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Seneca, Call Our Town Home


Seneca, dubbed “The City of Opportunity” at its founding, is a town of a little more than 8,000 on the southern end of Lake Keowee. This town is a home to a number of historic buildings and districts that are on the National Register of Historic Places. The nearby Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee and Lake Hartwell offers many recreational opportunities such as Boating & Sailing, Fishing and Swimming. You can find most of us on (or in!) the lake during warmer weather and heading over to Clemson University when football season rolls around.

If you’re checking out the area for the first time, you’ll want to head to downtown Seneca to Ram Cat Alley and check out the local shops and restaurants. Locally-owned speciality shops, cozy restaurants and the local radio station all call this street home.  Should you happen to stop by on a Thursday night between April and October, you’ll find live music and dancin’ in the streets as Jazz on the Alley takes over! Dine al fresco and enjoy the sounds of Seneca.

Learn more about Seneca here.

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