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South Carolina Boat Ramps, Marinas and more.

Abbeville County
Aiken County
Allendale County
Anderson County
Bamberg County
Barnwell County
Beaufort County
Berkeley County
Calhoun County
Charleston County
Cherokee County
Chester County
Chesterfield County
Clarendon County
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Dillon County
Dorchester County
Edgefield County
Fairfield County
Florence County
Georgetown County
Greenville County
Greenwood County
Hampton County
Horry County
Jasper County
Kershaw County
Lancaster County
Laurens County
Lee County
Lexington County
Marion County
Marlboro County
McCormick County
Newberry County
Oconee County
Orangeburg County
Pickens County
Richland County
Saluda County
Spartanburg County
Sumter County
Union County
Williamsburg County
York County

South Carolina



From the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the wide sandy beaches of it's coastline, South Carolina offers a wide variety of terrain and scenery. When it comes to water, South Carolina has something for everyone, from class IV-VI white water rapids, kayaking and canoeing blackwater rivers to a day on one of South Carolina's 14 major reservoirs.

The 14 reservoirs in South Carolina include:

  • Fishing Creek Reservoir
  • Lake Greenwood
  • Lake Hartwell
  • Lake Jocassee
  • Lake Keowee
  • Lake Marion
  • Lake Monticello
  • Lake Moultrie
  • Lake Murray
  • Lake Russell
  • Lake Secession
  • Lake Thurmond
  • Lake Wateree
  • Lake Wylie

South Carolina is also home to 19 public lakes:

  • Ashwood Lake
  • Bonneau ferry WMA Lake
  • Cherokee Lake
  • Dargan's Pond
  • Draper WMA Lake
  • Edgar Brown Lake
  • Edwin Johnson Lake George Warren Lake
  • John D. Long Lake
  • Jonesville Lake
  • Lancaster Reservoir
  • Mountain Lake 1
  • Mountain Lake 2
  • Oliphant Lake
  • Star Fort Pond
  • Sunrise Lake
  • Thicketty Lake
  • Webb Center Lake



South Carolina rivers include:
  • Ashepoo River
  • Ashley River
  • Black River
  • Broad River
  • Catawba River
  • Chattooga River
  • Combahee River
  • Cooper River
  • Coosawhatchie River
  • Edisto River
  • Enoree River
  • Folly River
  • Great Pee Dee River
  • Little Pee Dee River
  • Little River
  • Lynches River
  • May River
  • Reedy River
  • Saluda River
  • Santee River
  • Savannah River
  • Stono River
  • Tyger River
  • Waccamaw River


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