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Lake Greenwood: Souls Harbor

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Lake Greenwood: Souls Harbor

Skill Level: Easy
Flow Level No Information
Rapids: None
Length: 1.0 miles
Duration: .5 - 5 hours
Portaging: No
What to Expect

Souls Harbor is the first of many river accesses on Lake Greenwood. Paddlers and boaters can use this lake access as a start and end point, traveling around Lake Greenwood and up the Saluda River. Boaters will see wide open flat water.

Access
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Souls Harbor Access and Roadside Parking
Access Details

This access features a one-lane boat ramp off Ridge Road on Lake Greenwood. Parking is available along the road's shoulder. Overnight or extended parking is not recommended.

Trip Details

Souls Harbor is a one-lane boat ramp off of Ridge Road on Lake Greenwood. Parking is available along the road's shoulder. Overnight or extended parking is not recommended. Paddlers can use this access as a put in and take out. This is a very beginner friendly location with lake-like paddling conditions. For more information see The Upper Saluda River Blueway map.

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steve son
Oct 05, 2020 10:51 pm EDT
Ashley Hill
Aug 21, 2018 12:02 pm EDT
Nice, quiet cove to paddle around in with a very small beach area next to boat ramp. Perfect for teaching kids.
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Parking - Dedicated Lot
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