The Chattooga River, best known as the location for the movie “Deliverance," is Wildwater’s most popular rafting trip. This National Wild and Scenic River with spectacular scenery and exciting whitewater is a must-do for enthusiasts or first timers. Choose from guided trips on Sections III and IV, Mini Trips and Overnighters, half-day, full-day and two-day whitewater rafting trips, whitewater kayak or canoe clinics, canoe and lake kayak trips, Stand up paddleboarding, canopy tour, ropes course, and climbing wall. Discount packages with lodging and catered meals are also available. Discounts for groups of 10 or more, multi-activity discounts. Yurt style group lodging available for groups of up to 40 people. Upscale log homes available for up to 20! Cottages available for up to 16!
From I-85 S. to exit 1 Hwy 11 (toward Walhalla). Exit to Hwy. 123/76 toward Westminister. Drive through Westminster. Take Hwy. 76 toward Long Creek, SC for 13 mi. In Long Creek, turn rt. onto Academy Rd. Drive 1 mi. to Wildwater.
Admissions: Adults, children (must be at least 8 years of age for rafting, 5 years of age for Lake Kayaking) & seniors from $30 - $267; weekend fee $79-$302
Open for public play! Voted the “Best You Can Play” public access course in the upstate and region by the SC Golf Panel for 2019. Designed to accommodate golfers of all skill levels, the course measures 6,911 yards in length from the tiger tees and a...
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, High Falls County Park serves as a gateway to a variety of recreational activities. This 44 acre park , established in 1971, is located on the beautiful waters of Lake Keowee. At High Falls, visitors...
Check Lake Levels 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. And do it in South Carolina. Devils Fork State Park...
Lee Falls is located in Sumter National Forest. It is a scenic 75 foot falls with a variety of mosses and ferns holding on to the spray cliff. A variety of plants may be seen along the 1.5 mile unmarked and difficult trail.