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Lake Keowee

South Carolina

Lake Keowee, South Carolina

Lake Keowee real estate is the second largest market for lake homes and land in South Carolina.

There are typically around 290 lake homes for sale on Lake Keowee, and 830 lots and land listings available. Lake Keowee homes for sale have an average list price of $707,000.

This lake is a mid-sized South Carolina lake and has 300 miles of shoreline. The closest major airport, Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, is only 52 miles away.

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  • 54Avg. Depth
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    State Park (Some)
  • Dam Name
    Keowee Dam and Little River Dam
  • Year Built
  • Managed By Duke Energy
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    Seasonal Full Pool
(864) 653-6767
150 Seneca Marina Dr
Seneca, SC 29678
(864) 704-0004
187 Boone Creek Rd, Salem, SC 29676
Salem, SC 29676
(864) 882-2047
150 Keowee Marina Dr
Seneca, SC 29672
(864) 945-0031
15597 North Highway 11
Salem, SC 29676
Golf Courses
(864) 638-0000
1308 Falcons Dr
Walhalla, SC 29691
(864) 944-2312
1392 Stamp Creek Rd
Salem, SC 29676
(864) 944-2010
770 S Cherry Laurel Way
Salem, SC 29676
(864) 882-8234
671 High Falls Rd
Seneca, SC 29672
(864) 868-2605
108 Residence Dr
Sunset, SC 29685
(864) 868-2196
757 Keowee Baptist Church Rd
Six Mile, SC 29682
(864) 882-5250
1099 S Cove Rd
Seneca, SC 29672
  • Counties: Oconee County, Pickens County
  • Fish: Black Crappie, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Spotted Bass
  • Condos available (Yes)
  • Notable events: Annual Charity Golf Classic, Annual Charitable Foundation
  • Sailing clubs: Keowee Sailing Club
  • Known for: Pure and clean water
  • History: Settled by the Cherokee Indians at Keowee Town
(864) 482-3100
298 Memorial Dr
Seneca, SC 29672
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
2000 GSP Dr, Greer, SC 29651
52 miles away
Oconee County Regional Airport
365 Airport Rd, Seneca, SC 29678
12 miles away
About Lake Keowee
Beautiful Lake in Northwest South Carolina

Covering more than 18,370 acres in Northwest South Carolina, Lake Keowee has more than 300 miles of shoreline in Oconee and Pickens counties.

Clemson, a college town of almost 14,000, is less than twenty minutes away. The Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is around 50 miles away, and the Prisma Health Oconee Memorial Hospital is under 20 miles away.

Created in 1973, Lake Keowee was formed to serve the needs of Duke Energy, producing hydroelectric power as well as for public recreational purposes.

The lake collects waters from the Keowee River and Little River, which outflow at their respective dams and are tributaries to the Savannah River.

Great Weather, Great Scenery

At Lake Keowee the average high temperature is 72° or above for seven months out of the year, allowing ample time to enjoy the pristine mountain water.

It is also home to two state parks, numerous golf courses, and a short drive from the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Great Boating, Fishing, and Camping

One of South Carolina's best places to boat, Lake Keowee offers nine different boat ramps located throughout the area.

Many describe the lake's layout as a "Christmas tree" with numerous inlets, fingers, and coves, as well as expanses of open water reaching up to three miles wide.

Lake Keowee is an excellent place to fish for bass including largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted. Also present are crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, catfish, brown trout, and rainbow trout.

The area also offers many camping options, including the Toxaway State Park which features primitive or RV camping, as well as a cabin for rent just off the shores of Lake Keowee.

Explore Greenville

An hour away, Greenville is the thriving center of upstate South Carolina and is home to countless entertainment options, making it an idyllic setting for any daycation.

Greenville visitors can take in the natural aesthetic of the Falls Park on the Reedy in downtown Greenville’s Historic West End. The park is home to beautiful waterfalls, gardens, and unique public sculptures.

Music and theater fans alike will enjoy the Peace Center, a nonprofit theater that premiers a variety of top-class music and plays. The venue is also known to host events.

Hungry Greenville visitors will enjoy the city’s wide variety of dining opportunities including Kitchen Sync, a unique highly-rated made-from-scratch restaurant with extraordinary hospitality. Alternatively, for an elegant night out, try Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

Beer lovers should explore the seemingly endless number of breweries Greenville has to offer, including Quest Brewing Company, Birds Fly South Ale Project and Fireforge Crafted Beer, and much more!

Cheering for Clemson

Additionally, Clemson University, one of the state’s premier universities, is just a short drive away. Football fans can tailgate on Saturdays in the fall before football games and watch the Tigers play in Death Valley.

Clemson has recently become a consistent playoff contender and a powerhouse NCAA Division 1 football team, winning two of the last five national championships.

A Place to Call Home

Lake Keowee provides something for everyone and is located conveniently to neighboring Georgia and North Carolina.