The Old 96 District is home to Lake Greenwood, Lake Russell, and Lake Thurmond. Whether you are looking to catch largemouth bass, ski/wakeboard, or float the day away, we have the spot for you.
This 11,400 acre lake has 212 miles of shoreline. Recent years have brought considerable development around the lake, which is becoming a choice residential and retirement area for Greenwood and Laurens counties. It’s a popular spot for fishing, boating and many other water activities.
Lake Russell is a 26,650-acre lake which stretches 30 miles up the Savannah River to Lake Hartwell Dam. Visitors can enjoy fishing and other water activities in a pristine setting with abundant wildlife, maintaining a diverse habitat for warm-water, cool-water, and even cold-water sport fish.