Hartwell in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Dams. Discover best things to do in Hartwell with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Hartwell
5 based on 48 reviews
This is a great place to walk around. This was the cleanest dam that I have ever seen but I am from Michigan and it seems that down south they care more about keeping their lakes and nature areas clean. I did see that some people were fishing and picnicking here. If that's what you were looking to do I think it'd be a nice place for fishing or a family picnic.
5 based on 35 reviews
We provide Kayak and Paddleboard rentals to Lake Hartwell and Lake Keowee. Beginning in the summer of 2017 we will be onsite at South Cove Park in Seneca, SC offering hourly/daily rentals. We also provide delivery and pickup.
We rented paddle boards for 7 of our family members to enjoy some time celebrating a birthday. I had called several times asking different question and received the most helpful friendly advice without any sense of annoyance with repeated calls. The owners are amazing and...MoreThank you for the kind words! We enjoyed meeting you and your family! Hope to see you guys next season!
4 based on 127 reviews
Called America's Stonehenge, these stones mark the spot believed to be the center of the universe by the Cherokee Indians.
We stopped here since we were near for another reason. It's not really a "destination" sort of place, since you can see/experience it fully in less than a half hour. It is free, and it is very interesting. It's refreshing to see the "be good" concept inspired by the creators of these guidestones, especially amid today's tension.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
In the scenic foothills of Northeast Georgia, you'll find a one-of-a-kind golf club and conference center, that is just minutes from Lake Hartwell. An elegant 40,000 square foot clubhouse anchors this par 72, semi-private golf course that is open for play seven days per week. Cateechee Golf Club offers members and guests a serene escape from the hectic pace of everyday life on a course that spans 380 acres of rustic tranquility. Cateechee is "pure golf in a nature park." Golf Digest recently ranked Cateechee as a "Four Star" destination.
We have an annual golf weekend at Cateechee and take advantage of their accommodations and dining facilities. The stay is always a great experience even when the weather makes golf more challenging than usual. The staff is terrific and there is a true feeling of hospitality.
5 based on 11 reviews
Whether you are looking for nationally recognized recording artists or local musical talent, you will find it at High Cotton. The venue does not have a large seating capacity making it a close and personal event. The owners are friendly and welcome you to their venue. If you get a chance to visit on the third Saturday of each month, you will be amazed at the many talented blues artists that come together.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
I adore this little spot for a short walk! The planted flowers are beautiful, and the twisting trails are fun! I also love how part of the garden is in open air and part of it takes you through the edge of the woods. I would recommend wearing bug spray during summer months. The only complaint I have about this spot is that the walk is too short! I wanted the trails to keep on going, but it only took me about 20 min. to leisurely traverse the whole place. Hopefully they'll be adding on more trails in the future.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This is a great place to walk, ride a bike or run. We even take card board boxes and slide down the hills as if they were snow covered. There is a small playground for children and picnic tables with grills available too. There is also an open area for frisbee or football or soccer. When the water is up you can even take a dip in the cove. Great way to spend an afternoon.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Saddlers Creek State Park is a perfect place. We have camped there on many occasions, hosted group gatherings at their shelters and hiked their trails. They have shelters, picmic tables, outdoor sports fields - Baseball/softball, volleyball, soccer. Places you can set up horseshoes and cornhole - sigh - wish I could go right now!!
3.5 based on 14 reviews
The park is ideal for swimming, boating, water skiing, and fishing on Lake Hartwell - a 50,000 plus acre reservoir. There are many picnic tables, children's playground, campsites, etc. The only disadvantage is a 90 minutes drive from Atlanta, mostly on Interstate 85.
5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to Lake Hartwell SUP Yoga. Practicing yoga on the water is an excellent way to connect with one's self. This will allow you to get centered, find stillness, practice balance, breathe and find inner peace.
Come and enjoy the surrounding of the lake while practicing yoga. Being on the water, reminds us of the power and energy the earth provides. This allows us to work on inner balance, awareness, stillness all in a soothing enviornment.
Classes are and hour and a half and are held Friday, Saturday and Sundays.
Morning classes are from 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Sunset classes are from 6:30 pm - 8 pm
Class size is limited to 6 persons. Boards, life jackets and paddles are provided.
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