High Falls County Park is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It 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 are not limited to activities on the lake as the park
provides many facilities and programs to suit every recreational need. The park store offers a
variety of convenient items and is located in the park's focal point, the Alexander/Cannon/Hill House.
The house was built in 1830, and is one of the last remaining pieces of the area's history.
Park Facilities include: 94 campsites, fishing pier, boat ramp, 2 shelters, recreation building, volleyball, horseshoes, playground and ball field.
From Seneca take Highway 28 North toward Walhalla. Take Right at Bountyland onto Highway 188 (Keowee School Rd) & follow North to Highway 183, take right onto Highway 183, take right onto High Falls Road.
From Exit 1 on Interstate 85 take Highway 11 through West Union to Highway 183, take left on Highway 183 and go about 5 miles to High Falls Rd. (Rd will be on your right).
$2 - Seasonal Parking Fee (Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day)
Days and Hours of Operation
Park Open Year Round; Camping - First Weekend in March through November 16th
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