Devils Fork State Park

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Devils Fork State Park provides the only public access to Lake Jocassee, a largely undeveloped 7,500-acre reservoir tucked deep into the Blue Ridge. The park is popular with families, fishermen, scuba divers and boaters, who enjoy Jocassee’s uncrowded setting and spectacular scenery, such as waterfalls cascading into the lake off steep, wooded slopes.

National Geographic sited the Jocassee Gorges area, including Lake Jocassee, as “One of the World’s Last Great Places – A Destination of a Lifetime”!

Spot a loon or a rambling black bear. Fish for trout in a deep, clear mountain lake. Hike through the glorious spring bloom of rhododendrons. Devils Fork State Park provides the only public access to Lake Jocassee, a largely undeveloped 7,500-acre reservoir tucked deep into the Blue Ridge.

Devils Fork is easily reached from S.C. 11, the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway. The park is popular with families, fishermen, scuba divers and boaters, who enjoy Jocassees un-crowded setting and spectacular scenery, such as waterfalls cascading into the lake off steep, wooded slopes.

Attractions: 20 Cabins, 84 Camping Sites, 2 Picnic Shelters Buildings, 4 Boat Ramps

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Devils Fork State Park
  • By Ken Sloan
  • Email: ken@scmountainlakes.com
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