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Inside Scoop

You’re in the right place for more information on all-things Spartanburg! Since our Insiders know the area better than anyone, let their expert suggestions guide you to the very best our growing county has to offer!

Highlights

We totally thought multiple craft breweries and our annual festivals would be enough to convince you to visit, but if you’re still looking for a sign it’s time to start planning your trip, you’ll probably find it in these recent highlights:

Hidden Gems in Spartanburg

Spartanburg’s dining culture roots run deep. From the early days of Colonials using the area for hunting and crops, to textile mill employees eating at delicatessens across the county, to that slice of Americana of enj

Where to Be in 2024

Spartanburg hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year, with the action really kicking up a notch as spring sweeps across the area. Keep up with the entirety of our community’s Events Calendar and keep reading

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Discover Spartanburg’s Historic Sites

By Florence Cope, special to OneSpartanburg, Inc. Spartanburg is chock full of history dating back to the country’s founding. From Revolutionary War battles and American icons to being the epicenter of the textile i

Visiting Peter’s Creek Preserve

By Tim Marsh, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. When I first arrived in Spartanburg as the new Writer-in-Residence at the Hub City Writers Project, there was naturally a lot I needed to learn. ...

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Disc Golf – Spartanburg County Style

Disc Golf – Spartanburg County Style

By Susan A. Sistare, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. Updated for accuracy in April 2019. Disc Golf from Joe Canali on Vimeo. Not far off of Highway 9 in Boiling Springs, my friend Rhonda ...

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A New Spin on History – Renovated Textile Mills

A New Spin on History – Renovated Textile Mills

By Brad Wright, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. For anyone who doesn’t know, Spartanburg takes its nickname of “Hub City” from the town’s history as a crossroads for multiple regional ...

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Railroads in Spartanburg – Creating the Hub City

Railroads in Spartanburg – Creating the Hub City

By Sharon Purvis, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. Hub City Farmers Market, Hub City Writers Project, Hub-bub, Hub Diggity, the Culinary Hub—it’s impossible not to notice that an awful lot ...

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Spartanburg Taking to the Skies

Spartanburg Taking to the Skies

By Sharon Purvis, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. When Charles Lindbergh visited South Carolina on his tour of the 48 states following his historic Atlantic crossing in 1927, he came to ...

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Grist for the Mill

Grist for the Mill

By Meredith Hardwicke, produced in cooperation with the HubCity Writers Project. For those with a love of history in their blood, it’s no secret that Spartanburg is abundant in centuries-old treasures. And ...

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