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Thank you for your interest in revolutionary Spartanburg County! We hope that this guide gives you a glimpse of the many things that make Spartanburg such a wonderful place. Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains, Spartanburg County is conveniently located between Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC and less than an hour from Asheville, NC. Spartanburg will keep you busy. You can enjoy learning about our rich history, from our Revolutionary War sites to our textile and agricultural heritage. Our arts and cultural scene is thriving, and we have a bountiful offering of outdoor recreation from hiking trails to sports fields to cycling routes. Spartanburg County grows some of the best peaches in the country and boasts several farmers’ markets that supply fresh, locally-grown vegetables and fruits almost year-round. Small businesses and global firms call Spartanburg home and offer our visitors opportunities to take a piece of Spartanburg home with them. Spartanburg County is made up of 14 municipalities, each with its own distinctive experiences and special offerings that you will want to discover. As you explore the region, you’ll be amazed at our stunning scenic views and hometown charm. Our residents know Spartanburg is a special place to call home and share with our guests. We’ve even let some of our locals offer suggestions and give you insider tips throughout this guide. It’s time for you to come and see what makes us revolutionary. Enjoy your visit!

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The ultimate roadside attraction. Behind the performance of every BMW vehicle is a passion for precision, quality and innovation. That’s why there’s nothing like experiencing BMW engineering from the inside out. Witness the past, present and future of the Ultimate Driving Machine inside The Zentrum, BMW’s Visitor’s Center, then tour behind the scenes of our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, the exclusive home of the X3 and X5 Sports Activity Vehicles and the X6 Sports Activity Coupe. The Zentrum, BMW Visitor’s Center For tour reservations and hours of operation, call 1.888.TOURBMW


Know Before You Go ............................................................ 12 Municipalities of Spartanburg County ........................ 18 Local Learning ......................................................................... 24 Seasonal Events ...................................................................... 32  Arts & Culture .................................................................... 38  History & Heritage ........................................................... 44  Recreation ........................................................................... 56  Agri-Tourism ....................................................................... 66  Made In Spartanburg ..................................................... 72  Shopping .............................................................................. 82  Food & Beverage ............................................................. 96  Accommodations ............................................................ 120


Experience Counts • First in the South to perform robotic, endoscopic, beating-heart surgery • One of the first sites in the nation chosen for the NCI Community Cancer Centers Program • South Carolina’s first two-time recipient of the prestigious Magnet® award for nursing excellence • South Carolina’s first nationally accredited Chest Pain Center • First in the state to use TomoTherapy® radiation therapy • Fully accredited Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit • Most comprehensive and experienced da Vinci® robotic surgical program in the state • Named a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, with more than 1,200 surgeries performed • Affiliated with the MD Anderson Physicians Network® • First certified Primary Stroke Center in South Carolina

101 East Wood Street | Spartanburg, SC 29303 864-560-6000 spartanburgregional.com MKTG82K

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With low fares, on-site car rentals and quick access to the Upstate, flying into GSP International Airport makes travel a breeze.

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How far is it? Asheville, NC ........................... 70 mi Atlanta, GA ..............................173 mi Birmingham, AL ....................319 mi Charleston, SC ..................... 203 mi Charleston, WV ................... 334 mi Charlotte, NC .......................... 77 mi Columbia, SC ........................... 93 mi Columbus, OH ...................... 495 mi Greenville, SC .........................30 mi Indianapolis, IN ................... 530 mi Lexington, KY .......................342 mi Miami, FL .................................722 mi Montgomery, AL ..................333 mi Nashville, TN......................... 354 mi New York, NY .........................712 mi Orlando, FL .............................518 mi Philadelphia, PA .................606 mi Raleigh, NC ............................227 mi Richmond, VA .......................365 mi Savannah, GA ....................... 246 mi Tallahassee, FL .................... 403 mi Washington, D.C. ............... 470 mi

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Local Airport

24-HR Pharmacies

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) 864-877-7426 gspairport.com PASSENGER AIRLINES: Allegiant, American Eagle, Delta, Southwest, United Express, and US Airways

Walgreens 2410 Reidville Rd Spartanburg, SC 29301 864-587-9486 CVS 2397 Reidville Rd Spartanburg, SC 29301 864-576-9268


Hospitals Mary Black Health System 1700 Skylyn Dr Spartanburg, SC 29307 864-573-3000 maryblackhealthsystem.com

Spartanburg CVB Satellite Visitor Center / Carolina Foothills Artisan Center 124 W Cherokee St Chesnee, SC 29323 864-461-3051 cfac.us

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System 101 E Wood St Spartanburg, SC 29303 864-560-6000 spartanburgregional.com

Spartanburg CVB Satellite Visitor Center / Landrum Thrift Barn 1810 Hwy 14 East Landrum, SC 29356 864-457-7348

Helpful Contacts

Discover Upcountry 500 E North St #E Greenville, SC 29601 800-849-4766 upcountrysc.com

Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce 105 N Pine St Spartanburg, SC 29302 864-594-5000 spartanburgchamber.com Greater Inman Area Chamber of Commerce 864-472-3654 inmanscchamber.org

South Carolina Parks, Recreation, and Tourism 1205 Pendleton St Columbia, SC 29201 866-224-9339 discoversouthcarolina.com

Greer Chamber of Commerce 111 Trade St Greer, SC 29651 864-877-3131 greerchamber.com

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Climate

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Transportation

GSP offers six airlines for easy travel.

Airports Greenville/ Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) 2000 GSP Dr Greer 864-877-7426

Cab Services

Spartanburg Downtown Airport 500 Ammons Rd Spartanburg 864-574-8552

Adamiz Cab Limo & Delivery Service 864-583-5858

Bike Rental

Merry Travelers 864-591-1050

Spartanburg B-cycle Morgan Square 50 S Spring St Spartanburg spartanburg.bcycle.com

Yellow Deluxe Cab Co. 864-587-8690

Spartanburg B-cycle Rail Trail 295 E Henry St Spartanburg spartanburg.bcycle.com

Buslines Greyhound 100 N Liberty St Spartanburg 864-582-5814

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Sparta 100 N Liberty St Spartanburg 864-595-2712

Checker Cab 864-583-2724

Car Rentals Alamo Rent A Car 888-426-3304 Apple Auto Rental & Sales 864-587-0816 Auto Connection 864-578-3275 Avis Rent A Car 800-831-2847


Sparta offers numerous routes for convenience. Budget Car Rental 800-527-0700 Dollar Rent A Car 864-877-7799 Enterprise Rent A Car 800-736-8222 Hertz 800-654-3131 National Car Rental 888-868-6206 Vic Bailey Sales & Rental 864-585-1828

DL Limousine Service 864-877-3151

Trains & Trolley Amtrak 290 Magnolia St Spartanburg 800-872-7245 Main Street Trolley 404 W Rustling Leaves Ln Roebuck 864-574-9876

Charter Services Atchison Charter Services 120 Interstate Pk Spartanburg 864-595-1234 Cross Country Trailways 2460 Whitestone Glendale Rd Spartanburg 864-253-9000 Eastside Transportation 2311 Airport Rd Greer 864-609-5466

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Campobello

Originally named “Campa bella” meaning “beautiful field,” Campobello is still home to beautiful rolling farmland while also providing a picture perfect view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visitors to Campobello can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities and unique restaurants. If you visit during the summer months, be sure to check out the fresh produce of Peach Country.

Central Pacolet

Central Pacolet is the smallest incorporated town within Spartanburg County. The town measures one mile along US Highway 150. Central Pacolet is a town within a town. Located in the center of the larger Pacolet, this small community maintains its own identity. Both towns of Pacolet support a six-mile walking loop creating the first totally walkable community in Spartanburg County.

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Chesnee

The town of Chesnee is located in northeastern Spartanburg County, just minutes away from Cowpens National Battlefield. The Carolina Clinchfield and Ohio (CC&O) Railroad Company decided to build a line there around the turn of the 19th century and citizens began to plan for rapid growth. Home to a thriving artisan center, Chesnee also hosts annual festivals and continues its rich agricultural history with one of the state’s largest pick-your-own farms for local flavor.

Cowpens

Cowpens is Americana at its best! Historical sites abound from the Cowpens National Battlefield to the World War II Veterans Memorial Park and Museum. During the Mighty Moo Festival, crew members of the USS Cowpens CVL 25 who served in WWII are honored Cowpens Depot Museum each year. The festival includes a beauty pageant, golf tournaments, carnival rides, and fireworks. At the Cowpens Depot Museum, guests can learn more about this area’s rich history. Great dining and shopping are also available locally.

Duncan

Located in the western part of Spartanburg County, this area went by the names New Hope and Vernonsville until 1881 when the town was named after Leroy Duncan as part of a deal which included Mr. Duncan’s providing the land to the townspeople for city streets. Duncan is expanding with golf courses, restaurants, and businesses. It’s a favorite location for BMW employees as it is close to Greer and a great mid-way point between Greenville and Spartanburg downtowns.

Greer

One of the state’s fastest-growing cities, Greer offers big-city amenities with a small-town feel. Families and young professionals have discovered the city’s first-rate services, outstanding park facilities, and recreation programs. Downtown Greer, known locally as Greer Station, has become a destination in itself with approximately 12 square blocks of retail, dining, entertainment, and professional service organizations. Greer Station has more than 40 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.

Inman

Inman is a small, enterprising community with a wide selection of places to visit and things to do. The historic storefronts of Inman’s walkable downtown offer numerous shopping and dining options. Fishing and water sports opportunities abound at Lake Bowen. From festivals to outdoor activities, families are sure to find something for everyone in this quaint town.

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Landrum

The City of Landrum was founded in 1880 and incorporated in 1883. Located just west of Interstate 26 between Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Asheville, North Carolina, Landrum is nestled Take the scenic against the backdrop of the route through stunning Blue Ridge Mountains. Landrum. Residents and visitors alike enjoy drives along scenic roads, strolling through unique antique and specialty shops, and dining in Landrum’s eateries.

Lyman

From the scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the serene beauty of Lake Cooley, Lyman is a hidden gem in the upstate of South Carolina. Lyman offers nature at its best. With humble beginnings as a small farming community to a thriving textile hub, Lyman has evolved through the years to become a very progressive town and yet still maintains that small town charm. Lyman boasts the River Place Park located on the Middle Tyger River, a newly opened Farmers’ Market downtown, local artisan shops and fantastic home-style restaurants. There is certainly something for everyone!

Pacolet

Pacolet is located in the southeastern tip of Spartanburg County and encompasses a unique blend of history, culture, and progress. The town’s most valuable natural resource is the Pacolet River, where its heritage really begins. The river and surrounding landscape are moving the community - shaping the town’s future by building upon its past. Specialized tours and festivals provide a glimpse of the past with a venue for the future. “Let Us Move You” is more than Pacolet’s community slogan, it’s an economic development statement including all communities located along the Pacolet River Passage.

Reidville

This small town of 1.4 square miles was settled in the late 1700s by Pennsylvania Irish settlers and Irish citizens who immigrated through the port of Charleston. In 1871, the Reidville Female College became one of the first facilities for higher education for women in the upstate of South Carolina. This and the Reidville Male Academy survived the Civil War when Reverend Reid (whom the town is named after) persuaded troops not to burn the academies. These buildings and numerous others are on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Historic Downtown Spartanburg

Spartanburg

Spartanburg is a city for people who like to get things done. When something doesn’t exist, we make it. When there’s an opportunity, we take it. When there’s fun, we have it. In our historic downtown, you can start the day with a cup of locally roasted coffee and end it next door with a pint of award-winning locally brewed beer. You can literally walk in the footsteps of legendary musicians on the Hub City Music Trail and then duck into one of several art galleries, museums, or the Showroom, a frequent host for musicians that are regulars on stages from Nashville to Austin. This is Spartanburg. Always Doing.

Wellford

Wellford is the oldest town of the Wellford-Duncan-Lyman trio. Fishing in Lake Cooley is a delight, as is relaxing in the nearby park and picnic area. Or pack up your family and head to the Hollywild Animal Park featuring an outback safari ride, feeding areas, and picnic areas for you and your own herd. Be sure to visit during the holidays for the awardwinning Holiday Lights Safari Benefit.

Woodruff

Most of the early settlers came to Woodruff from Virginia and North Carolina. They were primarily veterans of the Revolution and their families. Visitors interested in life during these times may explore the Thomas Price House. Built in 1795, The Price House is now a house museum with an authentic slave cabin. Foodies will delight in the special restaurants in the area.

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Spartanburg boasts numerous educational opportunities.

K-12 Schools Spartanburg County offers many educational opportunities for K-12 grades, including seven public school districts as well as several private, charter, and religious schools. To learn more about the educational choices, visit sc.gov/education.

