Holiday Inn Express and Suites Anderson - I-85
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... STUMPHOUSE TUNNEL, ISSAQUEENA FALLS AND CHAU RAM FALLS.. These places were AWESOME!!!! We got quite a bit of walking in on the trails. Some of it was pretty steep. Tried a little striper fishing from the dock but no luck. Campground is really hilly and mountainy which is neat.
Supposedly are upgrading the campground. We will see how it goes. Is ok for short stays only at this time.
... Falls is named
for an illicit moonshine still that used the cover and remoteness of the
waterfall to hide the evidence of this illegal operation. There are still several drums behind the waterfall
from those days. It is possible to get
behind the waterfall near the drums and view it from different angles. But to see the entire thing, we had to climb
down to the base. We had some fun
playing around ...
... wet under the cascades. Although there were no other people here, we weren’t alone. There was a large number of blackbelly salamanders living in the water beneath the falls. They were camouflaged well and blended right in with the rocks, so we didn’t see them at first. One was hiding in a hole in an old log, with just his little head poking out. We also saw a water snake basking on a rock here. When we finished, we hiked back to ...
... located at the hatchery. The trail follows the East Fork to the Chattooga River, and we could hear the rushing water. Trees line the path. There are tree roots and muddy areas throughout the trail. We crossed small streams and manmade bridges. The trail is 2.5 miles one way.
We stopped at the Cashiers' Farmers Market and picked up fresh fruits and vegetables.
Our first stop is to the grocery store. The grocery store is very convenient to where we are staying. It is on the same road, and we usually travel past it on our activities for the day.
After lunch, we went to Walhalla Fish Hatchery. To get to the fish hatchery, we travel through Cashiers. The fish hatchery is also located in South Carolina. The fish hatchery raises brook, brown, and rainbow trout ...