What to Do and Where to Be in 2023

What to Do and Where to Be in 2023

As the calendar turns from 2022 to 2023, there’s no shortage of options to experience, or reexperience, everything new Spartanburg County has to offer. Use this guide throughout the new year as encouragement to taste and try new things, whether it’s a new local restaurant, an untested outdoor adventure, or a chance to get creative. EAT A LOCAL BURGER, WIN A LOCAL PRIZE

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Fall College Sports in Spartanburg

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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A Day with Your Dog in Spartanburg

A Day with Your Dog in Spartanburg

As summer winds down and the temperatures begin to fall, it gets easier for you and your four-legged friend to leave the much-needed A/C behind and explore together. Spartanburg County is home to many pet-friendly businesses and attractions, but we wanted to make a day with your dog in Spartanburg easy so use this dog-friendly itinerary to plan your dog-day morning, afternoo

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Top 5s: Your 2022 Carolina Panthers Training Camp Fan Guide

Top 5s: Your 2022 Carolina Panthers Training Camp Fan Guide

Five Great Restaurants to Visit Flock Shop, located along the Mary Black Rail Trail, is Spartanburg’s home for all things fried chicken, including their take on Nashville Hot Chicken. The menu is guaranteed to have your favorite piece of fried chicken, along with chicken tenders and chicken sandwiches. The classic “Freebird” sandwich is served just with pickles, a

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Spartanburg’s Best Off-The-Field Offerings with Kristyn Smith

Spartanburg’s Best Off-The-Field Offerings with Kristyn Smith

  Get off the field or the court and experience more of what Spartanburg County has to offer. From delicious food to peaceful scenery, use this guide to maximize your time in Spartanburg with OneSpartanburg, Inc. Director of Sports Tourism Management Kristyn Smith. Of the tournaments you’ve hosted in Spartanburg, which are you most proud of, and why? I think it

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Celebrate Spring in Spartanburg

Celebrate Spring in Spartanburg

Few things in life are more joyous than the first few days of Spring after a long Winter. Just imagine it with us: feeling the warm, golden rays of sun on your skin, hearing birds chirping with glee, seeing flowers blooming, and smelling fresh air after being cooped up in the house since around Thanksgiving. Yeah, that's the good stuff. This year the groundhog gave us

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