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Family-Friendly Ways to Beat the Summer Heat

School’s out and the heat is on. It can be tough to beat the sweltering temps and high humidity Spartanburg gets during the summer, but it’s not impossible. So, if you’re looking for family-friendly ways to handle the heat, grab some sunscreen, your best bathing suit and take a look at your options around Spartanburg. Barnet Park Splash Pad At the entrance of Barnet Park just across from the Chapman Cu

Splash into Spartanburg County: 10 cool ways to enjoy Spartanburg’s rivers and lakes

Vivid blues and greens. Breezes as relaxing as sighs. Crystalline waters rippling like smile lines. Thrushes and warblers soaring overhead as woodpeckers tap out a constant beat. Rivers and lakes abound with natural beauty. Spartanburg County, South Carolina is overflowing with ways to splash into the blue, whether you crave heart-pounding adventure or relaxing shoreline vistas. Spartanburg’s waterways ar

Drayton Mills Trail – A Getaway That’s Not Too Far Away

An urban trail in any city is a treat and retreat for both locals and visitors. It is a path of protected greenery that both skirts and winds through the concrete jungle of city life, giving walkers, runners, cyclists, and skaters a little time and distance to get back to nature without having to leave civilization. On Spartanburg’s east side, Drayton Mills Trail is one of those much sought-after jaunts that will a

Eating the Thai Way in Spartanburg

By Jan Scalisi , produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. There's a touch of Thailand in Spartanburg—and the number of locally owned restaurants that feature the well-known Thai staples of noodle dishes, spring rolls, delicious soups, curry, seafood, and spicy vegetables over rice might surprise a visitor to a mid-sized Southern town. These days, there are two thriving Asian cuisine restaurants w

A Visit to Walnut Grove

By Brad Steinecke, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. Whenever I visit Walnut Grove Plantation, I like to take a few minutes to walk out into the field facing the house and close my eyes. I enjoy letting the 21st century fade away, focusing on the quiet breeze and imagining the familiar natural landscape of the post-industrial Upstate transformed into its former self—the hardscrabble front