South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind 355 Cedar Springs Rd Spartanburg 864-585-7711 scsdb.org Serves individuals who are deaf, blind or sensory multidisabled, their families, and the professionals who work with them. The school’s services reach every South Carolina county through programs on the main Spartanburg campus and outreach services in school districts, homes and agencies across the state.

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The National Beta Club betaclub.org Since the first Beta Club was formed in Landrum, SC in 1934, The National Beta Club has become the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. It is committed to recognizing and promoting high academic achievement, encouraging service to others, and developing character and leadership skills. There are now more than 440,000 active members and more than 8,500 clubs nationally and internationally.


Commited to Improving Healthcare in the Carolinas

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he Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) is focused on providing medically underserved communities with greater access to health care by filling the gaps of physician shortage in our society.

VCOM’s real-world approach better serves our country and positions graduates toward a successful career in today’s healthcare system. This approach involves recruiting students from rural and medically underserved areas, training students in small communities, and returning physicians to areas with the greatest need.

VCOM FACTS The Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) – Carolinas Campus: ■ Is a four-year osteopathic medical school offering the degree of D.O. ■ Is a collaborative partner with Wofford College and Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. ■ Is fully accredited by the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) of the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).

VCOM serves as an advocate for osteopathic medicine, for rural health and for affordable and accessible healthcare for the medically underserved. 350 Howard Street Spartanburg, SC 29303 864-327-9800

www.vcom.edu ©2012 Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine. All rights reserved.

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College Town Spartanburg is truly a “College Town,” boasting eight institutions of higher learning that provide opportunities for students interested in a variety of paths. With more than 16,000 students matriculating in Spartanburg County each year, the College Town atmosphere is enhanced each fall as they return to classes. The colleges and the community collaborate on social and academic programming that enhances the quality of the college experience for students and faculty while showcasing the strengths of these institutions within the broader community.

Converse College Enrollment: 1,938 580 E Main St Spartanburg 864-596-9000 converse.edu

Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine – Carolinas Campus Enrollment: 320 (Projected: 600 students when at full enrollment) 350 Howard St Spartanburg 864-327-9800 vcom.vt.edu

Sherman College of Chiropractic Enrollment: 200 2020 Springfield Rd Spartanburg 864-578-8770 sherman.edu

Spartanburg Community College Enrollment: 5,900 800 Brisack Rd Spartanburg 864-592-4800 sccsc.edu

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Spartanburg Methodist College Enrollment: 790 1000 Powell Mill Rd Spartanburg 864-587-4252 smcsc.edu

University of South Carolina Upstate Enrollment: 5,500 800 University Way Spartanburg 864-503-5000 uscupstate.edu

Virginia College Enrollment: 432 1850 Warren H Abernathy Hwy Spartanburg 864-504-3200 vc.edu

Wofford College Enrollment: 1,550 429 N Church St Spartanburg 864-597-4000 wofford.edu


Headquarters Library

Middle Tyger Library

151 S Church St Spartanburg 864-596-3500

170 Groce Rd Lyman 864-439-4759

Boiling Springs Library

Pacolet Library

871 Double Bridge Rd Boiling Springs 864-578-3665

390 W Main St Pacolet 864-474-0421

Chesnee Library

Westside Library

100 Pickens Ave Chesnee 864-461-2423

525 Oak Grove Rd Spartanburg 864-574-6815

Cowpens Library

Woodruff Library

181 School St Cowpens 864-463-0430

270 E Hayne St Woodruff 864-476-8770

Inman Library

Bookmobile

50 Mill St Inman 864-472-8363

864-569-3512

Landrum Library

864-596-3514

111 E Asbury Dr Landrum 864-457-2218

More information about the libraries is available at infodepot.org

Homebound

Spartanburg County Library Headquarters

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USC Upstate turns your options into opportunities whether you are just starting college, transferring from technical college, or returning to learn.

www.uscupstate.edu • (864) 503-5000 *Photo by Ken Toney

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Where does tomorrow begin? It begins with opportunity. Since 1957, parents who want to make the most of their children’s education have been turning to SDS for our one-on-one relationships, our world-class programs and our dedicated and experienced teachers. With our 100% graduation rates, our students’ future is limitless. They are well prepared to succeed in an ever changing world, ready for tomorrow, today.

To learn more or schedule a personal tour, call, click or visit. A number of grants and scholarships are available for qualified students.

1701 Skylyn Drive Spartanburg, SC 29307

spartanburgdayschool.org 864-582-7539

facebook.com/SpartanburgDaySchool twitter.com/spartanburgday

youtube.com/SpartanburgDaySchool linkedin.com/company/spartanburg-day-school


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January

April

Morgan’s Victory March Jaunary 19-20 864-474-9504 townofpacolet.com

Music on Main Thursdays April-August 864-596-3613 musiconmain.com

February

Jazz on the Square Fridays in April, May, September and October 864-596-3613 cityofspartanburg.org

RetroFest February 2 864-583-8000 Piedmont.redcross.org/retrofest

Tame the Tyger April 6 864-804-5815 spartanburgparks.org Stone Soup Storytelling Festival April 19-20 864-476-8770 stonesoupsc.com

March Easter Egg Scramble March 30 864-804-5815 spartanburgparks.org

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Art in Bloom April 27 828-859-8322 artinbloom.org


May Downtown Criterium Professional Bike Race May 3 864-598-9638 active-living.org

Mighty Moo June 12-15 864-580-9766 cowpensmightymoo.com

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Spring Fling May 3-5 864-596-3613 Spartanburgspringfling.com Cowpens’ Antiques and Art May 18 864-463-1171 Area artists, craftsmen, and antique dealers offer a variety of items for sale. Enjoy the town’s local shops, galleries, and restaurants all within walking distance.

Panthers Training Camp July-August 864-597-4180 teamspartanburgsc.org The Carolina Panthers Training Camp is held at Wofford College each July through August, allowing fans to get up close and personal with their favorite NFL team. The Panthers have roared into Spartanburg every summer since their inaugural season in 1995, with all practice sessions free and open to the public. Each practice session lasts about two hours. Please be aware that practice times and lengths are subject to change without notice.

Assault on Mt. Mitchell May 20 freewheelers.info/assaults

June Music on Mill Fridays June-August 864-472-6200 cityofinman.org Ignite Inman Car Show June 1 864-472-4270

Red, White and Boom July 4 864-596-3613 cityofspartanburg.org Antique Bikes on Main July 27-28 864-590-2141 antiquebikesonmain.com

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September Greek Festival September 19-22 864-585-5961 stnicholasspartanburg.com This annual festival is held at the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Greek food and pastries, live music and dancing, Greek art and tours of the church make this a fun-filled event.

Festifall October 5-6 864-576-6546 spartanburghistory.org FestiFall is an annual Revolutionary War encampment featuring more than 200 reenactors portraying civilian and military skills from the colonial era. Activities and events for the whole family!

Harvest Day Festival September 28 864-472-3654 inmanscchamber.org

October Spartanburg International Festival October 5 864-596-3613 spartanburginternationalfestival.com Indian Summer Festival October 17-19 864-474-9504 townofpacolet.com

Piedmont Interstate Fair October 7-14 864-582-7042 piedmontinterstatefair.com Spartanburg Ghost Tours October 8-31 864-574-9876 mainstreettrolley.com

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Cowpens’ Antiques and Art October 19 864-463-1171

December Landrum Halloween Stroll October 31 864-457-3000 cityoflandrum.com

Dickens of a Christmas December 3 864-596-3613 cityofspartanburg.org

November

Light Up Inman December 6 864-472-6200 cityofinman.org

Skating On the Square Mid-November - Early January 864-596-3603 skatingonthesquare.com

Hollywild’s Holiday Lights Safari November 23 -January 5 864-472-2038 hollywild.org Drive your own vehicle through nearly 100 acres transformed into a holiday wonderland. Millions of twinkling lights, dazzling holiday themes, a life-sized Nativity, and herds of live animals make this a unique experience.

Twin Living Christmas Trees December 6-8 (tentative) 864-578-0509 twinlivingtrees.com

Pacolet Express Train Ride December 13-14, 16-21 864-474-9504 townofpacolet.com Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas December 21 803-547-0330 shrine-bowl.com

Landrum Christmas Stroll November 28 864-457-3000 cityoflandrum.com

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Visual and performing, indoors and out, classic and contemporary – Spartanburg’s offerings of art and culture are abundant and varied. Home to world-class performance centers, museums, local artist co-ops, and book publishers, our community offers cultural experiences for all!

Chapman Cultural Center hosts productions, art collections, classes, and events throughout the year.

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Theaters & Performing Arts Venues

Museums & Galleries Art Lounge 500 E Main St Spartanburg 864-804-6566 artlounge1.com

Chapman Cultural Center 200 E Saint John St Spartanburg 864-542-2787 chapmanculturalcenter.org

Carolina Foothills Artisans Center 124 W Cherokee St Chesnee 864-461-3050 cfac.us

District 3 Community Auditorium 381 Cherry Hill Rd Spartanburg 864-279-6700 spartanburg3.org

Carolina Gallery 523 W Main St Spartanburg 864-585-3335 carolinagalleryart.com

District 5 Fine Arts Center 150 E Main St Duncan 864-949-2350 spart5.net

Craighall Gallery 1024 Asheville Hwy Inman 864-472-4614 craighallgallery.com

Greer Cultural Arts Center 226 Oakland Ave Greer 864-848-5383 greerculturalarts.com

Creative Hands Artisan Center 107 Spartanburg Hwy Lyman 864-949-9144 creativehandsart.com

Pacolet Opry House 120 RS Burns Dr Pacolet 864-474-2492 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium 385 N Church St Spartanburg 864-582-8107 crowdpleaser.com

Curtis R. Harley Art Gallery (USC Upstate) 800 University Way Spartanburg 864-503-5838 uscupstate.edu

The Showroom Gallery & Performance Hall 149 S Daniel Morgan Ave Spartanburg 864-582-0056 hub-bub.com

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What is the one thing visitors must do while they are in Spartanburg?

Take a stroll downtown and get a real taste of real Southern hospitality. – TREVOR ANDERSON, Business Writer, Spartanburg Herald-Journal


Frame House & Gallery 28 Mill St Inman 864-472-4270 artgallerypictureframe spartanburgsc.com Gallery East 512 E Main St Spartanburg 864-804-6067 thegalleryeast.com Hampton III Gallery 10 Gallery Ctr Greer 864-268-2771 hamptoniiigallery.com HUB-BUB 149 S Daniel Morgan Ave Spartanburg 864-582-0056 hub-bub.com Mary Ellen Suitt Art Gallery (Spartanburg Methodist College) 1000 Powell Mill Rd Spartanburg 864-587-4000 smcsc.edu Milliken Art Gallery (Converse College) 580 E Main St Spartanburg 864-596-9000 converse.edu Sandor Teszler Library Gallery Martha Cloud Chapman Gallery (Wofford College) 429 N Church St Spartanburg 864-597-4000 wofford.edu

Spartanburg Art Museum 200 E Saint John St Spartanburg 864-582-7616 spartanburgartmuseum.org Spartanburg Science Center 200 E Saint John St Spartanburg 864-583-2777 spartanburgsciencecenter.org The Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg 200 E Saint John St Spartanburg 864-764-9568 artistsguildofspartanburg.com TJC Gallery 154 W Main St Spartanburg 864-594-5826 thejohnsonartcollection.org Touchable Art Gallery 355 Cedar Springs Rd Spartanburg 864-577-7863 scsdb.org West Main Artists Co-op 578 W Main St Spartanburg 864-804-6501 westmainartists.org Wet Paint Syndrome 1064 Fernwood Glendale Rd Spartanburg 864-252-7707 wetpaintsyndrome.com Z Art Group 636 Old Whitney Rd Spartanburg 864-583-3008 zartgroup.com

Arts & Culture Trails Spartanburg Music Trail Access: 196 W Main St Spartanburg 864-577-9349 spartanburgmusictrail.com The trail salutes artists and individuals who have made a national or international impact in the world of music.

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What makes Spartanburg interesting?

Friendly people, public art, fountains, and local businesses.

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Trains on the Trail Access: 325 E Henry St; 180 Country Club Rd Spartanburg 864-598-9638 active-living.org/ Trains-on-the-Trail.html This trail consists of five bronze sculptures of trains that were seen in Spartanburg in years past that are hidden at various points along the Mary Black Foundation Trail.

Art Walk Various Spartanburg art galleries Spartanburg 864-585-3335 carolinagalleryart.com Each third Thursday of the month from 5-9pm, visitors may stroll using a self-guided map provided at each gallery. All venues are free and open to the public.

Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium hosts numerous concerts and events each year.

