This 400-acre riverfront park, just 1.5 miles from the Lake Murray Dam, offers a river observation deck, an Environmental Education Center and six beautiful picnic shelters that can accommodate 25 to 250 people.
Recreational opportunities include miles of multi-use trails for walking, hiking and biking, fishing, bike rentals, canoe/kayak rentals, tube rentals, guided canoe trips, a boat launch and guided horse trail rides. During the summer months, Saluda Splash, a zero-depth water playground, is a great place for kids to cool off and play. The Saluda Shoals Wetland Preserve offers opportunities for exploration and education. Science-based field trips are available for school groups. Saluda Shoals Park is also home to the Barking Lot Dog Park, an off-leash area for dogs(certian restrictions apply).
Saluda Shoals Park is also home to the River Center, a 5,000 SF state-of-the-art conference center for meetings and social events. Additional meeting space is available in the Environmental Education center which houses a 99-seat auditorium, two classrooms and an expansive outdoor deck. Low ropes team building activities are also available at the park on the Real Team Challenge Course.