Overnight Adventure

 

See all the adventures Oconee County has to offer with this overnight adventure to see some of the most beautiful sights. No trip is complete without great local views and a place to rest with a view that is to die for.

 
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Day 1

lunch with a view

Start your day in Oconee County by having lunch at Chattooga Bell Bistro. Situated on a 198 acre working farm, distillery, and event barn in Long Creek, SC. While there for lunch, you can also grab a bucket and pick fruits that are in season during that time. 

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Day 2

Jumpstart your day 

Wake up and start your day with coffee and a traditional southern breakfast at Sister’s in Salem, SC. It is family owned and a big hit among locals. The pancakes are one of the favorites and even include fresh local blueberries on top! 

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Raft down chattooga 

After lunch, head over to Wildwater in Long Creek, SC and book a zipline canopy tour or whitewater rafting along the Chattooga River. It flows south along the state border of South Carolina and Georgia. Southern Living has said that rafting the Chattooga River is the “#1 Thing Southerners Must Do.” 


sleep on the water 

After a day of adventure and good food head back to your private Villa at Devil’s Fork in Salem, SC to unwind and relax before starting another day. Enjoy the view of sunset over Lake Jocassee and the smell of campfires before heading off to bed. 


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Take a hike 

For your final adventure, head out to Stumphouse Tunnel & Yellow Branch Falls in Walhalla, SC. Known for its history, Stumphouse Tunnel is an abandoned railway dating back to the Civil War. It is now open to the public to take a walk back in time. Yellow Branch Falls is great for all ages, a 1.5 mile trail that leads to a 50 foot waterfall, it is one of Oconee County’s easier trails that leads to a beautiful view.