The Rice Canal Club spans an eighteenth century rice canal that provided water from Winyah Bay to irrigate Belle Isle Plantation’s rice fields.
Photographers love the contrast interest provided by stately live oaks.
View from the shaded lawn to the Rice Canal Club
View from the open porch across the rice canal bank to the shady lawn
Imagine a grand entrance down the steps to your wedding guests and reception on the shady lawn.
Heirloom azaleas imported from Asia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are taller than the tallest NBA players and frame the shaded lawn.
View through the trees to Lake Johnstone
The centuries old live oak canopy provides plenty of room for tented reception or ceremony space.
Plenty of room for shade and blue sky, or tents
Moss-draped live oaks offer dramatic wedding photo scenes
Expansive shaded lawn framed by centuries-old azaleas and moss-draped live oaks
View from the open porch to the shady lawn
More lowcountry beauty in our midst, along the azalea allée leading to the shady lawn.
Imagine your guests walking from the shuttle drop-off to the shady lawn entrance when these azaleas are in bloom.
Azalea Allée under live oak canopy
Imagine yourself and your guests in this frame …