5 Great Hikes Near Greenville

Nestled comfortably in the Carolina foothills, Greenville is surrounded by breathtaking views of natural beauty in the area. Ranging from all levels of difficulty, these five hikes are sure to reestablish your wondrous sense of nature, all right in your backyard.  Bald Rock Considered to be the easiest hike to make the list, Bald Rock… Continue reading 5 Great Hikes Near Greenville

Spend Your Afternoon At Falls Park On The Reedy

Conceptualized in the mid-1980s, the Carolina Foothills Garden Club began their work on a master plan to revamp the beauty of Falls Park as well as to provide a safe gathering spot for individuals and groups. This dream finally came to fruition in 2003 after the Camperdown Bridge was removed from the area in 2002.… Continue reading Spend Your Afternoon At Falls Park On The Reedy

Willow Creek Golf Club

If golf is your game, you’re in a prime location here in South Carolina. You don’t have to travel far for a great experience, as the Willow Creek Golf Club offers gorgeous fairways and PGA expert leadership to golfers right here in Greer! The Course Designed by accomplished golf course architect Tom Jackson, the Willow… Continue reading Willow Creek Golf Club

Explore Paris Mountain State Park

Rising high over the South Carolina landscape, Paris Mountain State Park is a natural wonder. A mountain without a range, the unique geographic formation is home to a diverse community of wildlife, as well as gorgeous views and shimmering waters. If you’re eager to get out to explore the great outdoors, the park offers a… Continue reading Explore Paris Mountain State Park

Check Out Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail

If you love the outdoors, you must hit this really amazing trail that has its own interactive map in Greenville County, South Carolina. Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail spans 19.5 miles and links the cities of Travelers Rest and Greenville via a former railroad corridor. Opened in 2009, the Greenville Swamp Rabbit Trail has… Continue reading Check Out Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail

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