May 8, 2023
From its origins in the Blue Ridge Mountains north of Greenville to downtown Columbia, the Saluda River flows through South Carolina for 200 miles, creating a wide array of recreational opportunities along the way. As warmer weather approaches, the Saluda River offers many things to do for water-loving folks. From trout fishing to tubing to kayaking, the river offers something for everyone. You can walk the trails along the Saluda's forested banks, go zip-lining over the water or rock hopping across shoals. Kayakers and canoeists can paddle through quiet stretches of the river or brave rip-roaring rapids for a thrilling adventure ride. There are so many Saluda River things to do this Summer, and we want to clue you in on the fun.