Wake Fest at Trophy Lakes

3050 Marlin RD

Johns Island, SC 29455

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Phone: (843) 559-2520

City: Johns Island

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Wake Fest at Trophy Lakes

Wakeboarding, local music and local food. Bring your dogs (but they must be leashed). Charelston's top wakeboarders doing demos on the hour, every hour. Music provided by Lowcountry Music Service. Great for all ages that enjoy music, outdoors and being near the water. No coolers please.

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