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Issaqueena Dam – Walhalla, South Carolina

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Gary Dubose of Seneca took this shot of Issaqueena Dam, near Walhalla in October 2008.

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He writes: “This is a view of the back of Issaqueena Dam near Clemson. The dam forms a small lake that is located in the Clemson Experimental Forest. This land was given to Clemson University during the Depression when the government was buying up land that had been abandoned by farmers. The area is popular today with hikers, joggers, and mountain bikers.”

Issaqueena Dam Info

Address: State Road 39-225, Clemson, SC 29634
GPS Coordinates: 34.735007,-82.864391

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2 Comments about Issaqueena Dam

SCIWAYNo Gravatar says:
January 19th, 2015 at 7:50 am

Hi, Gene. I have included a map on the page as well as the road that leads to the dam and lake. I hope this helps! I also included a website for the trail. Best of lucK!

Gene MuellerNo Gravatar says:
January 19th, 2015 at 7:07 am

I wished someone would tell me how to get to Issaqueena Lake from Anderson (route 76). The directions recently given in a South Carolina Wildlife magazine story are, at best, confusing, or outright wrong.

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