Belle Rive . Bridge Point . Grand Harbour . Harbour Heights . Newport . Patriots Plantation . Pier 96 . Ridgewood Harbour . . Summerset Bay. Watersedge . Verandah Beach
It's A Buyers Market
Spectacular Lake Views Are Very Affordable
Do you have some extra cash on hand and want to invest but don't have enough of a nest egg for lake front? You can have your lake home and there are some great deals on Lake Greenwood especially if you look at options other than lake front. It is not a buyers market on the lake for lake front buyers, although the lake front properties are far more attractively priced than other lakes around Greenwood SC.
The best deals are lake view properties or lake community not necessarily lake view. You still get the benefit of enjoying the amenities that gated Lake Greenwood communities
offer such as boat slips, boat launches, security, locked storage, and
some have golf, tennis, club houses, fitness facilities, pools, and
restaurants, and horse facilities.
Crystal Bay, Eagles Harbour, Summerset Bay, Terrapin Pointe, Pucketts Ferry & Harbourside Grand Harbour's Patriots Plantation
Interior lots and lake view lots start at prices under $35,000 for a 1/2 to 1 acre lot. These lots will make beautiful home sites, a variety of elevations and some perched on a rise will afford some spectacular views
of the lake. Pick from the cream now while you can. invite you to
contact me and let me show you the many possibilities available to you
on Lake Greenwood
The lake is managed by a lake department set up by Greenwood County in 2006 to oversee the lake, protect the natural resources, and comply with FERC regulations which govern the habitat around Lake Greenwood .
Greenwood County has
some of the most comprehensive information on our natural resources and
just about anything you would want or need to know about this area and Greenwood Lake are summed up in this report.
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Responsible ridership and safety are the first steps toward personal watercraft fun
(BPT) - One of the easiest and most fun ways to enjoy everything the
water has to offer is on a personal watercraft (PWC). Personal
watercrafts have taken great strides toward modernization; the PWCs of
today are quiet, run on clean four-stroke technology engines, include
significant safety features, are more stable, and are designed to
accommodate up to three passengers.
Because advances in technology have made personal watercraft options
from brands like Sea-Doo, Jet Ski, Kawasaki and WaveRunner more
accessible and easier to use, more people are enjoying them each year.
PWCs are also incredibly versatile and are becoming popular for towing
wake boarders, tubers, and water skiers, exploring waterways and
fishing. They can even be used as transportation to and from overnight
To fully enjoy a PWC, riders must be responsible, safe and educated
about operating one. Before you insert the key into the ignition, here
are a few questions to ask yourself:
* Are you of legal age in your state to operate a PWC?
* Do you know your craft and the specific ways it operates compared to other PWCs?
* Have you read all instructional materials and labels from the manufacturer?
* Do you know the "rules of the road" on the water?
* Are you wearing a personal flotation device (PFD) and neoprene shorts?
If you answer "no" to any of these questions, it's time to head back to the dock.
Responsible riding isn't just about personal safety. It also includes
being considerate of those around you. Be mindful of other vessels in
your vicinity and how your rate of speed or wake affects them. And don't
forget about marine life: Respect ecologically sensitive areas.
The Personal Watercraft Industry Association offers important safety
tips, rider rules, local laws and PWC etiquette for riders of every
skill level. Information on instructional courses and downloadable
safety materials, including a brief handbook titled Riding Rules for
Personal Watercraft and PWC Orientation Checklist can be found at
www.pwia.org. Additional information can also be found through the
United States Coast Guard. Getting educated about riding a PWC
responsibly will ensure you're equipped to handle the vessel and can
enjoy a fun-filled day on the water.
Before you get your feet wet, remember to ride responsibly. Visit
www.pwia.org to learn more about riding responsibly, or visit us on