Duke enhances recreation at Lake Wateree

Duke Energy and Fairfield County officials cut the ribbon on a new public recreation access area on Lake Wateree on Friday, Dec. 4. The enhancement makes Molly’s Creek the largest recreation access area in the company’s history.

LAKE WATEREE – Duke Energy cut the ribbon on a new public recreation access area on Lake Wateree on Friday, Dec. 4.  It is the largest recreation access area in the company’s history and one of four planned for the Fairfield side of the Lake.

These improvements are part of ongoing efforts to ensure quality recreation access areas are available for public use on Duke Energy-managed lakes. These investments are a result of commitments made by Duke Energy, Fairfield County and 69 other stakeholders in the Comprehensive Re-licensing Agreement signed in 2006 and required by the company’s hydroelectric operating license the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued in 2015.

The Molly Creek Access Area is located at 604 Island Road in Fairfield.

Photo provided by Duke Energy

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