Waterfalls

South Carolina has many waterfalls in its Upstate region, which may surprise visitors and residents alike.

Blue Wall Preserve

At 575 acres, the Blue Wall Preserve in upper Greenville County represents one of the most important natural areas in…

5 years ago

Sid’s Falls

Oconee County is home to some of South Carolina's most spectacular waterfalls, including Sid's Falls - also called Sid Falls…

8 years ago

Cedar Falls Park

The southern section of Greenville County's Reedy River is home to Fountain Inn's newest park, Cedar Falls. Remains of an…

10 years ago

Falls Park

Falls Park in Greenville lets visitors spend a day along the Reedy River while also venturing into an active downtown.…

10 years ago

Laurel Fork Heritage Preserve

Laurel Fork Heritage Preserve in Pickens County encompasses 1,361 acres of mountain terrain along the Blue Ridge Escarpment in the…

10 years ago

Chauga River

The Chauga River (chaw-ga) in Oconee County begins just south of Mountain Rest and continues for 31 miles, serving as…

11 years ago

Station Cove Falls

An easy half-mile hike leads to this spectacular 60-foot waterfall, formed by the headwaters of Station Cove Creek. It is…

11 years ago

Symmes Chapel

Also known as "Pretty Place," the Symmes Chapel is part of YMCA Camp Greenville, a branch of the YMCA of…

12 years ago

Wildcat Falls

Warning: Upper Wildcat Falls is extraordinarily dangerous; it has been the site of numerous deaths. The lower section of Wildcat…

12 years ago

Carrick Creek Falls

Table Rock State Park is a place where nature enthusiasts could spend many days hiking, camping, and enjoying the views.…

12 years ago