Greater Columbia, Chapin, Irmo, Lexington and Lake Murray.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Another Lake Murray update

Lake Murray is one of the nicest and most popular lakes in the Southeast.
It IS South Carolina's most popular lake. When completed in 1930 , Lake Murray was the largest power reservoir and Dreher Shoals Dam the largest earthen dam in the world. For more Lake Murray information, check out my Lake Murray website at: (check lake levels, weather, fishing license information, order a Lake Murray poster suitable for framing)

Upcoming Lake Murray events:
  • March 20th - Taste of Lake Murray - call NOW for tickets
  • July 5th - July 4th Fireworks Spectacular on the lake
  • August 14-17 - Forrest Wood Cup - the biggest prize money ($1 million to the winner) fishing tournament in the world will be at Lake Murray
The Lake Murray water level is now at the near "full" mark. Today the water level is 357.7. The normal late spring and summer water level is approximately 358 feet above sea level. Check the water level, get weather reports and more from my Lake Murray website. Now is a great time to plan a Lake Murray guided fishing trip. Contact Captain Buddy at Sunrise Fishing Service. Visit his website or call 319-8722 and tell Captain Buddy that Mel Coker sent you over.

Want to live in a community with Lake Murray acccess? I currently have 3 beautiful homes for sale on the North side of Lake Murray with lake access. One is a home in Wexford on the Lake with a community boat ramp (near Irmo). I also have TWO new homes for sale in Night Harbor subdivision (near Chapin). Both of these all brick homes have a boat slip already paid for by the Builder in the community marina. Check out my website for more details and cool virtual tours. Contact Mel Coker to buy or sell ANY Columbia area real estate.

1 comment:


Through google I found your site and probably around September I will be PCSing to Fort Jackson. We are looking to rent for now, my wife has been scouting out in Lexington. Thanks for the all the information you've put out about the Columbia area.
Tristan Ruark