A: With an elevation of 800 feet above sea level and a mean annual temperature of 60F the area around Lake Keowee gives you a true 4 season climate. In the fall you will enjoy the cooler weather with the spectacular views of the fall colors coming from the Blue Ridge Mountains. In the winter you will find mild cold weather with little snow fall each year. In the Spring you can enjoy the warming weather along with the beautiful nature scenes from hiking trails and to boat rides. And in the summer you can enjoy all of Lake Keowee and the surrounding area with warm weather and sunny days.
Q: What do the surrounding towns have to offer?
A: On the south end of Lake Keowee you will find the city of Seneca a small city of 14,000 people with a variety of shopping centers and restaurants. In the downtown area you can enjoy Ram Cat Alley a eating and entertainment destination that is part of the historic district of Seneca. Some links of interest are the City of Seneca's website as well as the Oconee Coumminty Theater website.On the North End of Keowee you will be in Pickens county and near the towns of Pickens and Clemson. The city of Clemson is home to Clemson University and a great mix of year around activities. There is the Brooks Center which has seasonal plays and concerts. The South Carolina Botanical Gardens are located on Clemson University and have seasonal events as well. Also, you have sporting events at Clemson such as football, baseball, soccer and basketball.