Parks and Recreation

Explore Edisto is enthusiastic about exploring our beautiful island. There is no better way to do this than through our many parks and boat landings. Edisto Beach State Park provides endless opportunities for adventure, including beach front camping, boat ramp, and miles of trails to enjoy the vast ecological system of Edisto. In addition to the state park, the Town of Edisto Beach operates three parks for the public to enjoy.   

Jungle Road Park

Bay Creek Park

Burley L. Lyons Park

Explore Edisto by bicycle! Click here to read more about the bike path and view a short video of a ride following a portion of the path. Click here for a printable version of the map.

There are four public boat landings on Edisto allowing you to access all sides of the island. Well-kept and clean, with ample parking, these boat landings make launching your boat a breeze. Enjoy the observation deck at the Steamboat Landing. Bald Eagles and dolphins are regularly spotted there. Some of the landings do require a fee so make sure to check before you go. 

  Public boat ramps on Edisto:

The Marina at Edisto Beach

Live Oak Landing

Steamboat Landing

Dawhoo Landing

1) The Marina at Edisto Beach, Big Bay Creek, 843-869-3504

 2) Live Oak Landing, further up Big Bay Creek adjacent to State Park Interpretive Center, 843-869-4430.  
        Other Edisto Beach State Park numbers (843-869-2156, 843-869-2756)

3) Steamboat Landing, approximately 6 miles from beach on Steamboat Landing Rd off of Hwy 174,
        (ramp on Steamboat Creek off of the North Edisto River)

4) Dawhoo Landing (approximately 11 miles from beach on Hwy 174, beside McKinley Washington Bridge over
        intracoastal waterway)