Lakes We Love

Lake Cunningham (SC)

A little sister lake to Lake Robinson, Cunningham is a shallow, smaller lake with laid down trees and lily pads everywhere! At approximately 200 acres, this lake is quiet, with no pleasure boaters and jet skis. It's an absolute favorite for kayaking and fishing!

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Lake Robinson (SC)

Lake Robinson is a pristine recreational area just northwest of the City of Greer. The lake is approximately 800 acres, and is excellent for boating, fishing, kayaking and paddleboarding. It's been reffered to as a "small jewel" by locals, because it's packed with fish!

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Lake Julian (NC)

Lake Julian Park is a family recreational facility located on the banks of 300-acre Lake Julian in Arden. Just outside of Asheville, this lake is great for paddling around for the afternoon, and is also just packed with spotted bass and largemouth! The park also has several activities available if you want to make a full day out there with friends and family!

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Lake Santeelah (NC)

100 miles west of Asheville, Lake Santeetlah is one of most unspoiled lakes you'll find in the North Carolina mountains. 80% of the 76 miles of shoreline is part of the Nantahala National Forest. Talk about Beautiful, this place is bucket list status. Any of our guides would jump at the opportunity to get out there for a day!

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Lake Rhodhiss (NC)

Rhodhiss lake is located about 30 minutes outside of Morganton, NC. Well known for it's scenic backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the lake is great for it's water clarity, fishing, and awesome paddling.

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Lake Douglas (TN)

Douglas Lake TN, also known as the Douglas Reservoir, is located at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. A 28,000 acre lake, it's big, and it's beautiful! Awesome for recreational paddling, it's also listed as one of the top 10 bass fishing lakes in the country! Bucket-list trip!

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