Maplecrest At Lake Jocassee

694 Jocassee Lake Rd

Salem, SC 29676

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Phone: (864) 719-9494

City: Salem

Region: Mountains

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Maplecrest At Lake Jocassee

Maplecrest at Lake Jocassee is a Pet Friendly country vacation home in the Upstate of South Carolina. Comfortable accommodations for up to 8 guests on 2 wooded acres adjoining Devils Fork State Park the Gateway to the Jocassee Gorges Conservation Area. Bring your own boat or rent one nearby to enjoy hours of lazy lake day cruising and adventure. Guided waterfall tours available as well as world class fresh water fishing charters. Perfect for family gatherings or a romantic getaway. Year round availability. "FOND VACATION MEMORIES BEGIN HERE".

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