This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Lake Keowee reviews
"I was the organizer for our annual trip to Clemson with 2 other families. This house provided the grownups private rooms and the kids had a ball in the basement. The water was still warm enough for swimming which was a plus. This is a very nice and clean house. Great open water and great views. The location is great - close to Clemson and close to lots of places to hike. We all had a great time and would love to rent this place again."Guest: trace Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014View listing
"We spent a wonderful month in this very comfortable and convenient condo. The community is great and their is lots to do in the area. There are many county and state parks within an easy drive with lots of trails and waterfalls to explore. Clemsen, Greenville, and Seneca are close by. I would definitely recommend this property."Guest: Janice S. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014View listing
"We had the opportunity to spend a 3 day weekend on Lake Keowee as we were on an extended road trip visiting multiple universities with our daughter. Having been to Lake Keowee before, we were looking forward to experiencing a fun filled lake front weekend, and this condo and owner did not let us down. The condo is nicely decorated and very comfortable. We really enjoyed our coffee in the morning overlooking the lake from the balcony. The leisure trail provided a nice path for a morning run and the swimming pool and boat docks were conveniently just a couple of minutes walk away. We had reserved a pontoon boat for the day, but the weather was nasty and we decided to canceled that. Luckily, the next day was nice and we did get a chance to explore the lake. There is golf available on the other side of Keowee Key, but unfortunately, we did not have time for that. It's definitely on the list for our next visit to Lake Keowee."Guest: Globe Hopper Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 24, 2014View listing
"Our family, which included five adults and seven children ages 4 to 13, had a great time at this house over the weekend. It is exactly as pictured. Positives: 1.Everybody agreed that the beds were comfortable. All of them were actual beds; none of them were sleeper sofas. There were plenty of sheets, blankets, and quilts to go around. 2. The "water toys" were a lot of fun. We enjoyed the john boat, canoe, pedal boat, and kayak. It helped that the weather was unseasonably warm: high of 82 degrees one of the days. 3. The house was very lived-in; nothing too fancy which put our minds at ease concerning the children. 4. The ping pong/pool table was well-used by the kids during our indoor hours. 5. We had brought our own games, but if we hadn't it would have been okay because there were quite a few already there. 6. There were plenty of towels to go around if we had kept track of our own towels and used them more than once. 7. The water pressure in the showers was great. 8. There was a basket of goodies on the table welcoming us upon check-in. It was the perfect start to our vacation and such a nice touch. Negatives: 1. The water heater is apparently too small to accommodate 12 people. I was always the first to take a shower in the morning, and by the time I was finished, the water was already cooling off. Several family members commented that their showers had been cold. 2. The kitchen, while well-equipped, was very small. The table in the kitchen only seats four. There is, however, a picnic table on the screened porch. 3. One of the bedrooms in the basement was also the home to the hot water heater (I think) which is out in the open and not in a closet. We didn't feel comfortable having any of the kids sleep in that room because if they had awakened during the night, it probably would have scared them. My brother and sister in law graciously volunteered to sleep in that room, but I'm not sure they slept very well because of the noise. 4. The home is not very aesthetically pleasing. The furniture in the great room leaves much to be desired. There was a comfortable couch but everything else was wicker with vinyl cushions. Nothing in the house matches and there is not even a color scheme of any kind. However, as I said above, it was nice not to be afraid the kids were going to mess anything up."Guest: R and H S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 28, 2014View listing
Lake Keowee Travel Tips
Upstate South Carolina boasts beautiful Lake Keowee, a 18,500-acre lake with spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There are more than 300 miles of shoreline for visitors to enjoy during a stay at Lake Keowee.
Lake Keowee Attractions
Water activities such as boating, water skiing and fishing are the No. 1 thing to do in Lake Keowee. The lake is crystal-clear and one of the purest lakes in North America, so it's ideal for water sports and swimming. When you go fishing at Lake Keowee, you may catch bass, bream, crappie or catfish. Be sure to bring along the boat so you can enjoy a day out on the water year-round or go for a canoe or kayak ride. The lake has private access for those who wish to kayak or canoe that's prohibited to motor boats for a relaxing day on the water.
Geocaching is permitted at the park and there are several sites located in Keowee-Toxaway State Park surrounding Lake Keowee. For those who don't know, geocaching is when you use GPS coordinates to located a specially marked box. There are more than 75 species of songbirds that have been reported in the park, so birdwatching is a must for visitors.
Keowee-Toxaway State Park features several hiking, walking and biking trails. The Raven Rock Hiking Trail can be found behind the park office and boasts four miles of pathway for you to explore. If you want to look at the scenery but aren't interested in a long walk, check out the Natural Bridge Nature Trail where there is a 1.5-mile loop. The park's paved roads are perfect for going on an afternoon biking adventure.
Things to Do in Lake Keowee
Dining: Puerto Nuevo Mexican & Seafood, The Lighthouse Restaurant and Mountain View Steak & Seafood are just a few of the restaurants you'll want to visit. Other stops during your stay in the Lake Keowee area should include local farms that sell fresh produce and food including Rose Hill Plantation, Hunter Farm, Split Creek Farm, Happy Cow Creamery and Perdue's Mountain Fruit Farm.
State Parks: Devils Fork, Oconee, Table Rock, Caesar's Head and Jones Gap state parks are just some of several green spaces located in Upstate South Carolina. Also at these parks is where you'll find scenic trails and paths that lead you to some of the most beautiful waterfalls. Lauren Fork Falls and Twin Falls should be at the top of your must-see list as well as Chauga Narrows, Hidden Falls, Lower Whitewater Falls, Riley Moore Falls and Secret Falls.
Sports: When you're staying near Lake Keowee, you're just miles from Clemson University and college athletics. The university features several NCAA teams football, basketball and baseball. If you aren't one for college sports, you can head to one of the many golf courses in the Lake Keowee area. Brookstone Meadows Golf Course, Cross Creek Plantation, Keowee Key Golf & Country Club, Oconee Country Club and The Reserve at Lake Keowee are just some of the fairways you can find during your stay.