Welcome to the Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards Community Website! 
Serving the property owners of the Vineyards, Eastatoe Park and Falls North
Effective May 2nd Falls North Pkwy Partially CLOSED:  All homes accessible, some via detour.  See Community Alerts (at right)  >
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To Contact the Property Owner's Association:
POA Business Manager:   Kristi Bishop  864-655-7112   poa@vineyardsconnections.com
Homeowners, Architects, Builders and Contractors:
Remodeling, new construction or landscaping?  Access the guidelines, applications and submit your request or plans online:  CLICK HERE.
Questions Regarding The Cliffs? 
Interested in The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards Club or properties, please CLICK HERE.
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Community Alerts
Lake Security Awareness
Our neighbors down the lake at Waterford Pointe are reporting that there has been a rash of boat and dockside thefts lately along the lake.  Thieves have been targeting boats and docks on Lake Keowee during the night and stealing stereo equipment, fish finders, GPS equipment, etc.  If you see boats approaching and shining lights at docks late at night, please call 911 and report the suspicious activity.
Falls North Update:  Partial closure of Cliffs Falls Parkway
From POA Road Chair
Cliffs Falls Parkway in Falls North:
Effective May 2nd, FALLS NORTH PARKWAY is partially closed between Piney Cove Ln. and Turtlehead Gate but all homes are still accessible, some via detour.  Access to all Cliffs Fall North homes in the first section off Highway 11 are still open. However, access to our northern most homes in Cliffs Falls North must use the detour below.
To access the gates at Lake Breeze Lane and McKinney Falls Parkway during repairs:
  • Follow Highway 11 toward the Lake Shop gas station,
  • At the Lake Shop gas station turn right (north) onto Boone’s Creek Road, 
  • At the T, turn right towards Devils Fork State Park onto Jocasse Lake Road,
  • Turn right onto Old Chapman Bridge Road,
Both gates are accessed on the left from Old Chapman Bridge Road
Those who get their mail at the Turtle Creek gate area will be able to gain access to their respective mailboxes from the Turtle Head Creek Road but all travel south or towards Highway 11 is prohibited. It has been determined that this area is extremely hazardous. Repairs will initiate as soon possible and will take approximately 4 weeks.
Further updates will be posted on the Vineyards Connections website.  See Falls North map below for area of CLOSURE:
To Report a Hazard
Emergency and Security Contacts
All Emergencies:  
Call 9-1-1
If using a CELL PHONE, you must identify the street address, the Vineyards  and the county:
Pickens or Oconee
Key Contacts:
Vineyards Gate House
Vineyards Mobile Security
(if on patrol)
Falls South Gatehouse
for access to Falls North
Dispatch - Pickens County
Police, Fire, Rescue, Sheriff
Oconee County Sherriff's Dept 864-944-6060
Vineyards Fire District
Falls North Fire District -
Salem Fire &Rescue
Duke - Power Outage
Gate Access
Property Owners:  Please Click Guest Access Here to schedule your guests / vendors and notify the Vineyards Main Gatehouse in advance of their arrival.   
Or call  Vineyards Gatehouse at 864-868-5022
Visitors:  To gain access, you will need to go to the Keowee Vineyards Main gate or Falls South Main Gate.  See Map at the bottom of the home page on this website for location.
Emergency Evacuation
In the event of an Evacuation Order, communication would utilize
"Code Red" messaging. 
Evacuation Orders are coordinated by state and county command centers.
More about an Evacuation Order and registering for "Code Red"
Grapevine News
KVFD Hosts Lunch for Dedication of Observatory
Posted on May 18th, 2019
On April 22nd, Keowee Vineyards Fire Department hosted a luncheon after the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Observation Tower on Sassafrass Mountain.   The Observation Tower is now open to the public.
Ladies of the Lake Outings!
Posted on May 16th, 2019
It’s time to sign up for the first of our two summer outings to Flat Rock Playhouse.
  • Wednesday, June 12:  South Pacific, the Rodgers & Hammerstein Classic!   Registration deadline June 1
  • Wednesday, July 31:   All Shook Up!   Stay tuned for registration details.
For details, cost and how to register, click
Elevation Living June 2019 Edition
Posted on May 11th, 2019
The digital edition of the June Elevation Living Magazine is now available.  The print edition, which is only distributed locally, will be in mailboxes soon.
Kamp Keowee Registration Deadline
Posted on May 11th, 2019
**June 1, 2019**
Don’t delay! Only a few spots remain for kampers.
Kamp Keowee: age 5-10
* Remaining Spaces:  5
Contact:  Kathy Skidmore, kathyskidmore@gmail.com
Adventure Kamp: age 10-12
* Remaining Spaces:  8
Contact:  Steve Steele, steelesteve@bellsouth.net
Kamp dates are July 1-July 5 (no Kamp on July 4). Registration documents can be found at www.kampkeowee.com
Ticks and Lyme Disease
Posted on May 11th, 2019

Submitted by Elaine Wedral

Tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease are on the rise. Cases in the United States increased from about 12,000 annually in 1995 to nearly 40,000 in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Experts believe the real number of infections is likely closer to 300,000.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates products that are used to help diagnose and treat this complex disease in humans. There are no licensed vaccines in the United States to aid in the prevention of Lyme disease in people.

If a Bear is in the ‘hood.....
Posted on Apr 29th, 2019
Dealing with bears in the Upstate is a neighborhood problem, says the South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources (SCDNR).  And neighbors need to work together. If a neighborhood hears of a bear in the area, everyone should take their feeders down, and leave them down. If every single person with a bird feeder in the neighborhood doesn’t take that feeder down, then the black bear will find a reason to stay in the area.
Did You Know?
Posted on Apr 15th, 2019
Our area is full of local attractions ranging from parks to waterfalls to arts to entertainment.  There is an extensive list in Beyond the Gates (on the blue navigation bar above).  But do you know about these two interesting historical artifacts?  Read More to learn about Soapstone Baptist Church (a 130 year old African American Freedmen community) and Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI), a decomissioned NASA and Dept. of Defense listening station (a Russian spy story!)
Thank You, Jack Lewis!
Posted on Apr 15th, 2019
Friends of Lake Keowee Society (FOLKS) bids a fond farewell to President, Jack Lewis.  After 10 years of tireless support of the Friends of Lake Keowee Society, Jack retired from his volunteer position as president in March.  He has served as a board member, captain of the northern part of the FOLKS Lake Sweep cleanup team and most importantly president of the board for the past 5 years.  Read the Elevation Living article about Jack and Bobbie Lewis and learn more about FOLKS
Spring Into Arts!
Posted on Apr 5th, 2019

Is Spring inspiring you to seek out the arts and festivals? 

Then don’t miss this amazing and comprehensive

Spring Into Arts Guide 

with art exhibits, festivals, studio strolls, museum and gallery information, class information, and local areas and events related to the visual arts.  Thank you, Cheryl Wiggins at The Falls, for sharing it!

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The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards is nestled along the northern shores of pristine Lake Keowee at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Vineyards offers the perfect combination of mountain-lake living. Jocassee Gorges, with its numerous waterfall hikes and stunning lake, borders our community to the north while the 23-mile long Lake Keowee on the south offers all the advantages of lake living. Discover why our members have chosen to call this home.

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