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Visit‌ Art & History Museums Science & Dance Centers Live Music & Theatre All In One Place!

864.542-ARTS 200 E. Saint John St. Spartanburg 29306 Closed Mondays Open Sundays, 1-5 Free Parking Chapman Cultural Center.org


From the Revolutionary War to the rise and reinvention of the textile industry, Spartanburg has been making history since the mid 1700s. Our rich and storied history is a delight for locals and visitors alike. Set aside plenty of time to explore our many museums, historic homes, and heritage festivals!

Relive the early days of transportation at the Hub City Railroad Museum.

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Historic Areas & Districts Spartanburg In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Spartanburg’s rolling landscape has been a meeting place and transportation hub for millennia. Prior to European colonization, Native Americans, primarily Cherokee, inhabited this land. After a 1755 treaty, settlers, especially conflict-hardened Scots-Irish, quickly moved to the cheap, fertile land. By the time of the Revolutionary War, the South Carolina backcountry was an early “Wild West” of opportunistic bandits and Cherokee raiding parties. The patriot cause gained support and local militia units, including the Spartan Regiment for which the county was named, rallied to the fight. Several notable battles occurred in the area, most famously the Battle of Cowpens. After independence was won, Spartanburg County was created and the courthouse village was laid out around a public square in the approximate center of the county. Public sales and farmers markets soon led to permanent taverns and merchants’ shops. Early civic achievements included the creation of schools and the 1859 connection to the railroad which later revolutionized the local economy. As the area survived the Civil War and Reconstruction, leaders capitalized on the area’s tiny but profitable textile industry and by the 1880s, Spartanburg was becoming a national economic engine by attracting workers and money. National events also shaped Spartanburg’s development. In 1917, the U.S. Army established Camp Wadsworth, a training camp for over 100,000 men. For World War II, Camp Croft trained over 200,000 soldiers. Together, these camps secured Spartanburg’s place in national affairs throughout the country. Culturally, Spartanburg was also advancing. With the growth of Wofford and Converse Colleges and the influx of textile money and easy transportation, Spartanburg gained a cosmopolitan air. As decades passed, cultural options flourished in the city, and the arts, especially music, achieved a new place in Spartanburg’s development. Today, the many art and music venues in the city continue that heritage. By the 1980s, the collapse of the textile industry, declining agriculture, and lingering racial tensions left Spartanburg with a struggling economy and an ailing downtown. Over the following decades, a series of efforts began to renew downtown and today a new generation brings life back into the old city. A focus on local businesses, the arts, active living, historic preservation, and a beautiful landscape make downtown a successful urban center once again.

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Hatcher Garden, the only botanical garden in the city. It’s open every day and it’s free. – JOE MULLINAX, Principal at MoreView Media


Converse Heights converseheights.org The Converse Heights neighborhood, located near downtown, was one of Spartanburg’s first suburbs with most of the houses being built between 1905 and 1950. A mix of modest bungalows and grand mansions, the area includes Colonial Revival, Queen Anne, and Craftsman architecture. Most lots are laid out in a dense grid with narrow but deep yards shaded by 100-year old oak and pecan trees. Broad boulevards and avenues with sidewalks throughout and a central pocket park, Happy Hollow, make Converse Heights an active living paradise. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008, Converse Heights real estate has held its value because of the charm of the place and the pride of homeowners in maintaining the intergrity of this fine old family neighborhood. Glendale glendalesc.com Glendale is a historic textile town on the waters of Lawson’s Fork Creek, five miles southeast of downtown Spartanburg. The site of an early iron works, Revolutionary War skirmish, and early textile community, the historical layers here are deep. Recent village revitalization has an outdoor and environmental focus. Additions include the Palmetto Conservation Foundation’s Glendale Outdoor Leadership School (GOLS) and Wofford College’s restoration of the Victorian mill office into the Goodall Environmental Studies Center. The Spartanburg Area Conservancy (SPACE) has made the beautiful acreage along the creek open to the public. The shoals at Glendale also begin a popular paddling trail for eight miles of whitewater to the Town of Pacolet Pacolet & Pacolet Historic Mill District townofpacolet.com With a history that ranges from the prehistoric soapstone quarries that line the river through the vibrant textiles that came from the village mill, the Pacolet community rightfully prides itself on a distinctive heritage. The founders of Pacolet envisioned it as a model community of “cultural, Display at the Pacolet spiritual, recreational, educational and Area Museum employment opportunities.” Within the historic district there are over 250 arts and craft style homes, the largest concentration of this architecture in SC. Recent revitalization efforts continue to enhance this community, despite the loss of the textile industry here. Glenn Springs Historic District Known through the 1800s as a popular summer destination for Low Country South Carolinians, Glenn Springs was once a thriving resort community. Unfortunately, the large hotel that anchored this community was destroyed by fire, but many points of interest survive, including the Glenn Springs Academy, Episcopal and Presbyterian Churches, and the historic homes built by John C. Zimmerman, Charles W. Zimmerman, Dr. Maurice Moore (Cedar Grove), and Dr. John Winsmith (Camp Hill).

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Hampton Heights Neighborhood hamptonheights.org The Hampton Heights Historic District is a significant collection of 340 residences in the central city that retains its historic and architectural integrity from the early twentieth century. Developed between 1890 and 1930, it was the home of many noteworthy Spartanburg citizens including two South Carolina governors. Architectural styles represented in the neighborhood include Queen Anne, Bungalow, Craftsman, Four-Square, and Neo-Classical. Listed on national and local historic registers, the neighborhood has been revitalized by proactive homeowners and a strong neighborhood association. Its close proximity to downtown allows residents to walk or bike to many destinations. Historic Downtown Greer cityofgreer.org The Greer Downtown Historic District is significant for its high concentration of intact early twentieth-century commercial architecture. Established along the Air Line Railroad in the 1870s, Greer has transitioned from a small agricultural marketplace Doctor’s buggy from the 1890s to a manufacturing center positioned in a key area of growth between Greenville and Spartanburg. A new wave of civic pride has also benefited downtown Greer and the city hosts many events and recreational opportunities. Morgan Square, Spartanburg Historic District Spartanburg’s original public square dates from 1787, when this location was designated as the seat of the Spartan District, later Spartanburg County. After the establishment of the first courthouse and jail, businesses and taverns were built in lots bordering the square. Before long, Morgan Square was the thriving commercial and cultural hub of the community. Today’s downtown retains many of the historic features present over a century ago, including the original town clock and the 1881 Daniel Morgan monument from which the square derives its name. Many of the storefronts on the south side of the square date to the 1880’s and the lush public park hosts gatherings throughout the year.

Historic Sites Cowpens Depot 120 Palmetto St, Cowpens | 864-463-3201 mycowpensgov.com/depot The Cowpens railroad depot was built in the 1870s for the Southern Railway. Local citizens saved the depot from destruction and moved it to its current location to serve as a community center and museum. An excellent example of a medium-sized depot from the golden age of American railroads, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. Displayed items include clothing, photos, medals, and personal letters of former USS Cowpens crewmen.

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Several historic re-enactments occur throughout the year in Spartanburg. Cowpens National Battlefield 4001 Chesnee Hwy, Gaffney | 864-431-2828 nps.gov/cowp At Hannah’s Cowpens, on January 17, 1781, a force of Continentals and militia from Virginia, Georgia and the Carolinas commanded by Gen. Daniel Morgan won a decisive Revolutionary War victory over British Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton. It was after this battle that British Gen. Cornwallis abandoned South Carolina to the Patriots and marched north to his eventual surrender at Yorktown, VA. This battle is considered a tactical masterpiece, frequently studied in military academies around the world. Troop movements around the battlefield are easy to understand and well interpreted by park rangers and signage. There are several special events every year, including an anniversary observance featuring re-enactors in January. (The battlefield is located just across the county line in Cherokee County.) Duncan Park Memorial Duncan Park, Union St, Spartanburg | 864-253-0376 This memorial lists the names of more than 600 young men from Spartanburg County who died in service to their country. In addition to the granite tablets of names, the memorial includes an American flag, a Prisoner of War flag, and service flags from the five military services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard). Benches are available for resting and contemplation. An annual memorial service is held on site on Memorial Day Sunday. Musgrove Mill State Historic Site 398 State Park Rd, Clinton | 864-938-0100 southcarolinaparks.com The park’s visitor center is filled with interpretive exhibits which focus on the Battle of Musgrove Mill and detail South Carolina’s pivotal role in the Revolutionary War. The park’s nature trail highlights the Enoree River, Cedar Shoals Creek, and Horseshoe Falls, where legend has it Mary Musgrove, the mill owner’s daughter, hid a Patriot soldier from the British. The park also offers picnicking and a popular fishing pond.

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When is the best time to visit Spartanburg?

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Nazareth Presbyterian Church 680 Nazereth Church Rd, Moore | 864-576-8034 nazarethpresbyterian.org Nazareth Church was established by the “Tyger River Colony” of ScotsIrish immigrants, the first Europeans to settle west of the Broad River after the Cherokee War in 1760. Many of the graves in the cemetery (on the National Register of Historic Places) date from that time. Portions of the present building date from 1832 and visitors will see a nice collection of congregational memorabilia. Pacolet River Flood Sculpture 3061 US 29, Spartanburg Nearly one hundred people died in floodwaters that swept through the Pacolet River valley on the morning of June 6, 1903. The flood wiped out dozens of homes, destroyed four textile mills and heavily damaged two others. Almost all of those who died were mill workers. This small park of remembrance was dedicated to flood victims in November 2011. Price House Bedroom at the Price House 1200 Oak View Farms Rd, Woodruff | 864-576-6546 spartanburghistory.org Thomas & Ann Price built their house around 1795. Price ran a general store, post office, tavern and inn. Enslaved African-Americans performed much of the work for his businesses and labored in the fields of his 2,000-acre farm. Visitors may tour the brick home, a slave cabin, and hike a nature trail to discover how free and enslaved residents changed the Upcountry from a frontier to an antebellum society through improved roads and communications, more nonfarm businesses, and an explosion in cotton farming and slave labor. These residents caused social, economic, and environmental changes that still impact the region today.

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Seay House 106 Darby Rd, Spartanburg | 864-596-3501 spartanburghistory.org Built as early as the 1790s, the Seay House is believed to be the oldest homestead standing in the City of Spartanburg. Interpretation by the Spartanburg County Historical Association focuses on the lives of women in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as three unmarried daughters of Kinsman Seay - Ruthy, Patsy, and Sarah - lived a simple farm life in this house. The oldest portion of this dwelling is a typical Scots-Irish, 1-1/2 story log house. The logs are hand hewn and the pipestem fieldstone chimney is a style commonly found in Virginia but unusual for Upstate South Carolina. Spartanburg Cemeteries: Magnolia Cemetery was established on land donated to the city by Jesse Cleveland in the 1830s. Notables buried in the cemetery include William “Singing Billy” Walker, whose Southern Harmony and Christian Harmony shape-note hymnals sold half a million copies during his lifetime. Among the popular hymns in these books is the traditional Magnolia Cemetery Southern arrangement of “Amazing Grace.” Other graves include those of several high-ranking Confederate soldiers and political leaders, as well as James H. Carlisle, the distinguished president of Wofford College from 1875-1902. The Old City Cemetery, near South Church Street, began with a number of African-American graves displaced by a downtown railroad expansion in 1910. It is maintained as a memorial to the leaders of the AfricanAmerican community in the early years of freedom. Oakwood Cemetery, located on beautiful rolling hills just east of Converse College, began in the late 1800s as a replacement for Magnolia Cemetery. Magnificent landscaping and impressive monuments make this cemetery well worth a leisurely stroll. Spartanburg County Heritage Geotrail spartanburgparks.org/geocaching.htm The Heritage Geotrail is a series of geocaches that takes participants on a historic tour of Spartanburg County. Participants visit locations significant to the heritage of the county. Walnut Grove Plantation 1200 Otts Shoals Rd, Roebuck | 864-576-6546 spartanburghistory.org Charles & Mary Moore established Walnut Grove Plantation when they settled in South Carolina around 1765. The Scots-Irish immigrants raised ten children in the house they built and lived in for 40 years. Mr. Moore relied on a dozen enslaved African Americans and his own large family to work his sizable farm. During the American Revolution, the Moore family, including eldest daughter Kate Moore Barry, actively supported the Patriot cause and the militia mustered at Walnut Grove. Loyalist William “Bloody Bill” Cunningham killed 3 Patriot soldiers sheltered at the plantation. A historic site operated by the Spartanburg County Historical Association and offering tours of the centuries-old home, Walnut Grove Plantation tells the stories of the free and enslaved people who settled South Carolina and the rest of Britain’s American colonies, who fought for independence, and who, in the end, built a new nation.

