Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide

Published in the July 2009 Issue Published online: Jul 05, 2009
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Taking your boat to different lakes around the country is a wonderful way to travel and explore new places. However, it can be difficult to find fun things to do around a new area when you want to step off your boat for awhile. The Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide will ensure wherever you dock at Lake Hartwell, you will have a flood of things to do and places to see.

Lake Harwell is located on the South Carolina, Georgia border and has a shoreline of 962 miles and comprises of 56,000 acres of water. The Tugaloo, Seneca, and Savannah Rivers combine to make this man-made lake. All around the shoreline are fun towns that have activities for people of all ages.

There is information on 35 towns and cities including Anderson, Athens, Clemson, Greenville, Seneca and Toccoa. As the Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide goes through each of the towns that border Lake Hartwell, it includes information on the city, things to do there, places to eat and places to stay. This guide also includes information on whether or not the certain places are appropriate for children.

An index stating what activities are found in certain towns is a helpful addition to the book. From horseback riding to golfing to art galleries, search through the book by subject to find out which towns you would be most interested in visiting. The Guide also includes websites for some of the activities, making researching the area easy and less time consuming.

Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide also covers fun things to do while you're on the water like Andersonville Island that is only accessible by boat. The wildlife and the ruins make this island a must to explore. For a more lively night life scene, visit the popular Broyles Party Island. There are several restaurants that are accessed by boat and many marinas to visit and meet new people.

Surrounded by cute towns and beautiful scenery, Lake Hartwell is definitely a good vacation spot to take your pontoon or deck boat and the whole family. Pick up the Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide to keep your vacation filled with all the memory-building activities you want to cherish with your family and friends.

Lake Hartwell Area Recreation Guide retails for $9.99 and can be purchased at several South Carolina and Georgia businesses as well as online at

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