Enoree River SC 49 Bridge to Parr Shoals Dam

Cross Anchor, South Carolina

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The Enoree heads up on the Piedmont in Greenville County and winds its way southeastward to confluence with the Broad, northeast of Newberry. On its way, it cuts through the Fall Line, offering a short stretch of interesting whitewater before reaching Sumter National Forest and the coastal plains. From the put-in to the takeout at Parr Shoals on the Broad, one encounters very little evidence of civilization other than highway bridges. It is a most scenic run through rolling hills.

Enoree River: SC 49 Bridge to Parr Shoals Dam Professional Review and Guide

"The Enoree heads up on the Piedmont in Greenville County and winds its way southeastward to confluence with the Broad, northeast of Newberry.

On its way, it cuts through the Fall Line, offering a short stretch of interesting whitewater before reaching Sumter National Forest and the coastal plains. From the put-in to the takeout at Parr Shoals on the Broad, one encounters very little evidence of civilization other than highway bridges. It is a most scenic run through rolling hills."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Cross Anchor
Distance: 61.4
Elevation Loss: Minimal
Duration: 6 sections that take 26.5 hours to paddle
Class: Class II
Local Contacts: Sumter National Forest
Local Maps: Ora, Philson, Crossroads, Sedalia, Whitmire North, Whitmire South, Pomaria, Jenkinsville (USGS); Spartanburg, Union, Newberry (County)
Driving Directions: Directions to Enoree River: SC 49 Bridge to Parr Shoals Dam

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