A set of links that the MKFC believes may help our members or guests. A link here does not imply any endorsement between MKFC and listed company. MKFC administrators reserve the right to amend this list as necessary.
Native watercraft to include the manta ray series, ultimates, and the new slayer, and more
Creators of the hand paddle allowing you to navigate close quarters, move obstacles and free up a hand while on the water
Old Towne kayaks and canoes to include their vapor series, Dirigo, and Predator series
Wilderness Systems has many kayaks from the Tarpon series, Ride series, Pungo and more.
O.K. Has many series to choose from to include the Prowler, Trident, Caper series plus more.
A popular kayak manufacturer offering the Cuda series, Big Tuna series and others
A downtown Columbia outfitter offering kayaks and canoes. They also have camping gear and clothes.
A Cayce based retail,rental, instructional and guide service canoe and kayak shop.
Claimed as Columbia's only used adventure gear and consignment shop. They also offer other services and have new stuff too.
A Devine street based outfitter with kayak equipment , a lot of outdoor clothing and shoes and other outdoor gear.
Rigging accessories for your kayak, canoe, or paddleboard. And also an apparel line.
Who doesn't know Hook1? Chad Hoover's TN based yak store surely has what your looking for. From Wilderness System yaks and anything else you can think of.
A Midlands guide service offering fishing or tour trips
Great guide for the Virginia Beach area. If you happen to be up there take a charter! A great saltwater fishery up there and Mark can put you on them.
A site more for white water yakers, but they have a link for the river levels for the Saluda.