Birdwatching is a favorite pastime in South Carolina, which is home to hundreds of year-round and migrating species. And it’s become a new hobby for many who discovered birding while quarantined because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
As large craft shows, festivals and farmers markets fell by the wayside during this year’s coronavirus pandemic, Kendall Faust found a way to take products to the people with The Neighborhood Markets.
Tourism in Anderson County received another boost this week when ground was broken on The Shores of Asbury, the county’s first RV resort on the shores of Lake Hartwell.
While the coronavirus pandemic has slowed travel and tourism in many parts of the country, it has spurred a rediscovery of South Carolina’s Upstate region.
On horseback is one of the most memorable ways to see the Upstate’s most rugged and scenic spots, including Jocassee Gorges and the waterfalls of neighboring North Carolina.
The kudos keep coming for Greenville and the Upstate, with the Swamp Rabbit Trail recently ranking sixth on the list of Best Fall Foliage Bike Trails in the U.S., published by TimeOut, a global media and leisure company.
The Upstate is getting ready to cut loose with color as fall’s sunny days and cool nights transform the vibrant green forest foliage into a brilliant palette of oranges, reds, golds and pinks. It’s time to gather up the family and take to the mountains for that annual rite of autumn — leaf peeping.
The owners of the Saluda River Rambler in Piedmont are hosting a Full Moon Paddle on Saturday, October 2, where participants will enjoy a moonlit trip up the Saluda River from Pelzer toward Piedmont.