Lake Keowee

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Lake Keowee covers Keowee Town, site of the capitol of the Lower Cherokee Nation. Keowee, meaning “place of the mulberries,” was visited by Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto when he came through the area in 1540.  With 18,500 acres of water and a 300-mile shoreline, the Lake Keowee area is a popular place for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, camping and picnicking.

Keowee is generally more accessible, as well as more developed, with public boat ramps maintained by both the Oconee County Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism and Duke Energy. On the lower level of Lake Keowee, access is available at:

• South Cove County Park • Cane Creek Access
• High Falls County Park
• Stamp Creek Access Area • Keowee Marina

• Warpath Access Area
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Keowee’s north end offers cooler water and a closer view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Access is available at:

• Mile Creek Park
• Crow Creek Access Area • Keowee Towne Landing • Fall Creek Access

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