Take a Tour of Spartanburg, SC.
Here you can find maps and guides, trails and tours that showcase some of Spartanburg’s rich heritage as well as its most spectacular outdoor recreation spots.
Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Featuring 14 stops, the tour touches on different chapters of the development of the urban space from the Revolutionary War era to the present. You'll discover the original town center, a wagon factory that is now a wine shop and an impressive Masonic Lodge that houses a bookstore, coffee bar, and bakery. The tour begins and ends at Morgan Square, and should take about an hour. www.hubcitytour.com to take this tour on your GPS enabled device or download the printed guide.
A Tour of Textile Town
Spartanburg’s textile industry began in 1816, and the community grew to become one of the nation’s mightiest textile centers. This tour explores this history. The half day tour offers an overview with a breakfast and lunch option. The full day provides an in-depth adventure with an opportunity for three meals. textiletowntour.com to take this self-guided driving tour on your GPS enabled device or download the printed guide.
Grown in Spartanburg: A Tour of Farms, Farm Stands and Markets
From peaches and pumpkins, to strawberries and hayrides, visitors can enjoy farm-fresh products and plan family activities thanks to a new tour that highlights agricultural offerings throughout Spartanburg County.
Spartanburg Music Trail
Explore almost 200 years of music making history in about 30 minutes. This tour highlights musicians from the area who have made a national or international impact in the world of music. Spartanburgmusictrail.com to take this self-guided walking tour on your GPS enabled device or download the printed guide.
Croft State Park
The park covers more than 7,000 acres and features over 50 miles of trails.The map includes things to do, multi-use trails and highlights the most popular passages. HikeCroft.com to have an interactive map on your GPS enabled device or download the printed guide.
The Cottonwood Trail
The map & guide provides directions, length of the trails, and descriptions of wildlife viewing opportunities in one of Spartanburg’s most popular greenspaces. Just five minutes from downtown, this 115-acre nature preserve features over 5 miles of trails. Download the printed map.
Download your free printable bicycle map and start exploring all that Spartanburg has to offer. Each map can easily be printed at home, and folded into a handy pocket size that is perfect for the trails.
Discover more of Spartanburg with this free Visitors Guide. Over 100 pages of activities and events. Don’t want to download 100 pages? Click here to have one mailed to you.
Geocache Trail Maps
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A Breakfast Tour of Spartanburg
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Strawberry Hill USA
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