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 # 14 - Goose Creek Reservoir 



 Rated: Easy to Moderate 

 2 - 4 miles, varies 


 One of the most accessible paddles in the Berkeley 

 Blueways program, Goose Creek Reservoir is in 

 the middle of the cities of Hanahan and Goose 

 Creek. Extremely popular with with boaters and 

 anglers, you won't be alone on this 600-acre lake. 

 This lake has an abundance of wildlife from egrets, 
-herons, ibis and anhingas. 


Difficulty:  Easy to Moderate. 

Distance:  2 - 4 miles, varies. Best suited as exploration. Paddle as little or as much as you'd like.

Timeminimum 1 hour to as long as you'd like.

Crowds:  Heavy at times. Even on weekdays, there are always boaters and friendly folks fishing from the shore and dock.

Put In / Take Out:  At the end of Bettis Boat Landing Road, Hanahan, SC. GPS: 32.932889, -80.022594 or 32°55’58.4”N, 80°01’21.3”W

Fees/Permits:  None.


Current:  Negligible, generally south direction towards the dam.

Tidal Influence:  None.

Precautions:  Winds above 10 MPH can be tough for a paddler on Goose Creek Reservoir. There is a lot of open water for wind to intensify and cause waves/whitecaps.

Water Level:  For this Blueway paddle trail, water level is not a concern.

So Much History Nearby: Did you know Berkeley County has more than 110 historical markers and historical points of interest? CLICK HERE to find your Adventures in History!

Weather on the Trail:  Click HERE


  Goose Creek Reservoir PHOTO GALLERY  

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