Located inside Westside Park just five minutes from downtown Greenville, TreeTop Quest Greenville is the Upstate’s first aerial adventure park with 88 obstacles and 27 ziplines on five courses for ages four and up.
Where to Live
Looking for a place to live in Upstate SC? We show you what is going on in the cities of Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson and Pickens counties.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, REALTORS to hold multi-location blood drive on July 29
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, REALTORS® and The Blood Connection are teaming up for a multi-location blood drive across the Upstate on Wednesday, July 29.
Church Street Heritage Plaza in Anderson pays tribute to city’s once vibrant African American center of commerce
Resting in the shadow of Anderson’s soon-to-be Home2 Suites by Hilton® is a tribute to a meaningful part of the city’s history called Church Street Heritage Plaza.
There is much potential in communication – the potential for productivity or for misunderstanding. During times of chaos and uncertainty, it is even more essential that we begin our conversations with care and compassion.
If you’ve attended one of their monthly sales, you know All About Fabrics, but you may not know that this fourth-generation Upstate textile company has a wholesale and export business that ships cloth and finished products to customers in more than 45 countries.
It’s National Hog Dog Day, a day to celebrate the culinary delight that’s an undeniable American favorite. To honor the day and the dog, Livin’ Upstate visited Skins’ Hotdogs where every day is hotdog day.
If you’d like to take a scenic stroll or a beautiful bike ride not far from the city, Lake Conestee Park Nature Preserve off Mauldin Road in Greenville County is the perfect place.
Greenville Downtown Airport has launched an art contest to highlight South Carolina Aviation Week, August 15 – 22. The winner will receive a $100 gift certificate to the airport’s Runway Café.
With more than 25 ice cream flavors and almost 10 varieties of its signature Freakshake, The Scoop Ice Cream Shop & Eats in Six Mile is a popular stop.
A creative planning firm specializing in community economic development for small- to medium-sized cities and towns, Arnett Muldrow & Associates is the company behind the branding, historic preservation and revitalization plans of several communities across the Upstate.
If you’re into fishing, kayaking, canoeing or simply a peaceful afternoon on the water, visit Lake Robinson in Greer SC. And if you don’t have a kayak or canoe of your own, Cole’s Bait Shop can fix you up.
Art Therapist Ginny Gaulin, owner of The Well Center in Pendleton, uses all forms of art to treat depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorders and other mental health conditions.
Axe throwing is one of the hottest new things to do and now Spartanburg has its own venue for tossing tomahawks.
Greenville’s annual Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue festival scheduled for July 4 has been canceled due to a significant increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases in the community.
From Raven Cliff Falls in northern Greenville County to Hikers Peril in northwestern Oconee County, the Upstate boasts waterfalls ranging in height from 40 feet to 700 feet.
Greer Soup Kitchen serves 100-120 meals seven days a week but feeding Greer’s hungry and homeless is just the beginning of what the organization’s more than 500 monthly volunteers are accomplishing.
Go Fund Me campaign aimed at preserving historic Soapstone Church and Slave Cemetery in Pickens County
The COVID-19 pandemic caused cancellation of some of the monthly fish fry fundraisers held at Soapstone Baptist Church in Pickens County, so a Go Fund Me campaign has been launched to help retire the historic church’s $46,000 mortgage.
Using everything from sawmill scraps to pieces found along the side of the road, Nathan Witt of Fiddlesticks Woodwerx turns Upstate trees into treasures.