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Area Attractions

When you visit Bryson's Apple Orchard,  bring along a picnic basket and your camera.  There are an abundance of natural attractions to visit in upstate South Carolina like beautiful rivers, breath taking waterfalls and hiking trails.

A photo of the Chattooga River. Photo by Anita E. DostThe Chattooga River, pictured to the right, attracts visitors from all over the world.  It is the main river feeding into the Tugaloo River. Its headwaters are located southwest of Cashiers, North Carolina, and it stretches 57 miles to where it joins together with the Tallulah River within Lake Tugalo, held back by the Tugalo Dam. Both Rivers combine to make the Tugaloo River starting in Lake Yonah. It begins in southern Jackson County, North Carolina, and then it flows southwestward between northwestern Oconee County, SC and eastern Rabun County, GA.

The Chattooga River, pictured above, attracts visitors from all over the world.  It is the main river feeding into the Tugaloo River. Its headwaters are located southwest of Cashiers, North Carolina, and it stretches 57 miles to where it joins together with the Tallulah River within Lake Tugalo, held back by the Tugalo Dam. Both Rivers combine to make the Tugaloo River starting in Lake Yonah. It begins in southern Jackson County, North Carolina, and then it flows southwestward between northwestern Oconee County, SC and eastern Rabun County, GA.