Lake Keowee South Carolina Game & Fish
Lake 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 Energy 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, Duke Energy 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.
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This 16" X 20" original acrylic painting was painted by Elizabeth White, a local artist in South Carolina. Her art work has been sold and displayed in many different art galleries in South Carolina. Some of her artwork has been presented at the Art of Recovery 2012 Columbia State Museum in Columbia South Carolina and the Art of Recovery Piccolo Spoleto, Charleston South Carolina 2013.
This painting shows the shoreline of Lake Keowee at High Falls Park. The painting was completed in 2012 and is now being released by the artist for public sale.
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Lake Keowee - My Personal Recreational Paradise
By Danny Norwood - Owner of this website.
I just happen to live about 45 minutes from this beautiful lake known as Lake Keowee, and I can tell you it is one of my favorites. This is the lake I take my family to for swimming and boating. We take the boat, the grill, and plenty of food and spend a day here. We like to ride around in the boat and find a shaded beach area to spend the day. The perfect spots are located on the islands with white sandy beaches, shade trees, and shallow water. Sometimes we spend the day on one of the islands near Warpath Landing.
When we have had enough fun on the beach area, we will get in the boat and just go riding. We really enjoy going to the waterfall in the back of one of the coves on the lake. Even though the land surrounding the waterfall is private property, you can anchor a boat in the shallow water here and go wading or swimming. In the Summer, the water in this area is cooler than the rest of the lake. Consequenty, this is a very popular spot on the lake and there are almost aways other boaters doing the same thing.
Finally, I know that my family and I will always cherish this wonderful lake with clear water with mountains in the background. I do not take this lake for granted, and thank Duke Energy for creating this fantastic resource for the residents and visitors of the great state of South Carolina.
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