Spend your day having fun in the sun along Columbia’s Saluda River at the Saluda Shoals Park on June 15th for this years Rollin’ on the River. Enjoy a relaxing escape as you paddle down a 1-mile stretch of the Saluda River in your choice of canoes, kayaks, or stand up paddle boards from exhibitors such as, Werner Paddles, Hobie Kayaks, and Half-Moon Outfitters. However, if you would rather float, there are inflatable tubes for you to use as well.
Saluda Shoals Park is a 400 acre regional park located along the Saluda River on the outskirts of Columbia. The park features an 11,000 square foot Environmental Education Center, Conference Facility & River Center, and the Irmo-Chapin Recreation Commission administration offices. In addition, there are both paved and unpaved trails for the adventurous to hike, bike, or enjoy a horseback ride through the parks lush woods. Furthermore, there is a river observation deck, boat ramp/canoe/kayak launch, picnic shelters, and playground for you to enjoy.
So come out and enjoy a full day of live music, both water and land activities, and lunch for this years Rollin’ on the River at the Saluda Shoals Park on June 15th brought to you by the Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission.
Irmo is a suburb just a short drive from the capital city of Columbia. It also plays host to Dutch Fork High School- the recently top ranked public school in South Carolina. In 2007 Irmo was recognized by Money Magazine as the 12th “Most Affordable Place to Live in the Country”. Irmo is home to thriving new businesses, major medical facilities, and a plethora of restaurants. Furthermore, Irmo has one of the highest per capita income levels paired with one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state; which has been appealing for new residents. In addition, the town of Irmo has received awards for beautification and tree planting initiatives that keep Irmo an attractive and clean place to live.
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