Eastatoee Cascades is a small, smooth-flowing cascade that is surrounded by large boulders. Located on Eastatoee Creek, there are numerous access areas to the cascades. The first half a mile of this 1.1 mile long hike is easy but the last half is rather difficult.
1. In Clemson, at the intersection of SC 133, US 76, US 123, and SC 28, turn RIGHT onto SC 133.
2. Follow SC 133 for 20 miles until you reach SC 11. Turn RIGHT onto SC 11.
3. Continue down SC 11 for 5.6 miles to Roy F. Jones Road on the LEFT.
4. Follow Roy F. Jones Road for 2.3 miles (past thee Cliffs Vineyards and past Vineyards Fire Station).
5. Once you reach the DNR Granny Greer Anglers Access Area, turn right into the access area and park in the gravel parking area.
6. Behind the metal gate there is an old roadbed you need to follow for 1.1 miles to the boulder field and Eastatoee Cascades.
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