Lake Greenwood is a year-round boating, fishing, and water lover’s paradise, with 11,400 acres of uncrowded surface area and 212 miles of forested shoreline. The lake is 20 miles in length and boasts a mean depth of 21 feet, making it one of the largest lakes in South Carolina. All these numbers translate into plenty of room for everything you love to do on the water, from sailing, jet skiing and water skiing to canoeing and kayaking. The lake is well known for its fantastic fishing, where anglers enjoy the thrill of chasing bass, crappie, catfish, pickerel and bream.
Adjacent to Grand Harbor’s property is Lake Greenwood State Park, a 914-acre unspoiled forest with miles of protected shoreline for camping, hiking, and exploring the wonders of nature.