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Lake Keowee 18,500 Acres          

    

Keowee impounds two rivers, Little River and Keowee River.  Warpath Dam impounds the Keowee River and the other dam near Seneca impounds the Little River. Duke Power Company owns and operates this lake for a cooling reservoir for the Nuclear Station located at Warpath Dam.  In addition to having a power generating plant, the Duke Power provides many public access areas to the lake.   These areas include picnic facilities and boat ramps. For lake living, this lake is one on the best in the state of South Carolina. Lake property can be found here in abundance.  

Major Highway Access  183 * 130 * 11
Length  15 Miles
Lake Size  18,500 Acres
Shoreline 300 Miles
Dam Completion  1971
Project Management  Duke Power Company
Maximum Depth  297 Feet (SCDHEC)
Mean Depth 54 Feet (SCDHEC)
Full Pond Elevation  800 Feet above M.S.L.

 Oconee and Pickens County Links 

Map of Oconee County By SCIWAY.NET
Oconee County Page

Southern Highroads Trail Oconee County

Pickens County

SCIway.net Map of Pickens County

SCIway.net Pickens County Information

  Weather On The Lake 

Click here for Keowee Lake Levels

   Public Access Areas & Boat Ramps

Cane Creek Lawrence
Crowe Creek Mile Creek
Fall Creek  South Cove Park
High Falls Park Stamp Creek Landing
Holders Landing  Warpath Access 
Keowee Town South Cove

Notes ............................................

Mile Creek Access Area 864-868-2196 (Owned by Duke Power but leased to Pickens County)

High Falls Access Area 864-882-8234 (Owned by Duke Power but leased to Oconee County)

South Cove Access Area 864-882-5250 (Owned by Duke Power but leased to Oconee County)

 Parks

Keowee-Toxaway State Park  864 868-2605
24 Campsites - 5 Picnic Shelters
Cabin Rentals - 1 Cabin on Lake

http://www.southcarolinaparks.com

Marinas

Gap Hill Landing  864-868-2823
Lake Keowee 864-882-2047
   

  Emergency Information                      

The S.C. State and Wildlife Department supervises boating and fishing activities on this lake.  

For Emergencies Only:  Call  1-800-922-5431

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