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Veterans Memorial Park in Cowpens Veterans Memorial Park 120 Palmetto St, Cowpens | 864-463-3201 mycowpensgov.com/cvp The Cowpens Veterans Memorial Park honors the military men and women who have served our country and signifies our appreciation for their patriotic service. The park is maintained by the Town of Cowpens and is open to the public year round. The stones in the monument are inscribed with the names of area citizens who have served in the armed forces and reserves.

Libraries Spartanburg County Public Library - The Kennedy Room 151 S Church St, Spartanburg | 864-596-3508 infodepot.org The Kennedy Room of Local and South Carolina History and Cleveland Genealogy Department houses an extensive collection of source material for genealogy and history researchers. In addition to books, the collection includes microform, maps, media clippings, manuscripts, visual arts and access to several online genealogy databases. Timrod Library 234 E Hayne St, Woodruff | 864-476-8154 The Timrod Library serves as a reception center for the Stone Soup Storytelling Festival.

Museums American Legion Post 28 Military Museum 94 W Park Dr, Spartanburg | 864-253-0376 This Museum consists of a collection of military artifacts from WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam to the present. The collection includes weapons, uniforms from various local units and people, captured enemy equipment, military awards and decorations, scale model military aircraft, and over 25 military aviation and history prints and paintings by the internationally-known artist Robert W. Wilson.

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Greer Heritage Museum 106 S. Main St, Greer | 864-877-3377 cityofgreer.org The Greer Heritage Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits materials, records, and artifacts that relate to the heritage and history of the area. The City of Greer will be working with The Greer Heritage Museum to provide a thorough and interactive history section on the City of Greer. It will include not only a look at Greer’s treasured past, but also news about exhibits and events taking place at the museum. Hub City Railroad Museum 298 Magnolia St, Spartanburg | 864-596-3501 hubcityrailroadmuseum.org This museum tells the story of the rich textile heritage, tremendous agricultural industry, and the sole freight passenger car repair shop, Hayne Shops, of Southern Railway located here in Spartanburg. Also featured is a restored Southern Railway caboose built at Hayne Shops in 1947. Pacolet Area Museum 180 Montgomery Ave, Pacolet | 864-474-9504 townofpacolet.com The Museum reveals the story of Pacolet, beginning with natural resources (Pacolet River, Granite Quarry and Urban Forest) then expanding to the cultural heritage of the Cherokee and Catawba Indian presence, early settlers, the American Revolution, the textile industry and historic district. Spartanburg Regional History Museum 200 E Saint John St, Spartanburg | 864-596-3501 spartanburghistory.org Experience the History Museum and discover Spartanburg’s rich heritage. History comes alive from the earliest tribal settlers to the progressive community of today. The Museum has eleven collections in its permanent exhibitions that illustrate local history. The Museum also provides regular rotating exhibits, so there’s always something new to discover. Downtown Historic Walking Tours are available by reservation.

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• An operating telegraph station • A 1940s diesel locomotive bell • Gift shop

Location: 298 Magnolia Street in downtown Spartanburg, SC 29306 in the Spartanburg AMTRAK Depot There is no admission charge. Donations are welcomed and appreciated.

Hours: March 15 through November 15 Wednesdays 10 am - 2 pm Saturdays 8 am - 2 pm November 16 through March 14 Wednesdays 10 am - 2 pm Saturdays 10 am - 3 pm hubcityrailroadmuseum.org


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Looking to get out and about? In Spartanburg you can take a hike, ride a bike, fish, go horseback riding, or walk a nature trail. Spend a day at the water park or take a BMW for a spin. If you prefer to be a spectator, catch a softball tournament or get an even better view than the 50-yard line at an NFL summer practice. There’s always something to do!

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Spartanburg B-cycle Morgan Square; Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail Spartanburg spartanburg.bcycle.com

Paradise Lanes 469 E Blackstock Rd Spartanburg 864-576-0066 Star Lanes 2595 E Main St Spartanburg 864-579-4208 starlanes.net

Carolina Panthers Training Camp 429 N Church St Spartanburg 864-597-4180 teamspartanburgsc.org

Disc Golf Edwin M. Griffin Nature Preserve 1091 Woodburn Rd Spartanburg 864-948-0000 spartanburgconservation.org

Glendale Outdoor Leadership School (GOLS) 270 Wheeling Cir Glendale 864-529-0259 setgols.com

Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park 591 McMillan Blvd Boiling Springs 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org

Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve 820 John B White Sr Blvd Spartanburg 864-574-7724 hatchergarden.org

Wofford College 429 N Church St Spartanburg 864-597-4000 wofford.edu

Hollywild Animal Park 2325 Hampton Rd Wellford 864-472-2038 hollywild.org

Fishing, Lakes & R ivers

River Bend Sportsman’s Resort 1000 Wilkie Bridge Rd Inman 864-592-1348 rvbend.com

Berry’s Pond 404 Berry Shoals Rd Duncan 864-468-0058

Shipwreck Cove 119 S Spencer St Duncan 864-949-0290 shipwreckcovesc.com

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Lake Bowen and Lake Blalock are full of trophy fish. – TREVOR ANDERSON, Business Writer, Spartanburg HeraldJournal

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Lake Blalock 1925 Sandy Ford Rd Chesnee 864-578-5442 spartanburgwater.org Lake Bowen 8515 Hwy 9 Inman 864-592-2240 spartanburgwater.org Lake Cooley 100 Cooley Dock Rd Inman 864-949-1002 sjwd.com Lake Craig 450 Croft State Park Rd Spartanburg 864-585-1283 southcarolinaparks.com Lake Edwin Johnson 450 Croft State Park Rd Spartanburg 864-427-5140 dnr.sc.gov Lake Lyman 200 Lyman Lodge Rd Lyman 864-879-0804 sjwd.com Lawson’s Fork Creek

Pacolet Reservoir Pacolet 864-427-5140 dnr.sc.gov Tyger 10 Park 3100 Walnut Grove Rod Roebuck tygerriver.org

Golf Greer Golf and Country Club 2299 Gap Creek Rd Greer 864-877-9279 greercountryclub.com Heddle Hideaway Country Club 5451 S Pine St Spartanburg 864-582-7579 oakridgesc.com Links of Tryon 11250 New Cut Rd Campobello 864-468-5099 linksotryongc.com Mountain View Par Three Golf 1275 Turpin Rd Inman 864-472-0652 River Falls Plantation 100 Player Blvd Duncan 864-433-9192 riverfallsgolf.com The Creek Golf Club 640 Keltner Ave Spartanburg 864-583-7084 thecreekgolfclub.com

Lawson’s Fork Creek Glendale Rd to Goldmine Rd Spartanburg 864-427-5140 riverfacts.com Municipal Reservior #1 390 Spartanburg Water Works Rd Spartanburg 864-583-7361 spartanburgwater.org

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Village Greens 13921 Asheville Hwy Inman 864-472-2411 villagegreens.net Willow Creek Golf Club 205 Sandy Run Dr Greer 864-476-6492 willow-creekgolf.com


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Woodfin Ridge Golf Club 215 S Woodfin Ridge Dr Inman 864-578-0023 woodfinridge.com

Sunshine Ranch 1313 Old Pacolet Rd Spartanburg 864-706-4464 thesunshineranch.com

Horseback Lessons & R iding

Parks Barnet Park 248 E Saint John St Spartanburg 864-596-1211 cityofspartanburg.org Brookwood Park Hwy 14 Landrum 864-457-3000 cityoflandrum.com

Cannon Equine Instruction 517 Getsinger Ln Moore 864-415-2770 cannonequineinstruction.com Motlow Creek Equestrian Center 10035 New Cut Rd Campobello 864-621-6923 motlowcreekequestrian.com Scotsgrove Stables 851 Grand Canyon Rd Inman 864-877-9392 scotsgrovestables.com

Cleveland Park 141 N Cleveland Park Dr Spartanburg 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org Croft State Park 450 Croft State Park Rd Spartanburg 864-585-1283 southcarolinaparks.com

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Four-legged friends love the Rail Tail Dog Park.

Duncan Park 1000 Duncan Park Dr Spartanburg 864-596-3105 cityofspartanburg.org

McKinney Park 200 Hayne St Woodruff 864-476-8154 cityofwoodruff.org

Edward C Stewart Park 500 Highland Ave Spartanburg 864-596-3105 cityofspartanburg.org

Rail Tail Dog Park 845 Union St Spartanburg 864-596-3105

Lake Blalock Park 1925 Sandy Ford Rd Chesnee 864-578-5442 spartanburgwater.org Lake Bowen Park 8515 Hwy 9 Inman 864-592-2240 spartanburgwater.org

Stoneledge Park 119 S Spencer St Duncan 864-439-2664 Va-Du-Mar McMillan Park 591 McMillan Blvd Boiling Springs 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org

Preserves & Arboretums Edwin M. Griffin Nature Preserve 1091 Woodburn Rd Spartanburg 864-948-0000 spartanburgconservation.org Glendale Shoals Preserve 123 Emma Cudd Rd Glendale 864-948-0000 spartanburgconservation.org

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Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve 820 John B White Sr Blvd Spartanburg 864-574-774 hatchergarden.org Milliken Arboretum 920 Milliken Rd Spartanburg 864-503-2020 milliken.toursphere.com/ pages/index.html Pacolet River Heritage Trust Preserve Take I-85 to exit #72 and go south E on US #176 Pacolet 803-734-3866 spartanburgconservation.org Peters Creek Heritage Trust Preserve Kelly St Spartanburg 864-948-0000 spartanburgconservation.org

Roger Milliken Arboretum/ Wofford College 429 N Church St Spartanburg 864-597-4000 wofford.edu Spartanburg Community College Arboretum 800 Brisack Rd Spartanburg 864-592-4271 sccsc.edu/academics/ programs/hort/arboretum.aspx


Santee Cooper Public Dove Field Hatchett Dr off Goldmine Rd Pacolet 864-427-5140 James O. Thomason Firing Range Fosters Mill Rd Pauline 864-982-3994

Susan Jacobs Arboretum/ USC Upstate 800 University Way Spartanburg 864-503-5235 Upper Chinquapin Greenway 0 Graham Rd Spartanburg 864-948-0000 spartanburgconservation.org

Public Hunting Inman Public Dove Field Off of New Cut Rd Inman 864-592-1348 spartanburgparks.org

Test your skill at a local firing range.

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Spartanburg Gun Club 180 Fretwell Rd Pacolet 864-474-2628 spartanburggunclub.com

Recreation Centers C.C. Woodson Recreation Center 210 Bomar Ave Spartanburg 864-596-3710 cityofspartanburg.org North West Recreation Center 701 Saxon Ave Spartanburg 864-596-3946 cityofspartanburg.org


Tyger River Park hosts numerous tournaments each year.

R ock Climbing Climb Upstate 208 E Daniel Morgan Ave Spartanburg 864-699-9967 climbupstate.com

Glendale Outdoor Leadership School (GOLS) 270 Wheeling Cir Glendale 864-529-0259 setgols.com

Skate Park Hot Spot Skate Park 339 Union St Spartanburg 864-562-4463 hotspotskatepark.com

Sport Complexes 295 Sports Complex 2100 Southport Rd Spartanburg 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org Carolina FC Soccer Complex 150 Finch Rd Wellford 864-357-1975 carolinafc.net North Spartanburg Complex 1160 Old Furnace Rd Boiling Springs 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org

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Old Canaan Rd Complex 315 Old Canaan Rd Ext Spartanburg 864-595-5356 spartanburgparks.org Tyger River Park 179 Dillard Rd Duncan 864-804-5814 tygerriverpark.org

Yoga Soul Flow Yoga Studio 2811 Reidville Rd Spartanburg 864-609-7689 soulflowyogi.com YOGAlicious 147 E Main St Spartanburg 864-515-0855 yoga-licious.com

Swimming

Zen Garden Yoga 1040 Fernwood Glendale Rd #58 Spartanburg 864-583-3335 zengardenyoga.com

Shipwreck Cove 119 S Spencer St Duncan 864-949-0290 shipwreckcovesc.com Spartanburg Swim Center 447 S Church St Spartanburg 864-596-3900 cityofspartanburg.org

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With over 25 farms, we know all about growing and harvesting real food. Grass-fed, organic, free-range, and heirloom goodies abound at farmers’ markets throughout the county. Take a tour of one of our local farms – our farmers love to share their knowledge and produce!

Produce being weighed at an area farmers market.


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What should visitors be sure not leave Spartanburg without?

Peaches or peach preserves from our local farmers.

