If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, look no further! This one is all for the...
Do you love the great outdoors? Upstate SC is the place for you. There is plenty of hiking, biking, boating, fishing and anything else you can think of in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
The City of Greenville has gone to the dogs, literally! “The Big Dog Show” installation of 20 corten steel sculptures...
A Flocking Good Time will be happening at Glendale Shoals Preserve & Waterfalls on April 28th in Spartanburg. Spartanburg Area...
As the oldest steeplechase in North Carolina, nearly a century of tradition surrounds the Tryon Block House Races attracting generations of families from across the region who have attended not just for years, but for decades.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established in 1926. Almost a hundred years later it’s the most visited of all the national parks. And today, Ingles Open Road is visiting one of its very special places, Cataloochee Valley.
The Ingles Open Road visits a North Carolina National Heritage Site three miles south of the picturesque town of Saluda. It’s a 268-acre glen that houses a gem on Colt Creek. Welcome to Pearson’s Falls.
The third major improvement project along the Anderson County portion of the Saluda River Blue Trail was unveiled this week with the opening of the Sen. M.W. Gambrell Access Park at Belton Landing.
The hills and hollers around Hagood Mill Historic Site in Pickens will come alive with tall tales and scary stories of Appalachia when the Storytelling Festival and Liars Competition comes to the mill this weekend, Oct. 15 and 16.