Two access areas on Lake Keowee closed temporarily - Mile Creek Park can be used during this time
Published: September 19, 2014
Two access areas on Lake Keowee to close temporarily for repairs and improvements
PICKENS COUNTY, S.C. and OCONEE COUNTY, S.C. – In order to perform planned
maintenance work, Duke Energy will temporarily close one boat ramp at Stamp Creek
Access Area and all three ramps at Warpath Access Area on Lake Keowee beginning
the week of September 22.
Improvements to the Stamp Creek Access Area include replacing the north boat ramp.
Guests may continue to launch boats from the south boat ramp which will remain open
during construction. Depending on weather conditions, the work at the Stamp Creek
Access Area is scheduled to be completed by year end.
Planned enhancements at the Warpath Access Area include new courtesy docks at the
existing ramps and repairs to the boat ramps and vehicle turn-around area. The boat
ramps at the Warpath Access Area will close to facilitate the work.
During this period, guests may launch boats at the Mile Creek County Park (www.visitmilecreekpark.com for map and information about the park) located approximately eight miles away at 757 Keowee Baptist Church Road in Six Mile.
The work at the Warpath Access Area is scheduled to be completed in January 2015 based on weather
“These maintenance repairs are part of ongoing efforts by Duke Energy to ensure
quality access areas are available to the recreational boating public for use at our
lakes,” said John Crutchfield, director of Duke Energy’s public safety and recreation
strategy planning services.
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Duke Energy Carolinas owns nuclear, coal-fired, natural gas, renewables and
hydroelectric generation. That diverse fuel mix provides approximately 20,000
megawatts of owned electric capacity to about 2.4 million customers in a 24,000-
square-mile service area of North Carolina and South Carolina.
Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C., Duke Energy is a Fortune 250 company traded on the
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