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Farmers’ Markets Cowpens Farmers’ Market 864-463-3201 mycowpensgov.com TBD Hub City Farmers’ Market 864-585-0905 hubcityfm.com Saturday Market 298 Magnolia St | Spartanburg 8am-noon May-November Wednesday Market Morgan Square | Spartanburg 11am-1pm June-October Landrum Farmers’ Market N Trade St Landrum (near Depot) 864-457-3000 cityoflandrum.com June-September Saturdays: 7-10am

Thicketty Mountain Farm 2040 Battleground Rd Cowpens 864-906-8668 thickettymountainfarms.com

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WELCOME TO STRAWBERRY HILL USA! OUR FAMILY HAS PROUDLY FARMED THIS LAND FOR THREE GENERATIONS. NOW WE’RE PROUD TO SAY FOLKS COME FROM FAR AND WIDE FOR A TASTE OF OUR DOWN-HOME GOODNESS.


Over 60 international companies make their product right here in Spartanburg County, and our hometown enterprises include coffee roasters, beer brewers, bakers, candy makers, and book publishers. Take home a few souvenirs from your visit!

Locally-brewed beers on tap


Hometown Enterprises Adidas America, Inc. Distribution Center 670 Falling Creek Rd Spartanburg 864-587-0700 adidas.com Spartanburg is home to the largest Adidas Distribution center in the world! ADO 851 Simuel Rd Spartanburg 864-574-2731 ado-usa.com ADO Corporation is an Americanbased distributor of fine drapery fabrics and window coverings. Beacon Drive-In 255 John B White Sr Blvd Spartanburg 864-585-9387 beacondrivein.com The Beacon Drive-In is a famous Southern landmark and home of the world-famous Beacon Iced Tea.

BMWs are made and testdriven in Spartanburg. BMW Manufacturing Co. 1400 Hwy 101 South Greer 864-989-5297 bmwusfactory.com BMW’s Plant Spartanburg is the only manufacturing facility in the world where you can see the inner workings of an automobile plant. See all the technology and skill that goes into producing the X3, X4, X5, and X6 models.

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Blue Moon Sauces 210 Fernwood Dr Spartanburg 864-266-2808 bluemoonsauces.com Blue Moon Sauces offers sauces, marinades and seasonings for food. Sold at Hub City Farmers Market, Belue Farms, and Inside Irwins.

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Where is your favorite spot for local flavor?

RJ R ockers Brewery – JOHN BAUKNIGHT, President of Longleaf Holdings


Products by Greenleaf Gifts, a division of Grace Management Group, are made locally.

BMW Performance Center 1155 Hwy 101 South Greer 888-345-4269 bmwusa.com/performancecenter Here you will have the opportunity to take the wheel and put your skills to the test. A two-hour adrenaline rush you will never forget!

Dare Foods 3750 N Blackstock Rd Spartanburg 864-574-3273 usa.darefoods.com Delicious crackers and cookies made right here in Spartanburg!

Caroline’s Cakes 925 Beaumont Ave Spartanburg 888-801-CAKE carolinescakes.com Featured on the Today Show and the Food Network, Caroline’s Cakes are to-die-for. The most popular cake is the caramel cake, a Southern favorite, which features seven layers of moist yellow cake and homemade caramel icing. Daisy Cakes 308 Blackstock Rd Pauline 864-595-7440 ilovedaisycakes.com After being featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, Daisy Cakes have become popular delicacies nationwide. Each cake is made with hand-sifted flour, farm fresh eggs, and hand iced with sweet cream frosting. Taste for yourself to see why these cakes have become so popular.

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Dottie’s Toffee PO Box 687 Spartanburg 864-680-5091 dottiestoffee.com Dottie’s Toffee is almond chocolate toffee made from a family receipe. Orders may be placed online and toffee found for purchase at many local Spartanburg stores.


Where is the best place for a Spartanburg keepsake or souvenir?

The Hub City Bookshopgreat books by local authors.

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Fancy Terry 455 Senn Rd Inman 864-472-7965 fancyterryinc.com Fancy Terry specializes in custom jacquard woven terry towels available in golf/sport, bath and beach.

Hub City Bookshop

Grace Management Group 951 S Pine St, Suite 100 Spartanburg 864-515-9515 gracemg.com Grace Management Group is the parent company of four different candle and home fragrance divisions: Votivo, Bridgewater Candles, Greenleaf Gifts, and The Willowbrook Company.

Hub City Writers Project 149 S Daniel Morgan Ave, Ste 2 Spartanburg 864-577-9349 hubcity.org The project has published more than 300 writers, runs an indie bookshop downtown, and has given away more than $15,000 in scholarships to emerging writers. It has sold some 70,000 books, provided creative writing instruction to hundreds in the Carolinas and beyond, and hosted lively book launch events.

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Fresh roasted coffee beans Little River Roasting 460 Marion Ave Spartanburg 864-582-7900 littleriverroasting.com Little River buys coffee beans from farmers all over the world, and daily roasts ensure the freshest flavor.

McGregor’s Pimento Cheese 147 S Pine St Spartanburg 864-585-3228 McGregor’s Pimento cheese is made fresh and is available at Home and Garden Classics in two flavors regular and hot.


Milliken & Co. 920 Milliken Rd Spartanburg 864-503-2020 milliken.com Headquartered in Spartanburg, Milliken is an innovation company that produces specialty chemical, floor covering, and performance materials. Prym Sewing Supplies 950 Brisack Rd Spartanburg 864-576-5050 dritz.com Prym Consumer USA is the largest manufacturer and distributor of sewing, quilting, and craft-related notions in North America.

RJ Rockers Brewing Company 226-A W Main St Spartanbug 864-585-BEER rjrockers.com RJ Rockers is Spartanburg’s first brewery offering six bottled beer varieties and several seasonals including its award-winning Son of a Peach Wheat Ale. Each Thursday from 5-7pm, Rockers offers a Tour & Tasting. The cost is $5 and includes the tour, tastings, and a RJ Rockers pint glass! Sugah Cakes 147 S Pine St Spartanburg 864-585-3228 sugahcakes.com Sugah Cakes are boxed mixes for cakes, cupcakes and cookies that are available at Home and Garden Classics.

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200 Commerce St., P.O. Box 251, Spartanburg, SC 29304

Customer Services - (864) 582-6375 New Connections - (864) 583-7361

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Spartanburg Isn’t Fun ...said no one. Sure, there is probably somebody out there who wouldn’t enjoy live music at city venues nearly every night, offerings from a visual and performance arts community nourished by the $40 million Chapman Cultural Center, two liberal arts colleges, a number of thriving arts organizations, fabulous neighborhood parks and trails, outdoor festivals and events year-round, two of the Southeast’s best cycling events each spring or a chance to get face to face with pro football stars every summer. Yes, there probably is somebody out there who wouldn’t enjoy any of those things – but what fun is that?

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Regardless of what part of the county you’re visiting, you’ll find plenty of options for shopping. Spartanburg has everything from antiques to the latest designer fashions, and from children’s specialties to sportscentric. Spend a few hours perusing local boutiques in any of our downtown areas, or swing by the mall to visit your favorite retail chains.

Prices’ offers a fine selection of menswear.


Name

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Area

Phone

A N TIQUE S Accents on Main

114 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-3454

Architechtural Warehouse

110 N Trade St

Landrum

864-457-2199

Alan Christopher Antiques

155 E Broad St, Ste 3

B&B Antiques

5369 N Main St

Cowpens

864-590-4681

Carolina Antiques and More

108 E Eutherford St

Landrum

864-457-4444

Crescent Moon

118 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-5004

Eclectics Antiques

601 W Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2314

Eight Gates

5341 N Main St

Cowpens

864-406-0306

Fox Hollow Antiques

112 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-3891

Inman Antique Mall

3 Blackstock Rd

Inman

864-472-5732

John G. Morton Antiques

160 E Broad St

Spartanburg

864-583-0427

Landrum Antique Mall

221 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-4000

Lillie's Accessories & Antiques

5351 N Main St

Cowpens

864-463-6415

Market Antiques

110 Thrift Cicle

Landrum

864-423-3385

Memory Lane

110 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2190

Shades Of Past Antique Mall

900 S Pine St

Spartanburg

864-585-1172

Spartan Collectibles

209 Floyd Rd

Spartanburg

864-541-8881

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What is your favorite Spartanburg event?

The Downtown Criterium Cycling race each May. – CATE RYBA, Media and Communications Officer at Mary Black Foundation


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Address

Area

Phone

The Picket Fence

5336 N Main St

Cowpens

864-435-7387

The Violet Box

5353 N Main St

Cowpens

864-580-8239

Treasures Old & New

116 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2495

Vintage on Main

5310 S Main St

Cowpens

864-463-1171

Hub City Bookshop

186 W Main St

Spartanburg

864-577-9349

Pages On Pine

2355 S Pine St

Spartanburg

864-585-0111

Trading Pages

38 Groce Rd

Lyman

864-249-0675

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C H ILDR E N’S TOYS A N D C L O TH ING Children's Closet

516 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-5775

Gumpy's Farm

19 Mill St

Inman

864-472-8099

Honey Child

120 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2428

Imagination Station

180 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-573-8800

Kid 2 Kidz Closet

2528 Boiling Springs Rd # A

Spartanburg

864-578-0019

Petite Armoire

156 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-3222

Show Offs

2932 Reidville Rd # E

Spartanburg

864-574-1761

Tickled Pink

1398 Boiling Springs Rd # C

Spartanburg

864-578-0705

Find unique children’s toys at Imagination Station.

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Address

Area

Phone

C L O TH ING A Boutique

1398 Boiling Springs Rd # G

Spartanburg

864-599-5000

Almost Pink

351 E Henry St # E

Spartanburg

864-583-2026

Baehr Feet

401 E Kennedy St # A3

Spartanburg

864-597-0633

Bargain Hut

11064 Asheville Hwy # A104

Inman

864-473-0495

Carolina Cash Co

1412 Union St

Spartanburg

864-582-6713

Carolina Cash Co

143 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-6716

Chances

401 E Kennedy St # B2

Spartanburg

864-515-0041

Chelsea's Two

217 E Blackstock Rd

Spartanburg

864-587-6900

Fran's Fashions

4 S Main St

Inman

864-472-8353

Girly Girl Boutique

2520 Boiling Springs Rd

Boiling Springs

864-578-7776

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Address

Area

Phone

Harley's Dress Shoppe

122 S Alabama Ave

Chesnee

864-461-7216

Hi-Style Fashions

136 Magnolia St

Spartanburg

864- 573-6601

Jack's Economy Shop

161 Dunbar St

Spartanburg

864-583-0200

Laura's

2313 Reidville Rd # A

Spartanburg

864-587-1736

Lemon Peel

183 Dunbar St

Spartanburg

864-585-1429

McMahan Shoes

249 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-1579

Missy Shop

7 N Main St

Inman

864-472-2791

OOPS Co

900 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-573-9604

P J's Fashions On Main

109 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-3360

Pearson's

156 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-573-6545

Pink On Main

156 W Main St

Spartanburg

864-515-0088

Prices' Store For Men

196 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-5701

Sam Evatt's Inc

246 E Blackstock Rd #A

Spartanburg

864-574-6765

Shoe Show

550 S Church St # 4

Spartanburg

864-582-2402

Sock Basket

182 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-0195

Suzanne’s LTD

311 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-4850

Tezza's

1855 E Main St # 11

Spartanburg

864-585-8666

Thompson's Famous Name Brand

181 Cannon Rd

Wellford

864-439-3557

Three Sisters Boutique

146 E Main St # A

Spartanburg

864-582-7750

Thrifty Boutique

3283 Reidville Rd

Spartanburg

864-574-2673

Two Doors Down

100 E Main St # R3

Spartanburg

864-582-0850

FLE A MAR KETS Barnyard Flea Market

2000 Hwy 101 South

Greer

864-968-1700

Spartanburg Flea Market

8010 Asheville Hwy

Spartanburg

864-503-9026

176 Salvage

8870 Asheville Hwy

Spartanburg

864-578-0055

Bishop Furniture Co

172 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-7564

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Address

Area

Phone

Carruth Furniture Co

104 S Howard Ave

Landrum

864-457-3344

Factory Furniture 4 Kids

9084 Warren H Abernathy Hwy

Spartanburg

864-574-4444

Foothills Amish Furniture

106 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2400

Harris Furniture

211 S Alabama Ave

Chesnee

864-461-7618

Stewart Furniture

114 S Main St

Woodruff

864-476-3914

Todays Furniture

7228 Asheville Hwy

Spartanburg

864-503-9811

Unclaimed Furniture

198 Plemmons Rd

Duncan

864-848-9677

Watson's Furniture Co

107 S Alabama Ave

Chesnee

864-461-3101

Welchel Furniture Inc

490 Archer Rd

Spartanburg

864-573-9602

Whitlock's Furniture Inc

945 Hayne St

Spartanburg

864-583-2769

Wilson's Furniture

2044 Chesnee Hwy

Spartanburg

864- 585-8180

4 You Custom Gifts & Awards

6655 Pottery Rd

Spartanburg

864-587-5566

Coach House Gifts

227 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-2114

Gifts For All Seasons

13 N Main St

Inman

864-472-5204

Green Zinnia

914 1/2 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-5525

Home & Garden Classics

147 S Pine St

Spartanburg

864-585-3228

Inside Irwin's

147 Fernwood Dr

Spartanburg

864-582-8650

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Where is the most relaxing place to go in Spartanburg?

