Long Shoals Roadside Park
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Not only do you slide down the falls but then it floats you on down to another small falls and then sandy beach area. Bring tubes as it makes the experience so much better. We spent about 3 hours here. Dont forget sunscreen, the water is refreshing but the sun is hot. There is a porta john ( which…
Bouldery River with pool like swim holes, beach, trout fish, hike, river crawl. Easy 10 minutes, no hike, right on Hwy 11. Quick cool off location.
A great spot with a long natural water slide, small wading pools and rocks for the kids to jump off of.
Great place to enjoy swimming in nature with kids. Bring a tube and slide on the rocks, or climb up and down the river on the rocks.
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“Restaurant located on Scenic Highway 11 and offers some amazing food in a beautiful log building.”
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Point of Interest
“The Hagood Mill was build my Col. Benjamin Hagood and is now open for visitors to come and see what life was like in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Col. Benjamin Hagood is the grandfather of Benjamin Adger Hagood who built The Colonial House. ”
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“108 Residence Dr., Sunset, S.C.- 32 Miles from Downtown Greenville Route: Natural Bridge Nature Trail Difficulty level: Moderate-strenuous Length: 1.3 miles Dog-friendly: Yes Hike this trail if you want views of Lake Keowee, mountain laurel, and natural blueberry bushes. Natural Bridge Nature Trail is aptly named for the natural bridge that allows you to cross Poe Creek. Route: Raven Rock Difficulty level: Moderate-strenuous Length: 4.4 mile loop Dog-friendly: Yes Hike this trail if you want a longer outing on land that Cherokee Indians once traversed. This trail starts at the Meeting House + is well-marked. Wildlife in this park includes white tail deer, chipmunks, and salamanders. ”
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“F. Van Clayton Highway, Rosman, NC The summit of Sassafras Mountain is the border of SC and NC, and is the highest natural point in SC, with beautiful views of the landscape from the summit. You can drive a paved road to a parking lot just below the summit. There is a paved walkway of a couple hundred feet or so to the summit, where there is a 360 degree observation tower, a rock with a summit plaque and a geological survey marker. There is a pathway from the parking lot to the summit that is marked as "handicapped accessible", though I have my doubts considering it's not paved. To get there, just plug "Sassafrass Mountain" into Google Maps and it will take you exactly where you need to go.”
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