The Mighty Savannah River Is South Carolina’s Longest, Traveling 301 Miles To The Sea

The mighty Savannah River forms much of the border between South Carolina and Georgia. From the point where it’s formed from the confluence of the Tugaloo River and the Chattooga River, the Savannah flows an impressive 301 miles to the Atlantic and provides ample opportunities to enjoy endless water views and water-related activities. It is South Carolina’s longest river and deserves some recognition.

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For more on the Savannah River, see the Savannah River Keeper site. If you don’t live on the western side of South Carolina, how often do you make it a point to explore attractions and parks along the Savannah? We’d love to hear your feedback, so leave a comment!

For more river fun: Follow Your Sense Of Adventure On These 9 Scenic Rivers In South Carolina!