The Cliffs® on Lake Keowee include The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards, The Cliffs at
Keowee Falls, The Cliffs at Keowee Springs, and The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards. There
are a total of seven Cliffs in North Carolina and South Carolina. Membership in one Cliffs
community gives you access to $150 million of ameneities (per The Cliffs) in all seven!
According to The Cliffs' web site, “Golf Magazine named The Cliffs one of North America's “25 Best Golf Communities” in its February 2016 issue, citing members' access to all seven award-winning golf courses designed by legendary course architects and players Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio and Gary Player. But it takes more than just spectacular courses to land in Golf's list of Best Places to Live; luxury amenities, programming and the community's natural environment are all taken into consideration. Golf Magazine also praised The Cliffs' lakefront lifestyle on Lake Keowee as well as the variety of experiences offered to members at our mountain and lake properties.”
Another Honor among many! Ideal-LIVING editors
have chosen The Cliffs as one of the “Best Lake Communities” showcased in the Summer
2016 “Best of the Best” special issue.
Fifteen communities were chosen nationwide and 3 were chosen on LAKE KEOWEE! No surprise to us —
we know it is Heavenly! Click on the magazine cover to see the whole article. Pass this to your friends.
It is a joy to live here.
The new owners of The Cliffs have made some changes to the membership options. Per their
sales representative for Keowee, “You do not have to be a member to live in The Cliffs, but
you do have to be a member to utilize the Clubs, Lakehouse restaurant, etc. You also need a membership
to be able to sell your property later to someone who wants access to one.” This is a major change.
The biggest news is that the full golf membership is now $50,000 — not $150,000.
The Cliffs encompasses three private gated mountain lake residential communities
located on Lake Keowee, one of the purest lakes in North America. Keowee is fed by hundreds of
Appalachian clear-spring streams and rivers.