This is the last stretch along the Upper Broad River Blueway. Paddlers will see the confluence of the Broad and Enoree Rivers, 1.8-mile long Henderson Island, and densely wooded forests.
A small parking area and dirt boat ramp are located river-right.
Strother Landing is located 600 feet downstream of the SC-34 bridge, river-left. Traveling east across the SC-34 bridge, go 0.1 miles and turn right on to Strother Road. Turn right onto the first dirt path 500 feet down the road, across the railroad tracks, and bear right to the landing.
The take out is 25 minutes away from the put in, so shuttling cars could take close to an hour. After putting in the river, paddlers will come across Henderson Island which is 1 mile long. Stay to the left of the island. Downstream of the island, the Enoree River joins the Broad River. After crossing under two sets of power lines, paddlers will then cross under the Highway 34 bridge. Stay to the left and Strother Landing is 2,000 feet downstream of the bridge.