The busyness of autumn is upon us, but that also means cooler temps and many opportunities to enjoy the Lowcountry. In addition to the upcoming events hosted by LLT, we’re sharing some Lowcountry events happening this season.
Join the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources at Edisto Beach State Park for a free, family-friendly day exploring science and the natural world. Expect kid-friendly activities, a guided hike, and exploratory cruises aboard the SCDNR education vessel, the E/V Discovery.
SAVE THE DATE: SOUTH CAROLINA LAND TRUST DAYS
October marks a month-long celebration of land trusts throughout the state. Referred to as Land Trust Days, the initiative focuses public attention on the value of conservation by promoting land trust events and featuring publicly accessible properties during the month of October. Lowcountry Land Trust will be announcing our event in association with Land Trust Days soon – stay tuned!
OCTOBER 5: WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY AT OLD TOWNE CREEK COUNTY PARK
Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission’s (CCPRC’s) outdoor offerings are endless, with an LLT-favorite resting at Old Towne Creek County Park. Originally a privately owned farm gifted to the Lowcountry Land Trust, the newly announced park is now owned and managed by CCPRC. Get a sneak peek of the property by attending one of CCPRC’s Wine Down Wednesday events this fall.
OCTOBER 7-8: EDISTO BLACKWATER BOOGIE
The Edisto Blackwater Boogie is a weekend-long event featuring the perfect variety of outdoor activities as well as performances from local musicians, food and drink trucks, kid-friendly activities, and more! Immerse yourself in the experience by camping out under the stars along the Edisto River at Givhans Ferry State Park. Tickets can be found here.
OCTOBER 22 + 23: LLT’S ANNUAL SPORTING CLAYS SHOOT FUNDRAISER
Last week, we announced that tickets are now available for our annual Sporting Clays Shoot fundraiser – and they’re selling fast! Don’t miss this opportunity to shoot clays on an unreplicable course within the renowned ecological treasure of Brosnan Forest in Dorchester County. Click here to save your spot today.