A walk on the Cottonwood Trail. – BETSY FLEMING, President of Converse College


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Area

Phone

Ooh LA LA

198 Plemmons Rd

Duncan

864-848-0091

Panache Gift Boutique

2099 E Main St # D

Duncan

864-249-3040

Primrose Galleries

415 Bellport Dr

Spartanburg

864-578-3000

Sassafras Gifts

1735 John B White Sr Blvd

Spartanburg

864-595-7067

Sheila's Unique Gifts

293 Bud Arthur Bridge Rd

Cowpens

864-463-1548

Silver Buttons

11068 Asheville Hwy Suite B15

Inman

864-472-3399

Southern Charm

7116 Hwy 9

Inman

864-592-5334

Spartanburg Regional History Museum

200 E Saint John St

Spartanburg

864-596-3501

Theodore Morris

571 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-4423

This N That

404 McCravy Dr # G

Spartanburg

864-573-9846

Timeless Treasures Gifts

1503 John B White Sr Blvd

Spartanburg

864-574-5700

B & D Family Jewelers

1735 John B White Sr Blvd # 6

Spartanburg

864-576-7600

Blair Jewelers

3633 Boiling Springs Rd

Boiling Springs

864-599-1254

Covington & Co Jewelry

210 E Rutherford St

Landrum

864-457-5854

Diamond JewelersSpartanburg

153 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-5675

Geiss & Sons Jewelers

1864 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-0911

Kosch & Gray

158 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-583-3606

Lemke Designs Inc Jewelry Shop

214 Edgewood St

Lyman

864-439-0842

Mossburg Jewelry & Gifts

720 S Alabama Ave

Chesnee

864-461-0607

Rufus D Lewis Jewelers

139 Fernwood Dr

Spartanburg

864-582-4585

Skatell's Jewelers

217 E Blackstock Rd

Spartanburg

864-576-6434

Smart Jewelry

800 S Pine St # A

Spartanburg

864-585-5111

Smithworks Fine Jewelry

361 E Kennedy St

Spartanburg

864-573-5252

Specialty Gifts Galore

1413 W.O. Ezell Blvd # 4

Spartanburg

864-595-5060

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Theodore Morris has a selection of gifts for everyone on your list.

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Address

Area

Phone

Stafford Jewelers

1023 Fernwood Glendale Rd # 3

Spartanburg

864-585-0235

Watch Works

1040 Fernwood Glendale Rd # 48

Spartanburg

864-582-3028

Cohen's Closeouts

307 W Main St

Spartanburg

864-590-7777

Palmetto Textiles

1301 Union St

Spartanburg

864-583-2556

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SPE C IAL I TY STOR E Ambiance

2669 Chesnee Hwy

Spartanburg

864-266-6716

Art & Frame Gallery

108 Garner Rd

Spartanburg

864-585-3700

C Edwards Cigars

113 N Church St

Spartanburg

864-573-7811

Carriage House Wines

196 W Main St

Spartanburg

864-582-0123

Cheese & Wine Etc

2600 E Main St # A

Spartanburg

864-579-2164

Cowboy Connection

3218 Boiling Springs Rd

Spartanburg

864-578-6003

Cowpens Gallery

5348 N Main St

Cowpens

864-406-0078

D K Boutique & Spa

131 W Main St

Spartanburg

864-591-2033

Forever Yung

200 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-598-9832

Inman Quilt Cottage

25 S Main St

Inman

864-472-0888

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Address

Phone

Invitations On Pine

972 S Pine St

Spartanburg

864-582-8868

It's a Work of Art

5357 N Main St

Cowpens

864-425-6994

Kiwi Creations

133 S Main St

Woodruff

864-476-7373

KRB Fabrics

4571 Hwy 9

Inman

864-578-8752

L & L Custom Framing Inc.

1735 John B White Sr Blvd, # 13

Spartanburg

864-576-5559

Mad Max's Comic Books & Games

178 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-0374

Martha's Fabrics & Interiors

2075 Chesnee Hwy

Spartanburg

864-583-4348

Needle & Canvas

451 E Saint John St #B

Spartanburg

864-582-1288

North Woods Farm Yarn Shop

829 Sloan Rd

Inman

864-848-9640

Plaza on Main

174 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-278-8088

Robin's Bead Nest

127 E Blackstock Rd # 400

Spartanburg

864-576-8711

Rustic Escentuals

1050 Canaan Rd

Roebuck

864-582-9335

Scrapbook Creations

3087 E Main Street Ext

Spartanburg

864-597-0036

Spartan Photo Center

197 E Saint John St

Spartanburg

864-583-6835

Vapor Emporium & Gift Shop

505 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-541-7860

Write At Home

147 S Pine St

Spartanburg

864-597-0720

Bike WORX has everything for your cycling needs.

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Area

Phone

SPORTS & OU T DOOR S Army Navy Store

10 Groce Rd

Lyman

864-439-8870

Bicycle Time

2929 D Boiling Springs Rd

Boiling Springs

864-804-6180

Bike WORX

1321 Union St

Spartanburg

864-542-2453

Camping World

114 Best Dr

Spartanburg

864-699-5400

Cross Outdoor Exchange

4250 Hwy 9

Boiling Springs

864-578-5580

Great Escape Bicycles

105 Franklin Ave

Spartanburg

864-574-5273

Odom Hardware & Knives

1089 Asheville Hwy

Spartanburg

864-573-8857

Ravx Inc

325 Inglesby Pkwy

Duncan

864-433-1550

Rhino Outdoors

3124 Boiling Springs Rd

Boiling Springs

864-327-8752

Scuba Shop

333 Whitney Rd

Spartanburg

864-585-5694

Southern Sportsman

7116 Hwy 9

Inman

864-592-0700

Wild Birds Unlimited

468 E Main St

Spartanburg

864-585-0409

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In the South, we’re known for hospitality. And what’s hospitality without a great meal? Whether you’re craving a fancy dining experience, home-style cookin’ or a late night meal, you’ll certainly be served some local flavor. If you need suggestions on where to dine, ask around. You’ll get great recommendations from the locals.

Spartanburg is home to many restaurants sure to delight your taste buds.


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Phone

460 Spring St

864-574-3757

CJ's Restaurant

3003 Old Furnace Rd

864-578-0033

Capri's of Boiling Springs

1927 Boiling Springs Rd

864-599-6800

China Delight

2528 Boiling Springs Rd Ste I

864-599-7828

China Fun

8660 Asheville Hwy

864-599-8885

Clock of Boiling Springs Inc

3597 Boiling Springs Rd

864-814-0033

Coby's

2750 Boiling Springs Rd

864-599-1779

El Burrito

3614 Parris Bridge Rd

864-814-0770

El Mexicano II Restaurant

3720-C Boiling Springs Rd

864-814-0222

El Mexicano IV Restaurant

2528 G Boiling Springs Hwy

864-814-1516

Famous Pizza

8644 Asheville Hwy

864-578-8282

Fuji Express

4016 Hwy 9 Unit 5

864-814-6688

Galaxy Billiards & Cafe

1926 Boiling Springs Rd

864-266-4960

Gigi's Cafe

8275 Asheville Hwy

864-578-8121

Grapevine Restaurant

2220 Hwy 9

864-578-7345

Hub City Coffee

3605-B Boiling Springs Rd

864-814-2116

Huckdaddy's Country Saloon

122 Builders Court

864-384-2464

Jade House Asian Buffet

304 Village Creek Dr

864-599-2886

AR CADIA Frankie's Grill

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Venus Pie – JOHN BAUKNIGHT, President of Longleaf Holdings, USA, LLC


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J's

4951 Parris Bridge Rd

864-578-6618

La Paz Mexican Restaurant

403 Bellport Dr

864-599-7555

Little Pigs BBQ

4080 Hwy 9

864-599-9776

Manny's

2520 Hwy 9

864-578-7334

New Asia

3720-J Boiling Springs Rd

864-599-6740

New Darie Dreme

2475 Boiling Springs Rd

864-578-7373

Panda Chinese Restaurant

3509 Boiling Springs Rd

864-599-9200

Philly Connection

2252 Boiling Springs Rd

864-578-0234

Taqueria Vanessa

303 Shoally Ridge Dr

864-621-2184

Village Pub

3720-E Boiling Springs Hwy

864-230-0343

Doghouse

603 N Main St

864-592-7651

Dutch Plate

206 N Main St

864-468-4584

Fran's Specialties

203 Smith St

864-472-9247

Links Restaurant

11250 New Cut Rd

864-468-5099

Nodine's Family Restaurant

18155 Asheville Hwy

864-468-5485

Taco Locos

336 Blue Ridge Rd

864-542-4318

Madhouse Cafe

295 Goodjoin Rd

864-895-4247

Bantam Chef

418 S Alabama St

864-461-8403

Bella Rose Restaurant

3155 Peachtree Rd

864-592-2121

Cooley Springs Cafe

3610 Hwy 11

864-592-1773

Dawg Shack

3155 Peachtree Rd

864-316-3804

El Limon

402 S Alabama Ave

864-703-0303

Flo's Diner

4194 Chesnee Hwy

864-621-2101

Nation's Bakery

1099 S Alabama Ave

864-978-0089

New Century

400 S Alabama Ave

864-703-3000

One Fish Two Fish

206 S Florida Ave

864-461-3474

Pizza House

408 S Alabama Ave

864-461-3160

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Strawberry Hill USA

3092 Hwy 11 West

864-461-4000

Thompson Market

1212 Hwy 11 West

864-461-8651

Turner's Family Restaurant

415 S Alabama St

864-461-8815

Yoshi Japanese Steakhouse

112 N Alabama Ave

864-703-2345

Baguette & Co

5326 S Main St

864-406-0303

Crawford's Restaurant

5225 S Main St

864-463-3939

Lin's Garden

5350 N Main St

864-463-1266

Mike's Cafe

5436 N Main St

864-463-4055

Pop's Kitchen

135 Truck Stop Rd

864-463-1799

Red Rooster

242 Battleground Rd

864-463-4057

Town Grill & Pizza

5250 S Main St

864-463-0333

Wagon Wheel Fish Camp

115 Wagon Wheel Rd

864-463-6531

Bella Latte

1300 E Main St

864-583-6521

Bill's Place

997 Rogers Bridge Rd

864-848-0442

Clock Family Restaurant

1690 E Main St

864-486-9922

Country Pride

1402 E Main St

864-433-0711

Demetre's Gourmet Grille

1384 E Main St

864-433-1424

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Southern Cooking Spartanburg does southern cookin’ right! Whether you’re far from home and missing mama’s cooking or just want to know what’s the fuss over collard greens, you’ll find plenty of options for southern cuisine. Some of our local favorites include Wade’s, Lawson’s Fork, CJ’s, Turner’s, Dolline’s, and Mullinax’s. 99


Name

Address

Phone

Duncan Family Restaurant

159 W Main St

864-949-7077

El Mexicano III Restaurant

1113 E Main St

864-486-0245

El Mexicano Restaurant

700 E Main St #5-B

864-439-9020

El Molcajete Mexican

1212 E Main St

864-433-0202

El Primo Mexican Restaurant

1586 E Main St

864-433-0012

Espresso Cafe

2153 E Main St Ste C13

864-433-9030

Fong's Chinese and Thai

2153 E Main St Ste C-10

864-433-8880

House of Pizza

700 E Main St Unit 10-C

864-439-0088

Olive Tree

114 W Main St

864-439-9009

Paisanos

1556 E Main St

864-275-7935

Pizza-A-Plenty

2153 E Main St Unit A-5

864-433-9391

Sake Grill #2

1660 E Main Street Unit B

864-486-0026

Sims Bar-B-Q

165 W Main Street

864-439-8929

Sully's at River Falls

100 Player Blvd

864-433-9192

Thai Garden

1580 E Main St

864-486-0226

Twin Palmetto

2245 Hwy 101 South

864-801-8779

A Taste of Home

1371 Parker Rd

864-969-2495

Clock Drive-In

15835 Hwy 221

864-969-6567

Wagon Wheel

271 E Blackstock Rd

864-641-8390

13921 Asheville Hwy

864-472-2424

Barnyard Cafe

2000 Hwy 101 South

864-382-9717

El Torito

400 E Poinsett St

864-879-9960

Grand China Chinese Restaurant

14156 E Wade Hampton Blvd

864-877-8898

Greer Tacos #2

2000 Hwy 101 South

864-275-2494

Landmark Diner of Greer

210 Zuber Rd

864-968-8969

Los Dos Hermanos 3

309 New Woodruff Rd

864-879-3311

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Lunch • Happy Hour • Dinner • Late Night • Gameday

