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South Carolina State #11 Highway Guide

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Highway # 11 - South Carolina - Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway
Scenic Highway 11 follows the same path that ancient Cherokee Indians once used as a trading route. This scenic path weaves through towering forests, racing rivers, pastures and quaint towns. It is host to nine of South carolinas State Parks as well as The Cowpens National Battlefield. For driving directions via South Carolina highway # 11 see attached link to The South Carolina - Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway.
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Intersection of I-85 and SC Scenic Rt 11.
This is the beginning of a trek westbound thru the Upstate of South Carolina. Access to the city of Gaffney, South Carolina.
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Gaffney, South Carolina Outlet Mall
Large Yellow Mall with high end products.
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Green River Auctions
Interesting entertainment if you're traveling past on a Thursday evening. Stop in and see a live horse auction.You might see ponies, goats and tack as well as some local color!
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Cowpens National Battlefield, South Carolina
Revolutionary Battleground. In 1781 a band of American patriots dealt the British a crippling defeat. There is a walking tour and a Visitors Center with a video presentation.
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Chesnee, South Carolina city limits
Quaint turn of century mill town
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Blue Ridge Mountains
These mountains will be your constant traveling companions for the next few hours. The link listed is a great travel site.
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Strawberry Hill
Pick your own when is season. Accross the street is Cooley Brothers peach Farm. South Carolina peaches are simply the best.
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Fingerville, South Carolina
Several neighborhoods built of the 'mill house' style at the turn of the century. Small one bedroom houses.
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Junction of Rt . 11 & Rt. 9
Fruit and vegetable stand all spring, summer and fall.
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Junction Rt. 11 & I-26
Magnificent View, Cito Gas, Aunt M's Quickstop. Clean & great fried chicken
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Town of Campobello, South Carolina
Don't blink your eyes! Very small town that surprise with its good antiquing, Bell Tower B&B,and Dutch Plate Resaurant.
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Peach orchards
Unbelievable pink spreading for miles from late February through March framed by the backdrop of mountains. By this point the mountains are about 8-9 miles away. Another mile or so is Peach Country, a wonderful place to buy peaches in season. Ask for ready to eat or less ripe for a long car ride.Great peach slushy!
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Motlow Creek Gardens
Lovely grouping of buildings to form a very unusual nursery. Gift items as well and occasional tea parties.
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The Red Horse Inn
The Red Horse Inn
Cottages and Inn Rooms on 190 mountain view acres. From the junction of 11 & 14, proceed on 11 exactly 1 mile, left on Tugaloo, go 1 mile. Left on N. Campbell. Go 3/4 mile to #310, on left.
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The Cliffs of Glassy
An exclusive golf course community.
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Perdue Fruit Stand
An unusual fruit stand, Perdue’s also offers wagon rides through the orchards and Mr. Perdue will educate any eager listener as well.
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Look up Lodge
A Christ Centered Camp and Christian retreat.
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Pleasant Ridge County Park
300 acres park, a five acre lake swimming, fishing, boating and a one mile nature trail. Two fully equipped rental cabins, 25 site campground, picnic area with shelters www.gcrd.org
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Junction of 11 & 276
Take a right at the stop sign and a little trip to the Ice Cream Churn is fun. Or stop at Big Bear Trading Post where you can buy American Indian crafts, shoot a flintlock rifle and watch Frank turn tree stumps into bears with his chain saw.
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Jones Gap State Park
An old growth forest and spectacular waterfall as well as hiking trails, a river and unusual and endangered flora make Jones Gap worth the trip off Highway 11.
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A River Runs By It
Bring your fly fishing pole
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Junction of 276
A trip up 276 is well worth the time. Caesar’s Head State Park offers views and Raven Cliff Falls is a 420 foot high cascade in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness and Recreation area. A 2 mile hike is necessary to reach the falls. While there, a stop at the Mountain House Restaurant for unusual sandwiches and fudge are delightful.
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Aunt Sue’s
Your next chance to have some homemade fudge, a sandwich or buy some souvenirs.
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Table Rock State Park
100 campsites, tents and RV, as well as some of the most spectacular views in North Greenville County. At 3,124 feet it’s hard to miss this landmark. According to legend, the Great Spirit used it as a table while nearby Stool Mountain served as a seat. Plan a 3 hour hike to the top, so be sure to bring the bottled water before having your breath absolutely taken away by the awesome views.
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Hagood Mill
Turn left on 178 to take a visit to this 1845 restored grist mill. It is the only mill in South Carolina which uses the wheel components. Open every 3rd Saturday monthly & by appointment. 864 898 5963
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Keowee-Toxaway State Park
Just off 11 on highway 133 a museum and outdoor kiosks feature exhibits of the Cherokee Indians. The lake attracts fishermen, boaters, water-skiers and water enthusiasts.
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Devils Fork State Park
Three miles north of 11 on Jocasse Lake Road, Lake Jocasse is bounded by a picturesque mountain backdrop. More than 20 waterfalls flow directly into this 7500 acre lake. Boat rentals are available. RV sites.
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Duke Power’s World of Energy
Learn how electricity is generated by water, coal and uranium through a self guided tour and by hands-on computers games. Go southeast on 130.
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Whitewater Falls
A set of two falls plunge nearly 800 feet, making this the highest series of falls east of the Mississippi. Turn onto 130 North to visit.
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Historical Oconee Station
Built in 1792 as one in a series of blockhouses along the SC frontier. Garrisoned with troops until 1799. An adjacent building, the Richards House was built in 1805 and is believed to be the first brick house in the Northwest corner of SC. Nearby a 60 foot waterfall, Station Cove Falls is accessible from a hiking trail.
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Lake Hartwell State Park (South Carolina/Georgia Border)
With more than 960 miles of shoreline on the South Carolina/ Georgia border, Lake Hartwell beckons water enthusiasts. 148 sites. 117 RV, 31 Tenting.
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South Carolina/Georgia Border
South Carolina/Georgia Border
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