Lake Keowee

407 Evergreen Trail – Ready to Make Your Own!

With elevated and extraordinary views, 407 Evergreen Trail of The Cliffs at Keowee Falls is sure to spark your imagination. Windows in practically every room capture this glorious backdrop. Recently refreshed with some new interior painting, this home is ready to make your own! Just off the kitchen, a lakeside coffee bar and sitting area… Read more »

Travel to a Rainforest!

Many people have a list of places they have or would like to travel to. The vibrant blue waters of the Pacific Ocean; the snowcapped mountains of the Swiss Alps; perhaps a rainforest rich in flora and fauna. Well, thankfully for residents of the upstate in South Carolina, the last request is an easy one!… Read more »

Three Pines View Bed & Breakfast

Looking for a place to stay while exploring the Lake Keowee area? Look no further than the Three Pines View Bed & Breakfast! This boutique inn is tucked away in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, and just minutes to both Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee, yet close to the town of Clemson! Three Pines View is… Read more »

Rush Hour

Trip and Judy Agerton had successful careers in Atlanta, but neither enjoyed the bumper-to-bumper drive home. “Now we take a cruise on the lake many evenings,” Trip said. “We drop anchor, uncork a bottle of wine, and watch the sun setting behind the mountains. We named the boat ‘Our Rush Hour’.” The Agertons searched all… Read more »

Update for Lake Keowee Dock Owners

There is no denying that Lake Keowee has brought enjoyment to countless people over the years. It is a pristine lake with crystal clear water! This lake is also home to a wide variety of fish and wildlife. With the beauty and wildlife in mind, Duke Energy and the Keowee-Toxaway Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) are… Read more »

August’s Night Sky Events on Lake Keowee

Tonight, August 11th, the Perseus meteor shower will blanket the skies with a predicted 80 meteors per hour. They’ll seem to originate from the constellation Perseus, in the Northeast corner, and appear on the horizon at about 10 p.m. local time with the bulk of meteors being visible after midnight. The moon’s light (72% full)… Read more »

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