Runner Up Best Sports Bar In North America 143 Fernwood Dr. • Spartanburg, SC 29307 • 864.591.3290 www.TheHickoryTavern.com


Name

Address

Phone

Ma & Me

220 Lister Rd

864-879-2309

New South House

131 New Woodruff Rd

864-921-4939

Pete's Drive-In No 7 of Greer

14155 E Wade Hampton Blvd

864-877-6377

Tadpole Fish Camp

1300 E Wade Hampton Blvd

864-877-6316

Theo's Family Restaurant

1941 Hwy 101 South

864-848-1140

Tokyo Grill Express

14021 E Wade Hampton Blvd

864-292-3721

Tommy T's

135 Turner Hill Rd

864-968-8882

Tracy's Place

2725 Hwy 101 South

864-879-1863

Vito's Pizza and Subs

14166 E Wade Hampton Blvd

864-879-3055

Big Daddy Hawgs

8530 Hwy 9

864-592-0810

Big Daddy's Drive-In

11030-A Asheville Hwy

864-472-3281

Bronco Mexican Restaurant

40 S Main St

864-472-1700

China Wok

11285 Asheville Hwy

864-473-0609

Delightful Dishes

13144 Asheville Hwy

864-472-6305

Geri's Restaurant

6890 Hwy 9

864-578-4046

GG's Coffee House

11631 Asheville Hwy Ste F

864-472-1875

Granny's Kitchen

16 North Howard St

864-472-0909

Inman House of Pizza

11230 Asheville Hwy

864-384-7291

Kick Back Grill

13241 Asheville Hwy

864-907-4427

Lake Bowen Fish Camp

8580 Hwy 9

864-592-2663

Liquid Assets Bistro

2 S Main St

864-473-0404

Lynn's Creations

11120 Asheville Hwy

864-473-1414

Michelangelo's Pizza

11149-A Asheville Hwy

864-472-9090

Mulligan's

135 Miller Farm Rd

864-580-8573

Palmetto Restaurant

67 S Main St

864-472-6188

Pepperoni Express Pizza Co

7124 Hwy 9

864-542-2332

Pig Out Barbeque

3001 New Cut Rd

864-949-7431

Pizza Perfect Pizza

5545 Hwy 9 Ste A

864-578-2003

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Burger Joints

Whether it’s late night or after weekend of ball tourney games, it’s always a good time for a big juicy burger. Spartanburg has options stacked high and a-plenty. Try Nu-Way, Ike’s, and the Beacon for classic burgers with Spartanburg spins.

Name

Address

Phone

Rainbow Sweets

180 Venus St

864-578-9470

Rick's BBQ

14180 Asheville Hwy

864-472-4043

Sparkle City Sweets

49 Mill St

864-472-8800

Sun Garden

11090 Asheville Hwy

864-472-8949

Sweet Co Food Market

8000 Hwy 9 #4

864-384-9001

Timeout Pancake House

11060 Asheville Hwy

864-473-1800

Ayers and Son Market

332 Howard St

864-457-2641

Cakes and Confections 4U

103 E Rutherford St

864-457-2223

China Cafe

1760 Hwy 14 East

864-457-3856

Drake House

511 N Howard St

864-457-2533

El Chile Rojo

209 E Rutherford St

864-457-5977

Hare and Hound

101 E Rutherford St

864-457-3232

Kent's Restaurant

328 S Howard Ave

864-457-2378

Southside Smokehouse & Grill

726 S Howard Ave

864-457-4581

Stone Soup Market and Cafe

1522 E Rutherford St

864-457-5255

Twin Palmetto

1005 E Rutherford St

864-457-5008

Zenzera Coffee & Wine Bar

208 E Rutherford St

864-680-2132

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Name

Address

Phone

Cazadores Mexican Restaurant

105 Spartanburg Hwy

864-877-3473

Chinatown

310 Spartanburg Hwy

864-949-3228

Clock of Lyman

215 Spartanburg Hwy

864-439-2804

Gail's Restaurant

115 Spartanburg Hwy

864-439-8805

Helen's Grill

299 Spartanburg Hwy

864-525-6767

Hong Xing

12175 Greenville Hwy

864-949-8889

Lyman Cafe

14 Groce Rd

864-439-6577

M & J Restaurant and Lounge

1100 Gap Creek Rd

864-877-8971

Nation's Bakery

105 Spartanburg Hwy

864-978-2879

Pavezi's

119 Spartanburg Hwy Ste B

864-439-5400

Pepperoni Express

48 Groce Rd

864-249-3535

Pepperoni Express Pizza Co

207 N Lawrence St

864-249-3535

Red Hill Farms

508 Spartanburg Rd

864-439-7603

Mayo Drive-In

4660 Chesnee Hwy

864-461-8410

Tall Tales Fish Camp

160 Springdale Ln

864-461-2713

Country Cafe

1003 E Blackstock Rd

864-205-1769

Side Trax

6884 Hwy 221

864-574-9909

China King

1413 N Hwy 150

864-474-3368

Clock Drive-In of Pacolet

6920 S Pine St

864-474-3824

Mojo's Pizza

1271 N Hwy 150

864-838-8903

Southern Carolina Restaurant

7091 S Pine St

864-474-2039

Betty Ruth's

2612 Hwy 56

864-278-0655

Rachel's Pauline Cafe

2960 Hwy 56

864-582-1128

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Name

Address

Phone

229 College St

864-494-2853

Fratello's Restaurant

3257 Carolina Country Club Rd

864-541-8834

Galley

101 Old Hills Bridge Rd

864-474-9509

Geneva's Restaurant & Catering

2550 Stone Station Rd

864-587-1912

Grill on 221

4795 S Church St Unit 10

864-595-1178

J-Bones Express

6198-A Hwy 221

864-590-8157

Kendall's Place

4225 Walnut Grove Rd

864-476-2100

Mandarin House

4795 S Church St Ext Unit 7

864-576-2288

Roebuck Fish Camp

597 McAbee Rd

864-576-3542

Southport Bar & Grill

629 Southport Rd

864-494-0087

2 Morrow's

253 Magnolia St

864-285-0905

295 Sports Bar

1330 Southport Rd

864-582-1453

A Caribbean Sweetness

1824 E Main St

864-582-3330

Apollo's House of Pizza

2401 Reidville Rd Ste 10

864-587-7117

Bangkok Thai Cuisine

1200 E Main St

864-583-2532

Bangkok Thai Cuisine II

1398 Boiling Springs Rd

864-814-0418

Basil's Grill

110 Garner Rd

864-583-5989

Beacon Drive-In

255 John B White Sr Blvd

864-585-9387

Bella Latte

1637 John B White Sr Blvd

864-595-2888

Big Daddy's II

1100 Asheville Hwy

864-591-3281

Blue Bay Seafood

1533 John B White Sr Blvd

864-574-1144

Blues Boulevard

99 S Church St

864-573-9742

Boots & Sonnys

120 E Henry St

864-582-2439

Boston Pizzeria

136 Fernwood Dr

864-577-9321

Brickhouse Fresh Pizzeria

203 W Saint John St

864-585-0555

Broadway Bagels

1200 E Main St

864-591-0058

R E I DVIL LE Southern Sisters Coffee

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Name

Address

Phone

Bronco Mexican Restaurant

352 E Blackstock Rd

864-576-7250

Bronco Mexican Restaurant No 7

1560 Union St

864-542-0230

B's Pool Hall & Lounge

1010 S Church St Ext

864-582-8277

Bubba's BBQ & Catering

827 W Blackstock Rd

864-582-7487

Bull Hawgs BBQ

840 S Pine St

864-585-7222

Cain's Bar & Grill

950 Hayne St

864-680-0393

Cakehead Bakery & Coffee Bar

188-B W Main St

864-582-1227

Carolina BBQ

7115 Lone Oak Rd

864-503-0542

Carolina BBQ

296 E Blackstock Rd

864-576-7883

Charlie's Fine Food Restaurant

226 Cedar Springs Rd

864-472-0713

Chiefs Wings and Firewater

1519 John B White Sr Blvd

864-270-0354

China

1600 John B White Sr Blvd Ste 1002

864-574-2828

China Express

594 S Church St

864-582-2338

China Garden

100 North Town Dr Ste 5

864-597-0099

China Star

205 W Blackstock Rd Unit 550

864-576-9933

City Range Steakhouse Grill

774 Spartan Blvd

864-327-3333

Clock of Spartanburg

2725 Reidville Rd

864-804-6496

Converse Deli and Coffee Bar

551 E Main St Ste 105

864-585-5580

BBQ Mustard, vinegar, or tomato based, ‘round here we’ll barbecue pork, beef, and chicken, too. No matter which end of the county you’re in, you’ll find a barbecue joint guaranteed to put a sweet sticky smile on your face. Local favorites include Bull Hawg’s, Little Pigs BBQ, Big Daddy’s BBQ, and Carolina BBQ. 107


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Name

Address

Phone

Corona

121 E Blackstock Rd

864-574-7272

Corona Mexican Restaurant

404-D McCravy Dr

864-574-7271

Cosenza Pizzeria

226 Cedar Springs Rd

864-583-5534

Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse

180 E Blackstock Rd

864-587-6226

Cribbs Kitchen on Main

226-B W Main St

864-699-9669

Cupcake Creations

1084 Boiling Springs Rd

864-582-2482

Cuppa Cabeana

1201 New Cut Rd

864-592-4231

Cuzina Grill

910 E Main Street

864-585-3720

Danz Place

100-3 McMillan Dr

864-597-1634

Dave's Cafe

2450 Reidville Rd

864-595-2300

Delaney's

117 W Main St

864-583-3100

Deli Korner

1445-A Fernwood Glendale Rd

864-583-9518

Delicious Pasteleria

106B S Blackstock Rd

864-574-6708

Dolline's

140 S Main St

864-579-9273

Dudleys

1055 B Fernwood Glendale Rd

864-573-2626

El Limon

8670 Asheville Hwy

864-578-4141

El Limon Mexican Restaurant

2401 Reidville Rd

864-576-3535

El Mexicano

2115 E Main St Ste D

864-579-2222

The Epicurean at the Oakland House

168 Oakland Ave

864-582-7222

Farmer's Table

401 E Kennedy St Ste C

864-582-6554

Flounder Fish Camp

160 Barbado Ln

864-576-3165

Four Seasons Restaurant

1071 Fernwood Glendale Rd

864-579-4634

Fuji

1930 E Main St

704-300-7601

Fuji

215 Westgate Mall Dr

864-587-8607

Garner's Natural Foods

1855 E Main St Ste 10

864-585-1021

Gerhard's Cafe Vienna

1200 E Main St

864-591-1920

Hawg-N-Dawgs

7163 Lone Oak Rd

864-503-0087

Hibachi Buffet & Grill

2255 E Main St

864-579-1399

Hickory Tavern

143 Fernwood Dr

864-591-3290


Fish Camps

Known for perfectly battered and fried fish served alongside deviled crab, pickled onions, and French fries, fish camps are a dining experience not to miss. Hours vary and lines can be long, so check before you go. Locals love Flounder, Wagon Wheel, Lighthouse, and Lake Bowen Fish Camps.

