-in-the-dark paddleboarding! LED lights on your board will light up dolphins, manatees, and all manner of other marine creatures! And of course, you can always try your hand at surfing by taking lessons with one of McKevlin's pros! Read the full article here: Water, Water, Everywhere

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