We hope you contact us for yourself, for your family or for your group – such as a school, church, club or party group! You will come to love the Fisheagle Tours experience and all that the lakes and locks have to offer.
305 State Park Rd
Santee, SC 29142
We are the little Roundett building on the right, inside Santee State Park beside the main boat ramp and store. The Park charges $2/person age 16 and over to enter the Santee State Park.
Since we spend most of our time on the water we are seldom in the office, only a few minutes before departures – PLEASE CALL FIRST – we want to meet you!
Looking for other things to do in Santee?
OTHER ACTIVITIES: Fisheagle also offers guided tours and rentals on kayaks, canoes and paddleboards. Paddle up into Poplar Creek and see the wildlife from a new perspective. Paddle over cypress knees and under Spanish moss as we search for turtles and Great Blue Heron. Visit our website at www.paddlesantee.com.
Inside the State Park there are 3 hiking trails each around a mile long that take you to see alligator swamps, limestone sinkholes, and beautiful old pine trees. There is also a 7.5 mile loop trail for a long hike or mountain biking. The park also has a small beach for swimming and a fishing pier. They offer 30 waterfront cabins or 2 beautiful campgrounds if you would like to stay a couple days. Visit their website for more information.
Across the lake is the Santee National Wildlife Refuge with many hikes to explore the woodlands and the wildlife that lives there. Check out all they have to offer here.
Santee is known for its beautiful golf courses. There are three right here in town; Lake Marion Golf Course, Santee Cooper Country Club, and Santee National Golf Club. Check them out and more at santeecoopergolf.com.
If your kids need to cool off take them to the new Santee Recreation and Water Park. Prices and hours are here.
The historic town of Elloree is right down the road and they have a beautiful Bed and Breakfast that is a great place to stay. Check them out here.
You also can not miss the Elloree Museum full of history and see what rural South Carolina was like in 1900.
LOCAL PLACES WE LIKE TO EAT:
Lonestar, right down the road from us serves home cooked buffet style fried chick, pulled pork, and all the delicious sides to go along with it. Come on the weekends to enjoy live blue-grass music. See a full menu and hours at www.lonstarbbq.net.
Another favorite is Craig’s Place that serves delicious sandwiches made to order. You can check them out here.
We also love to visit Sam at Thai House 2. Don’t let the outside fool you! It’s a hidden gem that has some of the best sushi and thai food around. Visit their facebook page here.
On the weekends you can also visit Poplar Creek Landing Café (summers only) and Stumphole Landing Restaurant for your burger or fresh fried local catfish!
Heading to Charleston? Nature Adventures also offers kayak and paddleboard tours and rentals and Waterfront Camping and Cabin Rentals overlooking the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and Francis Marion National Forest. Enjoy paddling through pristine salt water marshes and barrier islands or explore the beautiful blackwater cypress swamps with 1,000+ year old Cypress trees in an undeveloped, protected wilderness area. Check us out at www.natureadventuresoutfitters.com.