Name

Address

Phone

Holden's Ranch

580 Southport Rd

864-576-7396

Holmes Hot Dogs

925 W Blackstock Rd

864-576-0801

Home and Garden Classics

147 S Pine St

864-585-3228

Hong Kong Express

2660 Reidville Rd

864-587-8800

Hoozers

4895 S Pine St

864-582-7381

Hub City Coffee

1624 E Main St

864-573-8785

Hub Diggity Dogs

119 Dunbar St

864-585-0920

Hunan K Restaurant

2401 Reidville Rd Ste 3

864-576-8277

Ice Cream & Coffee Creations

3087 E Main St

864-579-2670

Ice Cream and Coffee Beans

1753 John B White Blvd

864-804-8903

Ichiban Restaurant

1915 E Main St

864-582-9635

II Samuels

351 E Henry St Ste A

864-596-5050

Ike's

104 Archer Rd

864-542-0911

Japan House

1989 E Main St Ste A

864-583-1616

Jin Jin Chinese Restaurant

2199 Ste J Southport Rd

864-582-1818

John's Cafe & Catering

311 Bennett Dairy Rd

864-579-7969

Junction Too

150 Simuel Rd

864-573-6060

Kenny's Homecooking

1000 N Pine St Ste 31

864-573-6013

La Escondida

3180 N Blackstock Rd

864-587-0820

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Name

Address

Phone

La Taverna Italian Cuisine

120 Dorman Commerce Dr Ste A

864-526-8660

Lawson's Fork

930 E Main St

864-641-3386

Lighthouse Fish Camp

5680 S Pine St

864-474-9509

Lil D'z

1059 Fernwood Glendale Rd

864-253-9151

Lime Leaf

101 E Main St

864-542-2171

Los Paisanos

8327 Fairforest Rd

864-503-8700

Lucky Dog Hot Dogs

1006 Tyger Lake Rd

864-431-2453

Mabry's Simple Simon

109 S Pine St

864-266-0121

Main St Pub

252 W Main St

864-266-3944

Maze

3059 Howard St

864-814-8436

Mesh

299 N Church St

864-596-1211

Mi Tierra Tienda Mexicana

7620 Asheville Hwy

864-503-9081

Miyako-Sushi

116 Magnolia St

864-583-5115

Mon Amie Morning Cafe

2601 E Main St

864-591-7981

Monsoon Noodle House

129 W Main St

864-582-0618

Monterrey

1450 W.O. Ezell Blvd

864-574-7214

Monterrey Mexican Restaurant

145 Fernwood Rd

864-582-7700

Monterrey Mexican Restaurant

1564 Asheville Hwy

864-591-2015

Moveable Feasts

956 E Main St

864-596-7333

Mullinax Restaurant

4340 S Pine St

864-583-3366

New China

860 E Main St

864-583-4731

New Panda Garden

2420 Reidville Rd

864-595-2988

No 1 Chinese Take Out

1529-E John B White Sr Blvd

864-576-6888

Nu-Way Lounge & Restaurant

373 Kennedy St

864-582-9685

Panda

99A Garner Rd

864-582-3198

Papa's Breakfast Nook

191 E Saint John St

864-582-6655

Pappy's Old Fashioned BBQ

1982 Chesnee Hwy

864-804-6344

Peach Blossom Restaurant

910 Hospitality Dr

864-578-4220

Peddler Steak House

464 E Main St

864-583-5874


Name

Address

Phone

Pete's

731 S Church St

864-583-4992

Pier 221

351 Whitney Rd

864-541-7777

Poppa's Hot Dogs

1396 Boiling Springs Rd

864-345-4069

Rascals

1455 Asheville Hwy

864-582-0007

Real Deal

1311 Asheville Hwy

864-503-3683

Red's Grill

2245 Hayne St

864-576-6005

Refuel Wine Bar

129 N Spring St

864-804-6770

Renato Fine Italian Cuisine

221 E Kennedy St

864-585-7027

Restaurante Hondureno

8047 Asheville Hwy

864-205-0647

Ricky's Drive In East

307 Union St

864-583-1037

Ricky's West

497 E Blackstock Rd

864-587-7440

Rose Cottage and Gardens

8881 Warren H Abernathy Hwy

864-595-1077

Ruby's

280 Whitney Rd

864-585-3737

Sake Grill

256 N Church St

864-573-2575

Salon Bistro

130 Southport Rd

864-574-8744

Seven Moons Asian Restaurant

1297 Asheville Hwy

864-598-0889

Shorty's Restaurant

7980 Asheville Hwy

864-503-9059

Sideline Sports and Spirits

93 Kensington Dr

864-576-3314

Skillet

435 E Main St

864-342-9978

Smok'y Blues Barbeque

458 Oak Grove Rd

864-542-4429

Sweet Tea We swear by it and drink it by the gallon. It’s even our state’s official hospitality beverage! You can’t go wrong with this sweet drink to cool you off on a hot southern day. Everyone serves it but locals say the best tea is found at The Beacon, Bantam Chef, and Ice Cream and Coffee Beans. 111


Name

Address

Phone

Southern Barbecue

6 Fairview Church Rd

864-515-9877

Sparks

299 N Church St

864-596-1211

Spartan Bakery

210 Westgate Mall Dr

864-587-9244

Speedy Dogs

466 Longview Dr

864-435-0008

Stax's Billy D's Grill

880 S Pine St

864-591-2008

Sugar-N-Spice

212 S Pine St

864-585-3991

Sun King

1915 E Main St

864-582-9903

Sun King

100 McMillan St

864-573-6790

Taco Dog

1915 E Main St Ste 7

864-542-8058

Taqueria Nelissa

110 Gower Rd

864-205-0359

Taste of Thai

7750 Warren H Abernathy Hwy

864-595-5240

Tenia's

1089 Chesnee Hwy

864-804-6180

Thai Taste

145 Southport Rd

864-595-6040

The Ham Store

2600 E Main St Ste B

864-579-2026

TNT Hot Wings

456 Union St

864-585-9996

Twisty's

1855 E Main St Ste 11

864-585-7434

Uncle Poon's

140 Fernwood Drive

864-542-0048

Uncle Ray's

827 Union St

864-515-0993

United House of Prayer

660 S Church St

864-585-2675

Venus Pie Pizzeria

400 E Main St

864-582-4200

Village Tavern I

2434 Reidville Rd

864-576-1996

Wade's Family Restaurant

1000 N Pine St

864-582-3800

Weenie Heads

468 Oak Grove Rd

864-574-7111

Whitey's Bar & Grill

1135 Hwy 56

864-582-8552

Yanni's Place Inc

1855 E Main St

864-948-9400

Yogurt King

1707 John B White Sr Blvd

864-706-1165

Zarza

149 S Daniel Morgan Ave

864-699-9619

120 Gibbs Rd

864-345-4506

WE L LFOR D Country Kitchen

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Name

Address

Phone

Harley's Duck-In

403 Old Spartanburg Hwy

864-473-8398

Hot Dog Cafe

1603 Inman Rd

864-439-3647

Playoffz Sports Bar & Grill

105B Little Mountain Rd

864-485-3006

Afternoon Delight

7327 Reidville Rd

864-918-9950

Bronco Mexican Restaurant

348 N Main St

864-476-3059

Carolina Grill of Woodruff

706 Cross Anchor Rd

864-476-7077

Demeter's Restaurant

434 Cross Anchor Rd

864-476-0382

Family Dog

7325 Reidville Rd

864-433-1009

Five Star Subs

351 N Main St

864-476-0451

Great Wall

347 N Main St

864-476-8483

Mustard Seed BBQ

2000 S J Workman Hwy

864-476-8700

New Friends Cafe

102 S Main St

864-476-5522

Old Mill Buffet #4

641 Laurens Rd

864-670-9460

Panda

900 N Main St

864-476-6312

Pete's of Woodruff II

507 Cross Anchor Rd

864-476-8214

Roma's Family Restaurant

509 Cross Anchor Rd

864-476-6413

Southend Bar and Grill Inc

691 Laurens Rd

864-476-0423

Turtle Parfait

139 S Main St

864-476-6727

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Enjoy your lunch, dinner, or Sunday Brunch in one of our beautiful dining rooms or on the patio under blue skies. You’ll be served creative American cuisine with a twist, featuring Certified Angus Beef & chef designed dishes using the best of local & seasonal ingredients. Our lively & welcoming bar offers a fantastic assortment of wines, perfectly prepared cocktails & even our own micro brews. Don’t miss the best Happy Hour in town! Beautiful Private Dining Rooms (with no room fees) will welcome your guests with professional service & a cozy ambiance. A’RANGE A VISIT SOON!

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Early settlers in Spartanburg had to camp in tents, but Spartanburg now boasts over 3,500 rooms throughout the county. We have delightfully cozy bed and breakfasts, as well as the major chains you know and trust. And if you still want to camp, we have some great campgrounds, too!

Steeped in southern hospitality, enjoy a stay at the Walnut Lane Inn.


 Continental Breakfast  Indoor Pool  Outdoor Pool  Pet-Friendly Name / Address / Area

Phone

Features

BED & BR E AKFASTS The Inn on Main 319 E Main St | Spartanburg

864-585-5001



Walnut Lane Inn 110 Ridge Rd | Lyman

864-949-7230



CAMPGR OUN DS & L O DGE S Creekside RV Park 1120 Valentine Ln | Greer

864-877-1242

Croft State Park 450 E Main St | Spartanburg

864-585-1283

Cunningham RV Park 600 Campground Rd | Spartanburg

864-576-1973

Pine Ridge Family Campground 199 Pine Ridge Rd | Roebuck

864-576-0302

H O T E L S & MO T E L S America's Best Value Inn 125 Sloane Garden Rd | Spartanburg

864-699-0000

 

Baymont Inn & Suites 1546 E Main St | Duncan

864-433-8405

  

Brookwood Inn 4930 College Dr | Spartanburg

864-804-6600

  

Caroline Inn & Suites 810 Hospitality Dr | Spartanburg

864-578-5400

 

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Phone

Features

College Inn 491 E Main St | Spartanburg

864-582-5654



Comfort Inn & Suites 154 Candlenut Ln | Boiling Springs

864-814-2001

  

Comfort Suites 458 W Blackstock Rd | Spartanburg

864-699-6700

  

Courtyard by Marriott 110 Mobile Dr | Spartanburg

864-585-2400



Crossland Economy Studios 130 Mobile Dr | Spartanburg

864-573-5949



Days Inn 101 Outlet Rd | Spartanburg

864-576-7300

  

Days Inn 115 Rogers Commerce Blvd | Boiling Springs

864-814-0560

  

Econo Lodge 6765 Pottery Rd | Spartanburg

864-587-0129

 

Hampton Inn - Spartanburg North 121 Traveller Dr | Spartanburg

864-577-9080

 

Hampton Inn & Suites - Greenville/Spartanburg 108 Spartangreen Blvd | Duncan

864-486-8100

 


 Continental Breakfast  Indoor Pool  Outdoor Pool  Pet-Friendly Name / Address / Area

Phone

Features

Hampton Inn & Suites - Spartanburg I-26 801 Spartan Blvd | Spartanburg

864-699-2222

 

Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Duncan 275 Frontage Rd | Duncan

864-486-9191

  

Holiday Inn Express & Suites - Spartanburg North 161 Sha Ln | Spartanburg

864-504-3333

 

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Westgate 895 Spartan Blvd | Spartanburg

864-699-7777

  

Howard Johnson Express 6690 Pottery Rd | Spartanburg

864-576-0042

  

Main Street Motel 700 W Main St | Spartanburg

864-583-8471

Microtel Inn 1534 E Main St | Duncan

864-433-1000



Motel 6 105 Jones Rd | Spartanburg

864-573-6383

 


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 Continental Breakfast  Indoor Pool  Outdoor Pool  Pet-Friendly Name / Address / Area

Phone

Features

Quality Inn 1391 E Main St | Duncan

864-433-1333

  

Quality Inn & Suites 160 Simuel Rd | Spartanburg

864-542-0333

  

Red Roof Inn 2070 New Cut Rd | Spartanburg

864-541-7749

  

Residence Inn by Marriott 9011 Fairforest Rd | Spartanburg

864-576-3333

  

Royal Inn & Suites 1530 Boiling Springs Rd | Spartanburg

864-585-5890

Sheridan Inn 1386 E Main St | Duncan

864-249-3425

  

Sleep Inn 501 S Blackstock Rd | Spartanburg

864-595-4040



Southern Suites Spartanburg 1993 Reidville Rd | Spartanburg

864-804-6363

Spartanburg Marriott 299 N Church St | Spartanburg

864-596-1211



Sun 'n Sand Motel 150 Sun & Sand Rd | Spartanburg

864-585-3656



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 Continental Breakfast  Indoor Pool  Outdoor Pool  Pet-Friendly Name / Address / Area

Phone

Features

Sunset Inn 1354 Boiling Springs Rd | Spartanburg

864-585-2413

Sunshine Inn 578 N Church St | Spartanburg

864-585-4311

 

Super 8 Motel 488 S Blackstock Rd | Spartanburg

864-576-2488

  

Super 8 Motel 1515 Hwy 101 South | Greer

864-848-1626

  

Super Lodge 416 E Main St | Spartanburg

864-585-6451

Travelers Inn 820 Hospitality Dr | Spartanburg

864-578-9450

USA Economy Lodge 7136 Asheville Hwy | Spartanburg

864-503-0780

Value Place 255 Frontage Rd | Duncan

864-486-9998

Villager Inn & Suites 462 E Main St | Spartanburg

864-585-3621





The Official Spartanburg VIsitors Guide 2013