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Wilkinson's Landing

1199 Frampton Inlt, Edisto Island, SC 29438-6929
+1 843-609-7102
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Best time!

Called Mike last minute and he was available, even waited for us although we came late. He took us... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
layla23402
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Shorewood, Illinois
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Great way to collect sea shells and have a great time

Decided last minute to go to shell island. Found Wilkenson's Landing on the internet with good... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
908gregv
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Shorewood
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Edisto Island's home for excursions by boat to secluded beaches known as "Shell Island". Take a short trip by boat where your group will be dropped off to explore isolated shell covered beaches. Or enjoy our canoe & kayak rental with launch and access to Frampton Inlet. Online reservations available.
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1199 Frampton Inlt, Edisto Island, SC 29438-6929
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Called Mike last minute and he was available, even waited for us although we came late. He took us to Shell island which was fantastic! We collected a great bunch of shells. Mike was very friendly and very informative. Excellent trip, fantastic captain, Thanks again...More

2  Thank layla23402
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Decided last minute to go to shell island. Found Wilkenson's Landing on the internet with good reviews. Sent an email to his website to inquire about availability. Captain Mike responded within 30 minutes. We were running late so I called him. He waited for us...More

1  Thank 908gregv
Reviewed 12 May 2017 via mobile

My husband and I took a boat ride to Shell Island. Bring a towel, hat, sunscreen, BUG SPRAY, small cooler with drinks, and a bag for shells. Be sure to wear sandals with straps, some areas can be slippery. We found awesome whelk shells and...More

1  Thank Donna S
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

Quick trip by boat to island full of shells. Spend 2 hrs. out there. If you have a chair bring it with you since there's nowhere to sit. Also wear sunscreen, you'll be in full sun! Found some really nice shells. It was a fun...More

Thank sputnik904
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Captain Mike was so gracious and took us out to Shell Island as it's often called. He also let our grandsons drive his boat to their delight. The shells were so numerous and we were allowed to take home about a gallon each. Just a...More

Thank crysal o
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

This place (Shell Island) is perfect for those who don't like to be in a crowd. The shell selection is out of this world! We are definitely going back. And the boat captain was very friendly and knowledgeable about the wildlife on the short trip...More

Thank A K
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

Cool short boat ride, and great little visit to the island. Tons of shells, of all different types. Kids loved just sloshing around and looking for things. No sharks teeth for us, but still some great finds!

Thank McBells
Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

Went to shell island with captain Michael and our kids, 3 and 5. Everyone had a great time. They found lots of "treasures" to take home. Got dropped off for a couple hours and had a great walk and picnic on the beach that we...More

Thank Charleston_JDE
Reviewed 7 February 2017

"Shell Island" was a decent family trip. Driving to the concession on Botany Bay Road was also a highlight considering all the Live Oak and Spanish Moss; definitely a bygone era. The owner was very friendly and hospitable. We got dropped off during a rising...More

1  Thank Tall_Traveler_SC
Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

We made the 80 mile hike from Beaufort and it was SO worth it! The drive itself under the mossy Oak tree canopy and quirky road side stands made for a fun drive. When you finally arrive at Wilkinson's Landing you appreciate how peaceful, scenic...More

2  Thank Tamara B
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calamityjayne76
Hi,What all should you bring with you?
9 June 2016|
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Response from layla23402 | Reviewed this property |
a folding chair, along with sunscreen, hats, towels, cooler, bucket and net for shells
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gammygirl
What is the price of this excursion? How long do you spend on the island?
1 January 2015|
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Response from Sermn8ter | Reviewed this property |
The cost when we were there a couple of years ago was $25.00 per person. You stayed over on the island for a couple of hours, and you could easily spend that entire time looking through the multitudes of shells that wash up... More
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gammygirl
What is the price of this excursion? How long do you spend on the island?
1 January 2015|
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Response from BethCunningham | Reviewed this property |
It was the best part of our whole trip!!!!
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