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South Carolina/Georgia State Line- Photo view from highway - Crossing the Chattooga River, SC.
On the Lookout Mountain Scenic Highway/USA Highway #76/State Highway #2, Southern Highroads Trail, continues its journey into South Carolina and enters Sumpter National Forest, South Carolina. Along its route, South Carolina part of the Byway offers visitors the opportunity to experience the excitement of whitewater rafting on the famous Chattooga River, SC, hiking and horseback riding along mountain trails, camping at numerous sites, fishing in crystal-clear waters and playing golf on championship courses.
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Chattoga Ridge Road
Chattooga Ridge Road, Sumter National Forest,
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Longcreek, South Carolina
Damascus Church Road, Long Creek, South Carolina. Attractions in Long creek, SC. - The Long Creek Academy, SC. This academy is a National Historic Site. The Academy was founded in 1917, it's function was training Baptist ministers and lay persons.
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Welcome Church Road
Welcome Church Road, Elizabeth Cox Road,
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Coffee Road
Coffee Road/State Highway S-37-36, Coneross Creek Reservoir,
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Junction
Junction USA Highway #123/Toccoa Highway, to Tugaloo River, SC. The Tugaloo River is fed by the Tallulah River and the Chattooga River, forming an arm of Tugaloo Lake, SC.
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Southern Railway Passanger Station
Southern Railway Passenger Station, a railway passenger depot built in 1885 in Westminster, South Carolina. It is one of the oldest buildings in the community and has been designated National Historic Place.
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Westminster, South Carolina
Junction State Highway #24, Westminster, South Carolina, a city in Oconee County, South Carolina. South Carolina Apple Festival is held annually during the first two weeks of September, and features a parade, street vendors and booths, a rodeo, and other family activities.
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Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway
Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway/State Highway #11, Seneca, South Carolina, a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, lies on the north east on USA Highway #76/123,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #28, West Union, South Carolina, a town in Oconee County, South Carolina,
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Walhalla, South Carolina
Junction State Route #183, Walhalla, South Carolina, a city in Oconee County, South Carolina, The Walhalla Graded School, an historic building located at 101 E. North Broad Street in Walhalla, South Carolina.
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Lake Jemiki, SC.
Lake Jemiki Road, to, Lake Jemiki, located within Sumter National Forest,
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Road Access
Road Access, to, Issaqueena Falls, located in Walhalla, South Carolina, is a waterfall in the Sumter National Forest.
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Tunnel Town Road - Photo - Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel, SC, an uncompleted railroad tunnel
Tunnel Town Road, Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel, SC, an uncompleted railroad tunnel,in Oconee County, South Carolina, for the Blue Ridge and Atlantic Railroad in Sumter National Forest. Isaqueena Falls lies nearby. a small park provides access to the falls and tunnel.
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Crystal Lake, SC
Vissage Road, Crystal Lake Road, Crystal Lake,
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Junction
Junction State Route #28 with State Route #107, Taylor Creek, Mountain Rest Lake, and Chattooga Lake, located along the State Route #28 in Sumter National Forest, South Carolina,
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Dellwood Road
Dellwood Road, Old Turnpike Road, Lake Becky, in Sumter National Forest,
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Oconee State Park
Oconee State Park, South Carolina is a state park situated in South Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountain region within the Sumter National Forest. Recreational opportunities like taking a hike on nature/hiking trails, camping, fishing/boating in the two small lakes on the park grounds, are there for visitors to avail. Oconee State Park Ponds. Camping facilities: Water and electrical hookups, a designated walk-in tent camping area. Restrooms with hot showers.
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Village Creek Road
Village Creek Road, Camp Chatuga Road, winds within Sumter National Forest, leads to, Taylor Creek,
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Cheohee Road - Photo view from highway
Cheohee Road, Lake Issaquenna, SC.
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Burrells Ford Road
Burrells Ford Road, Kings Creek Falls, a waterfall located near Long Creek, South Carolina, in the Oconee District of the Sumter National Forest. Kings Creek is a tributary of the Chatooga River. The falls are located off a short spur from the Foothills Trail, near Ellicott Rock Wilderness Area.
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Wigington Road
Wigington Road / State Highway S-37-413, connects with State Route #130, near Bad Creek, in Sumter National Forest near the South Carolina/North Carolina Border.
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State Highway #107
South Carolina state border with North Carolina, where State Highway #107 enters North Carolina and continues its journey through Nantahala National Forest, to Cashiers, North Carolina. This is where the South Carolina part of the Southern Highroads Trail Byway ends. NOTE: For highway travel via the Southern Highroads Trail see Milebymile RV Highway Guide North Carolina for driving directions.