Dec. 6, 2018
These Treehouses In South Carolina Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
South Carolina has no shortage of awesome outdoor spectacles or adventurous opportunities. For the trip of a lifetime make plans to stay at one of these treehouses in South Carolina on the Edisto River. Seriously, the
trip of a lifetime.
The Edisto River treehouses were ranked among the "Top 10 Ten Treehouses in the World" by USA Today in 2015.
But merely being on a list doesn't tell the whole story.
These treehouses are located on the Edisto River in a place so remote you can only get there by paddling.
Canoe and kayak enthusiasts have been enjoying the secret hideaways and their stunning views for years.
Carolina Heritage Outfitters owns the treehouses and keeps them stocked with pretty much everything you'll need, except food and beverages.
If you're traveling during a hot season you may want to bring a portable fan.
Don't think that just because the property boasts an outhouse that you're spending the night in primitive conditions.
The treehouses have beds, pillows, kitchenware, a propane grill and candles.
That's more than enough to make this stay a few notches above primitive camping.
Book this trip with Carolina Heritage Outfitters and even the canoes and life jackets are provided.
This one-of-a-kind experience carries you 23 miles down the beautiful Edisto River to your destination treehouse.
For novices, it's not a difficult journey as the trip is all downstream.
However, you do need to keep a watchful eye for downed trees that can cause your vessel to tip. Avoid them and avoid capsizing. That sounds reasonable, right?
The payoff: a truly remote destination like you've never seen before in South Carolina.
A stay in one of these treehouses in South Carolina is definitely a one-of-a-kind trip.
more information about this trip here.
Have you visited these treehouses in South Carolina on the Edisto River? Or are you adding this to your bucket list? We’d love to know and see your pictures in our comments.