Waterfalls, a winery and happy cows all are on the agenda when you take a day trip to scenic southern Greenville County.
Springtime in the South means that snakes are on the move. Watch your step and know what to do should you encounter one.
If you’re looking for a way to reset and recharge, the National Park Service is inviting you to enjoy the outdoors, learn a little history and perhaps visit a new place during National Park Week, April 17-25. There are three national parks right here in the Upstate.
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.
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.
From springtime’s explosion of growth and summertime’s swims, to fall leaf peeping and winter bird watching, nature writes the script for Jocassee Lake Tours.
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.
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.