Lake Robinson is a pristine recreational area just northwest of the City of Greer. The lake is approximately 800 acres, and is excellent for boating, fishing and kayaking. In fact, the Greenville News called Robinson a "small jewel" for our community because its abundance of fish. Greer CPW owns Lake Robinson, which was created as an impoundment for drinking water. It is fed by the South Tyger River and serves as part of CPW's drinking water resources. Lake Robinson has a boat ramp, two fishing piers and event sites that can be rented out. In the Spring of 2016, CPW renovated the fishing piers, benches at shelter #1 and the boat house. We continue to make improvements on a yearly basis.
Lake Cunningham is CPW's smaller, but equally beautiful, lake. The impoundment is approximately 200 acres, and it also serves as part of CPW's drinking water resources. In fact, CPW's drinking water treatment plant sits directly at Lake Cunningham. Much like Robinson, CPW works hard to preserve the pristine nature of Lake Cunningham. The lake also serves as a great spot for fishing and boating. In the Spring of 2016, CPW put in new decking boards on the fishing pier at Lake Cunningham. More improvements are on the horizon.
To learn more about both lakes, including boat and fishing restrictions and requirements, check out our Rules and Regulations document.
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