2024 Eco Tours

  • February 17 - December 7, 2024
  • Various

    McAdenville, North Carolina 28101
Ticket Price $27.30-$121.84 Buy Tickets

Our 2024 Eco-Tour series will take you from the Catawba River’s headwaters high in the mountains of North Carolina all the way to the low country of South Carolina where the Catawba Wateree River Basin turns into the Congaree River Basin. Join us in 2024 as we journey from north to south in the basin by foot, bike, and boat. Experience the river, wildlife, and impacts in new and unique ways! 

Also, new this year – the option to buy a season Eco-Tour Pass and a special gift for anyone who attend all the 2024 Eco-Tours! 

  • January - Journey to the Source Hike
  • February - The Grand Canyon of the Southeast - Linville Falls Hike
  • March - Holding down the Headwaters - Fonta Flora State Trail to Burnetts Landing Paddle
  • April - Muddy Water - Muddy Creek Access to Watermill Bridge Access Paddle
  • May - PPE: Paddling Preparedness Education - Watermill Road to Greenlee Ford Paddle
  • June - Overlooked Lookout - Riverbend Park to Lake Lookout Campground Paddle
  • July - The Crying Dutchman - Firehawk Brewpub to Tailrace Marina Paddle
  • August - Free Flow Float - Fort Mill Dam to River Park Paddle
  • September - Catawba Nation Culture and Conservation - River Park to Catawba Nation Paddle
  • October - Watered Down on the Wateree - Lugoff Landing to Veterans Memorial Park Paddle
  • November - Biking the Palmetto Trail over the Wateree River Group Bike Ride
  • December - Congaree National Park: Basins and Riverkeepers Explained Hike
Date & Time

Feb 17 - Dec 7, 2024

Venue Details


McAdenville, North Carolina 28101 Various
Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation

We educate and advocate to protect the Catawba-Wateree River Basin’s lakes, rivers and streams for everyone who depends on and enjoys them.

Thank you for your interest and support of the Catawba Riverkeeper, a 501c3 organization. 

The Catawba-Wateree River Basin encompasses 26 counties, 8900 miles of waterways, 5000 square miles of land and a 225 mile stretch of continuous river from Lake James in NC to Lake Marion in SC.

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