Folly Beach offers all the variety a kayaker could want, surf kayaking, river kayaking, pier kayaking and deep-sea sport kayaking. The kayaking on and around Folly Beach is great year-round because of the Lowcountry’s mild temperatures. But of course, it is much more enjoyable during the warmer months.

Enjoy your Folly Beach Kayaking Options from Boat Charters, Boat Rental, and Kayaking Guides.

Flipper Finders Boat And Sea Kayak Company
Experience the thrill of catching sport fish from a kayak! Learn kayaking fundamentals and basic kayak fishing techniques from Flipper Finders Kayak Tours on Folly Beach! We offer guided kayak fishing excursions aboard our fleet of new Perception Search 15-foot sit-on-top kayaks. Explore the creeks of the Folly River as you stalk sea trout, flounder, and red drum with the help of our friendly guides. We provide everything you need to go fishing at a fraction of the cost of a traditional …
Charleston Outdoor Adventures
Charleston Outdoor Adventures is the premier chartering company on Folly Beach and the surrounding Charleston Area.   COA offers a number of different charters ranging from Morris Island Lighthouse Eco-tours, Fort Sumter/ Charleston Harbor Eco-tours, Dolphin Eco-tours and Sunset Cruises.  Join us as we explore the ebb and flow of Folly’s surrounding tidal estuaries.  Home to more than 70,000 life forms, salt marshes are one of our country’s most pristine and protected natural resources.  Traveling through the salt estuaries on board our …
Charleston Kayak Company
Charleston Kayak Company offers naturalist guided kayak tours and rentals, from Middleton Place, Folly Beach, and Sullivan’s Island. Our unique setting on the historic Ashley River at Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens offers visitors a chance to explore some of the quietest waterways in the Charleston area.  From our location at Middleton Place, we offer daily guided kayak tours and kayak rentals. The calm brackish waters of the Ashley River Scenic Corridor provides a glimpse into the past as you paddle adjacent to abandoned rice fields and plantations dating back to the 1700s. Come out just to kayak, or make a day …