- Our list of the best things to do in Long Creek, South Carolina, features the top 89 nearby activities — including 47 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Long Creek, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Water Activities, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Long Creek, SC , followed by 86 popular activities in nearby cities, including Highlands, Clarkesville, Clemson, Walhalla, Sautee Nacoochee, Toccoa, Clayton, Dillard, Tiger, Salem, Cleveland, Cashiers, Helen, Hiawassee, Sapphire and Franklin
Since 1971, Wildwater Rafting, has been providing heart-pounding adventures for enthusiasts of all ages. Featuring half-day, full-day, and overnight trips, let their experienced guides provide you with the thrill of a lifetime.
For an adrenaline rush high above the forest floor, Chattooga Ridge Canopy Tours, has the perfect adventure for you. Climb the ski bridges, or fly across one of a dozen zip lines through the trees, or try a zip across Academy Lake.
Beautiful Chattooga Belle Farm within the mountains by Sumter National Park is always open to the public for sight seeing, walking, disc golf, and lunch at Belle's Bistro. Farm tours and venue availability is offered, as well as renting of nearby lake houses.
Clayton, Georgia is home to Southeastern Expeditions, a touring company that specializes in small-group whitewater rafting expeditions. The company also operates kayak tours and overnight camping trips. Southeastern Expeditions also rents canoes and kayaks.
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Visitors can hike the 1,769 ft. elevation trail towards a summit at Buzzard Roost Heritage Preserve. The trail features a variety of plant species like stoneroot. At the summit, there is a picnic area.
An abandoned attempt to link Charleston and Cincinnati, Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel was never completed. Visitors can now walk halfway through the 1600 ft long tunnel, which was also used by Clemson University as an ideal location for curing blue cheese.
Visitors can enjoy scenic views of the creek while warming up to a fireplace at Warwoman Dell Recreation Area. The surrounding forest contains trails for hikers to explore. There is also an old trout hatchery on the grounds.
Located in Tiger, Georgia, Goat on the Roof is an eclectic attraction featuring live animals, Amish food, gem panning, homemade confections and much more. It is also rife with friendly goats that visitors may feed if they wish.