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3 ways to hit the water this summer

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Kayakers on the water at Goodale State Park.

There are plenty of beautiful SC waterways to explore, and the Olde English District (Chester, Chesterfield, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lancaster, Union + York Counties) is home to a lot of them.

Photo provided by Olde English District

The summer season is almost here, Greenville. That means sunny days filled with outdoor activities are ahead.

Here are a few of our fave ways to hit the water so you can plan the perfect trip to the Olde English District:

  • Paddle past the blooming Rocky Shoals Spider Lilies at Landsford Canal in June.
  • Kayak + canoe at state parks like Cheraw State Park in Chesterfield County and Goodale State Park in Kershaw County.
  • Check out the larger bodies of water in the region, including Lake Wateree, Lake Wylie, and Lake Monticello for water sports.*

Plan your summer fun

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