Seaplane community & opportunities

South Carolina

South Carolina has lakes that are open to seaplanes and make great daytime destinations. However, there are many lakes that are unsuitable for seaplanes due to heavy debris in the waters from forested lands. Be sure to check with the Water Landing Directory when planning a flight.


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Significant bodies of water
that are open include:

Lake Murray, it has a few sandy island beaches and a couple of Splash-In’s have been held there.

Significant bodies of water
that are Closed include:

Lake Tugalo

Seaplane Schools in South Carolina

Commercial Seaplane Operators

Downloadable Resources

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Issue or Event

Have a seaplane advocacy issue or event in South Carolina? Please tell us about it below, so we can publish it and work the issue if needed.

South Carolina Field Directors

South Carolina State Officials