Pack up your kayak, lace up your hiking boots, grab your fishing rod, and adjust your bike seat because we’ve got miles and miles of blueways and greenways just begging to be explored.
Whether you’re coming for a sports tournament, one of our signature events, or just to catch a breath of fresh air, we think you’ll find that Spartanburg is brimming opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.
Come enjoy a stroll through the garden and relax in the beauty of nature. Hatcher Garden provides the perfect backdrop for a picnic and is a great place to “unwind.”
Southern charm still exists. Nestled in the mountains of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Heddles Hideaway offers scenic golf with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Developed through a partnership with Spartanburg-based R.L. Jordan Oil Co., Partnership for Active Youth, and the City of Spartanburg, the Hot Spot Skate Park was the first public concrete skate park in the state of South Carolina. The park includes street-style features such as steps, rails, boxes, ramps and ledges. The park also includes a flow course with a pyramid, two half-pipes with escalators, a spine, camel hump, an eight-foot quarter-pipe leading back into the pyramid, and a mini bowl!
The Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail is a 1.9 mile rail-to-trail conversion from a former Norfolk Southern railroad corridor.
Connecting paddlers of all skill levels to over 2,500 miles of scenic waterways and detailed trips in South Carolina
The mission of Triple Tree has been clearly stated; it is To Ignite and Expand the Passion for Aviation.
With 12 fields, a championship stadium and unmatched site amenities, Tyger River Park is South Carolinas premier baseball and softball tournament facility.
No matter the sport or event, whether it is a youth volleyball camp, an Upward Stars Basketball travel team, or an adult soccer league, we at Upward Star Center are intentional about using the Gospel of Christ as the driving force behind every sports program. We are a team, passionate about using sports as an outlet to get our athletes to the next level on and off the court.
Magnificently situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this Russell Breeden designed 18 hole golf course, opened for play in 1969. Village Greens, located on Asheville Highway in Gramling, South Carolina, features a challenging 6,372 yards from the longest tees and plays on bermudagrass to a par 72.