ROADTRIP: You’ve Got to Visit Lake Robinson

By D. Lanier Shook                        August 28, 2013

Where will the residents of Greer be going this weekend? Where do folks from this awesome town go when they have free time? Lake Robinson, of course, and even though its going to be packed this weekend you should visit it too — although you might want to wait for next weekend. Here’s a few reasons the good folk of Greer will be on the blissful shores of Lake Robinson. (To read Five Reasons Why You Should Visit Greer click here.)

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That’s 802 acres of water out there.

There are around  50 parking spots for boat trailers and about 30 for cars.

There are around 50 parking spots for boat trailers and about 30 for cars.

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This is where the boats go in the water.

This is only one picnic area. This one, however, is located on a deck overlooking the south end of the lake.

This picnic area is located on a deck overlooking the south end of the lake. There is another covered picnic pavilion just up the hill from this one.

There are several smaller picnic areas, complete with a good old fashioned charcoal grill.

There are several other, smaller picnic areas, complete with good old fashioned charcoal grills.

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