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Store Creek Seafood Safari


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Sign Up Event: $125 per person. Limited to 14 people. Saturday, Sept 3, 2022, 4pm - 8pm

Enjoy a slow ride at high tide to feast on a bounty of Store Creek's delicacies in a progressive dinner style event stopping at 3 of Store Creek's docks for sumptuous food and drinks. Flip flops or deck shoes are highly recommended for this boating adventure.

Event will start at historic Middletons at 4pm. From there, we will head to the Creekwood Lodge to enjoy our first tasty bites of 'fresh catch of the day'. Creekwood Lodge (circa 1910) once served as barracks for soldiers stationed at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island and was barged to Edisto in 1950 where it was converted to a beloved family retreat. The old dock was rejuvenated last year to the blazing beauty it is today.

Next, we will board the boats and make our way to the dock at the ol' Fish Camp, a 1950's era modernized cinderblock and brick floor cabin where numerous misadventures and fish tales were born over poker hands, bonfires, and bourbon. Here we will indulge in a variety of fresh caught "crab creations" along with plenty to whet your whistle before cruising down Store Creek at Sunset towards Edisto Island's magnificent Middletons.

Our third "port of call" will be where we began for our finale of shrimp dishes and accoutrements to round out our fabulous afternoon of our Store Creek Seafood Safari. Middletons, with her grand splendor standing as tall as the majestic oaks surrounding her, has been in the Pope family since 1902. The initial foreman structure dates back to the 1700's with the main house circa 1815. Our voyage will end about 7:30 with a toast to what will hopefully be another beautiful Store Creek sunset.

Donated By Eric & Brooke Main, Townsend & Stephanie Clarkson, and Brian & Aleta Riesberg