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Outdoor Adventure

Usually getaways mean laying off your normal exercise routine for a few days, but that doesn't have to be the case when you visit Spartanburg. Stay active with our abundance of parks, trails, sports facilities, lakes, rivers, and other outdoor amenities.

Get Out.

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.

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Lake Edwin Johnson

Lake Edwin Johnson is a 40 acre fertilized lake providing largemouth bass, bluegill, shellcracker, and catfish fishing opportunities. The lake is located at the end of State Road 359 off of SC 295 between Spartanburg and Pacolet.

Motlow Creek Equestrian Center

We have something for everyone! Our team of professionals work together to make sure you are truly satisfied with your equestrian experience ~ whether you are just learning to ride or an avid competitor.

River Falls Plantation

River Falls features an exciting, 18 hole, Gary Player Signature golf course to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Our lush, rolling fairways and Diamond Zoysia greens are bordered by the South Tyger River.

Vic Bailey Subaru Bike Park

The Vic Bailey Subaru Bike Park is a community collaboration located off the Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail behind the Flock Shop in Spartanburg, SC. The park includes bicycle features like the wood and dirt flow trails which take mountain bikers on a roller coaster experience with little pedaling and braking necessary. Other features for slightly advanced riders include the wooden banked turn, pump track, and more. The park was made to suit all skill levels, built with progressive features so you can start small and advance at your own pace. There’s something for everyone to enjoy, but remember that safety comes first.