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Noble & Company Realty is a proud sponsor of The Dam Floatilla - A festival on Lake Greenwood, South Carolina.
The When: Noon on Saturday July 10, 2021
The Where: The Dam at Lake Greenwood
The Why: Let’s have some fun, join our friends and make new ones on this beautiful spot in the Upstate of South Carolina.
Did you know??
Noble & Company Realty has its second location on Lake Greenwood?
Noble & Company Realty is licensed in NC and SC. We are your experts in North Carolina, focusing on the Mountains of Western NC and the communities surrounding Asheville. We are also the experts for your move to or from the Upstate of South Carolina!
Mountains to Lake-No matter which way you’re headed, we’ve got you covered!
Visit our Lake Greenwood partners and friends here:
The Dam Floatilla: https://www.facebook.com/thedamfloatilla/?ref=page_internal
Seasons by the Lake: https://www.facebook.com/Seasons-by-the-Lake-271677366365301/
Harris Landing Restaurant: https://www.facebook.com/lakegreenwoodtikibar/
Break on the Lake Bar and Grill: https://www.breakonthelakegwd.com/
Corley’s Market and Grill: https://www.corleysmarket.com/
96 Pecan Company: https://www.facebook.com/MurrayFarms96/
Lena Hammond Designs: https://lenahammonddesigns.com/
Justin Corley Band: https://www.facebook.com/justincorleymusic
Want to know more about Lake Greenwood? We are all connected...
Lake Greenwood borders Greenwood, Laurens, and Newberry Counties. Life at the lake is just what we all know as daily life in the South (or what others refer to as: Southern Hospitality).
Recreational boating, fishing, camping are just a few of the amenities you will experience when you float on over to our neck of the woods.
The North and South forks of the Saluda river come right out of the Blue Ridge Mountains up here in North Carolina. The Saluda river feeds Lake Greenwood and is the source of outflow, as well. The Saluda River then joins up with the Broad River in Columbia, SC to form the Santee, eventually meandering its way to the Atlantic Ocean.
IMAGE ABOVE: By Dr. Blazer - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=91569484