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Recent Lakes & Blackwater Rivers reviews

  • Graduation

    "What a wonderful location for my daughter's graduation party from the University of South Carolina! We hosted our family and relatives for the weekend and then 60 guests for a low country oyster roast, boil and BBQ on 5-7. Valerie and her staff were amazing as they showed us around, answered all our questions and did everything to make the entire weekend one to remember."
    Guest: Sandy Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • Making Memories

    "We had a great time during our stay here on Gold Nugget Point. It's on the West end of the lake so it's relatively quiet compared to the East end where the dam is but this lake is so large it's pretty quiet no matter where you are. It does take a while to boat to the East end, like 1 1/4-1.5 hrs to the dam. From the water, the east end has the Liberty Tap Room and some of the nicer restaurants except Spinners that's at the West end. There are plenty of less fancy restaurants accessible at the West end. The party coves, areas to beach your boat and Bomb Island where the Purple Martins roost are more at the West end too. So it depends what you're looking for. After you get past the State Park in the middle of the lake it gets windier and choppier but nothing my pontoon couldn't handle. Boat launch is 5min drive/boatride away at Riverwinds, costs $5 to launch and free to pull out. Call around for gas prices as some were twice the cost of land gas. You can tube/ski/wakeboard etc right off the dock, it's wide enough. The water clarity was dark, unlike Keowee where you can see 10ft down but unlike the Intracoastal Waterway where you can't see 1 inch down. The water temp was a perfect 84. I felt safe in the water, just saw turtles and the land was cleared before they flooded the basin so no stumps hardly and well marked if there were. As far as land fun, you don't even have to leave the grounds for the week. The sand volleyball is awesome. The beach they have is elevated at the top of the bank, not right on lake level FYI. The empty lot next door is a huge bonus to park your vehicles/boat trailers, to build a smore pit and play volleyball etc. There's a basketball hoop. The outdoor grill is nice and big. The screened in porch was nice once it cooled off. The back multilevel deck was huge and provided gorgeous views and a hammock. The dock was nice and swim ladder sturdy. You can use the empty lot dock too but no ladder on it. We blew up a floatation station and tied it off between the 2 docks and had a ball just hanging out. The downstairs floor is perfect for kids to get away from the parents and retreat to Foosball, ping pong etc. The house was very clean and kitchen provided everything you might need. Having 2 fridges and an ice maker was a huge plus! Mackey is very friendly and offers lots of nice tips on how to control the TV, grill, A/C etc. The only thing the house does lack is WiFi so bring a hot spot. We hit the Monetta Drive In which is real neat."
    Guest: Ray H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 17, 2016
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  • Perfect property!

    "We had an amazing stay in Aiken! The apartment was the perfect location within a few minutes walk to the beautiful downtown! Our needs were easily met by the apartment itself. The furnishings were comfortable and homey! Would recommend to anyone looking for a home base!"
    Guest: Melanie S. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 22, 2016
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  • Perfect Masters Housing for Large Group!

    "We traveled to the area for my husband's 40th birthday trip to the Masters. We had friends and family joining us and we were able to accommodate the large group with no problem. The bedroom sizes were generous, and the common areas were perfect for us to hang out, cook dinner, and relax. The open floor plan is great for a large group. The main concern we had going in was the commute to Augusta on the days we were going to the course. It was a total non-issue. Even on the heaviest traffic days, it only took us 30 minutes. Once you were back to the house at night, it was a perfect place to unwind. Be sure to stock up on whatever groceries/items you need prior to arrival. It's in a remote area and there isn't a grocery store close by. Would absolutely recommend the location if you're going to the Masters...or even if you're just looking for a lake getaway. Great property!"
    Guest: Ben W. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 1, 2016
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