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Sports & Outdoors

Enjoy Your Rounds

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Enjoy Your Rounds

The smell of freshly cut grass, the morning dew beneath your feet, the cascading hills of the course. Pack your clubs and head to Spartanburg for your next golf outing.  With room to safely socially distance, golf outings can be the perfect way to take a break from the headlines and get some fresh air. Courses across the county are adopting precautions to keep you safe such

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After an Afternoon on the Rail Trail

Thursday, September 17, 2020

After an Afternoon on the Rail Trail

We’ve gone over the activities you can find along the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail before. From a park for your four-legged friends, to an area where you can see how you’d rank among NFL prospects, to the paved walking/running/riding trail itself, the Rail Trail has a little something for everyone. But so too does the area around the Rail Trail. If you’re on th

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A Visit to Cleveland Park

Thursday, June 18, 2020

A Visit to Cleveland Park

One of the area’s most charming and most popular parks, the picturesque Cleveland Park has something for everyone looking to spend a few hours enjoying the outdoors in Spartanburg. Cleveland Park sits in the heart of Spartanburg, only a few minutes from downtown. The park has been renovated multiple times over the years, with its event center and clubhouse becoming a landm

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Outdoor Dining Across Spartanburg County

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Outdoor Dining Across Spartanburg County

Spartanburg’s food scene is full of authenticity, excitement, and innovation. And at several restaurants, the views aren’t bad either. As restaurants ramp back up to full service, consider these options for outdoor dining around Spartanburg County for a meal in the open-air. Heirloom: A Milltown Eatery Heirloom’s patio area is so large it’s actually two spaces.

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Guys Weekend in Spartanburg

Monday, February 24, 2020

Guys Weekend in Spartanburg

In need of a solid man-cation with your friends? Spartanburg has some great options for spending that quality time hanging out and catching up with your guys.  Where to Stay [caption id="attachment_5436" align="alignright" width="300"] Spend your nights under the stars at Croft State Park[/caption] Full of natural beauty and history, setting up camp at Croft State Park gi

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Spartanburg? More Like It’s-a-Slam-Dunk-Burg.

Friday, February 21, 2020

Spartanburg? More Like It’s-a-Slam-Dunk-Burg.

Every time New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson swats a shot into the stands or puts down a thunderous dunk, part of Spartanburg cheers. Zion, who’s verging on becoming a star identified by one name (think Beyoncé), brought Spartanburg’s basketball credibility to another level during his time at Spartanburg Day School, where he became a high school phenom. He t

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2019: Year In Review

Tuesday, January 07, 2020

2019: Year In Review

Now that the confetti is cleaned up, your resolutions are set, and the champagne has stopped bubbling it’s time to look back at everything that 2019 brought Spartanburg.  Food & Drink Food lovers rejoice! Last year Spartanburg saw new restaurants open up to eager eaters throughout the county with fresh choices and new concepts. Housed in the newly renovated Montgome

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Small Town Charm Around Spartanburg County

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Small Town Charm Around Spartanburg County

Whether you’re strolling past downtown Landrum storefronts in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains or taking in the fervor of new activity in Woodruff, it’s easy to see the small-town charm Spartanburg County has to offer. Towns across this upstate county are growing more and more vibrant as locals bring to life their creative visions for historic buildings

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Fall College Sports in Spartanburg

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Fall College Sports in Spartanburg

The start of fall in Spartanburg usually isn’t accompanied, at least not immediately, by cooler weather. The morning air starts cool, but the mercury settles decidedly higher in the afternoon. Despite that off-season warmth, Spartanburg is a great place to take in fall college sports.   Spartanburg’s a College Town, after all. Spartanburg sits a quick interstate

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An Afternoon on the Rail Trail

Thursday, August 29, 2019

An Afternoon on the Rail Trail

  Whether you’re looking to break in those new shoes, get your workout in, or take your four-legged friend for a walk in the fresh air, the Mary Black Rail Trail is the place for you. The Rail Trail, a two-mile trail just south of Downtown Spartanburg, is among Spartanburg’s most-popular amenities, giving residents and visitors alike the chance to enjoy the o

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