Broadway Lake

Between US 76 and SC 28

Anderson, SC 29621

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City: Anderson

Region: Mountains

Broadway Lake

Broadway Lake is a 300 acre lake on Broadway Creek in Anderson County. Public access is provided by a public boat ramp.

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