From blazing autumn to a seemingly endless summer, here residents and visitors can explore the Blue Ridge Mountains, state and national parks and the lake’s 18,500 surface acres all year long. Surrounded by clear mountain views, green is everywhere along Lake Keowee’s 300 miles of shoreline. The lake invites you to enjoy long days on the lake, fishing, water-skiing, kayaking and sailing ... or simply surround yourself with beautiful sunsets out on your boat.
When you’re ready for small-town charm, Seneca and the historic college town of Clemson, South Carolina -- with their collections of time-honored businesses and trendy restaurants -- are right around the corner. Crescent’s communities on Lake Keowee are also convenient to Highlands and Cashiers, North Carolina, placing an incredible amount of shopping, hiking and lazy day-tripping at your fingertips.
Located just off I-85, Lake Keowee is less than 45 minutes from Greenville, South Carolina, and 90 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia. Recognized for its small town charm, friendly people, natural beauty, and now its booming second-home market, Seneca was recently named one of "America's Top 100 Places to Live," according to Relocate-America, an online relocation service. Send me information now!
Recreation: Home to magnificent waterfalls, mountains, and lakes, the Upstate region offers unlimited recreation for outdoor enthusiasts, including whitewater rafting on the Chattooga River, hiking trails, championship golf courses, lovely parks, hunting, excellent fishing and water sports of every kind.
Walking Trails: Extensive trail networks are found in Waterside Crossing.
Golf Nearby: The mild climate in the Upstate region, combined with beautiful mountain and lake scenery add enjoyment to any golf game. Residents have easy access to a host of public golf courses located in the Lake Keowee area, including Boscobel Golf & Country Club, Chickasaw Point Golf Course, Falcon's Lair, Foxwood Hills Golf Course, Oconee County Country Club, Pickens Country Club, Southern Oaks, Table Rock Resort and The Walker Course at Clemson University.
Lake: Surrounded by miles of national forests and state parks, with 300 miles of shoreline, Lake Keowee is recognized for its pristine, emerald green waters, gorgeous mountain views and tranquil coves. Along with scenic views of the mountains, waterfalls, and steep cliffs, Lake Jocassee offers outstanding boating and fishing among its 75 miles of shoreline. Both lakes are perfect for all water sports, including sailing and prime bass fishing.
Boat Slips: Waterfront lots have the opportunity to build a private dock; many interior lots have dedicated slips in community docks.
Boating: Both Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee offer numerous options for boating on their clear and open waters, with an endless selection of bays and channels for exploring. Boating options range from skiing behind a power boat to lounging around in a paddle boat or canoe.
Location: Part of the three-lake region known as the Golden Corner of South Carolina, Lake Keowee is ideally located just off I-85, less than 45 minutes from Greenville, South Carolina, and 90 minutes from Atlanta, Georgia.
Culture: The Upstate region is home to three symphony orchestras, several professional ballet companies, more than a dozen community theaters, numerous art galleries and a progressive arts community. There are also many exciting nightclubs in the region.
Health Care: Superior medical care is available at the nearby Oconee Memorial Center in Seneca, offering comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, with one hundred twenty-five physicians representing 25 specialties.
Lots For Sale: Select from outstanding lakefront and wooded lots with fantastic views across the lake and the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains; priced from $52,900 to $338,900.