Along this trip, the Enoree River converges with the Broad River, transitioning from a smaller channel of the Enoree to the clear, wide channel of the Broad River. Although beginner friendly, water in the Broad River will be quicker traveling than the Enoree and can be swift, especially at high water levels. This trip can be combined with other sections for excellent overnight and weekend camping trips.
Keitts Bridge Landing is downstream of the Maybinton Road bridge, river-right. The drive to the landing connects to the highway on the upstream right side. Drive under the bridge to a small clearing. This is the last take out before the Enoree's confluence with the Broad River. More information.
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 on the Broad River is about 15 minutes away from Maybington Road, so shuttling cars could take around half an hour. Once on the river, paddlers will not cross under another bridge before the Enoree River converges with the Broad. Once on the Broad River, paddlers will travel nearly 3 miles before coming across the SC-34 bridge. Strother Landing is 700 feet downstream of the SC-34 bridge, river-left.