The third major improvement project along the Anderson County portion of the Saluda River Blue Trail was unveiled this week with the opening of the Sen. M.W. Gambrell Access Park at Belton Landing.
Kayakers can enjoy a moonlit trip up the Saluda River and back on Sunday, August 22, when the Saluda River Rambler in Piedmont hosts its second Full Moon Paddle of the summer.
Nathan Weaver believes the Saluda River is a scenic gem that more Upstate locals and visitors should experience. So, last year, he bought a bus and 60 kayaks and opened Saluda River Rambler in Piedmont.
Registration is open for the Anderson County Parks Department’s 11th annual Saluda River Rally on Saturday, June 5, an event that showcases the Saluda and raises money for SC Special Olympics.
The owners of the Saluda River Rambler in Piedmont are hosting a Full Moon Paddle on Saturday, October 2, where participants will enjoy a moonlit trip up the Saluda River from Pelzer toward Piedmont.
From springtime’s explosion of growth and summertime’s swims, to fall leaf peeping and winter bird watching, nature writes the script for Jocassee Lake Tours.
If you’re into fishing, kayaking, canoeing or simply a peaceful afternoon on the water, visit Lake Robinson in Greer SC. And if you don’t have a kayak or canoe of your own, Cole’s Bait Shop can fix you up.