30 Lakes in 30 Days | Lake Jocassee | South Carolina
South Carolina, not only the home of the Carolina Cup but also Lake Jocassee. It’s one of the largest lakes in South Carolina, but one of the most modest. Hidden between mountain ranges the water is the perfect cooling off temperature and beautifully crystal clear. Because of its location, the wildlife and exploration opportunities are unimaginable. All level paddling trails lead right to some of the best hidden waterfalls, watering holes and secluded beaches found on the southeastern end. The surrounding 75 miles of shoreline has very little development and some parts are even untouched by man, so when traveling by foot, you may come across even more secretive gems then by SUP.
Back on the water, due to the depth of Lake Jocassee, you’ll find some awesome scuba diving spots. See the Jocassee Dive Shop to get hooked up! Devils Fork State Park is the spot to arrange your stay. It offers villas and tent sites along the water, hidden in the trees or amongst other vacationers. Also near by is the Victoria Valley Vineyards to get your wine on, or just a hop away is the locally famous Aunt Sue’s Restaurant.
30 Lakes in 30 Days Project:
America is riddled with countless unsung watering holes ideal for your next SUP adventure. To highlight some of our favorite freshwater paddling locales, we're profiling 30 lakes in 30 days for the entire month of July. We'll give you the lake's local rundown, outfitting options in the area and we'll even tell you where to find the best bite and beer post-paddle. It's a resource just for you and it's brought to you by Tahoe SUP.
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