Blacksburg is a small town in Cherokee County, South Carolina, United States. The population was 1,848 at the 2010 census. The communities of Cherokee Falls, Kings Creek, Cashion Crossroads, Buffalo, and Mount Paran are located near the town.
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4.5 based on 76 reviews
The park is the site of a historic Herschell-Spillman carousel.
We visited Shelby Park to see the classic and historic carousel. Since we were from out of town, Tommy let us in to see the carousel before the official opening time. What a treat!! The carousel was beautiful, excellently restored and maintained. Tommy, himself a carousel buff, told us the history of the carousel. He was very cordial and we appreciated his friendliness. A real highlight of our trip to North Carolina. We had a picnic in the perk.
4.5 based on 223 reviews
This was a nice three hour visit. I visited the Visitor Center, watched the movie, had a picnic lunch and then walked the 1.5 mile Battlefield Trail. I would recommend proceeding counter-clockwise from the Visitor Center--maybe a little less steep in that direction. There are plenty of nice benches along the way to rest and contemplate; I especially enjoyed the audio option, so take your cellphone to enjoy the narration along the way. And, as an added treat, at the tall white monument there were thousands of swarming lady bugs--a first for everything.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
This is a lovely park with oodles of parking. The mountains have several trials that range from easy to...Elizabeth I'm coming to join ya (In my Feed Sanford voice). We took the Pinnacle trail. It took us about 2 hours...it is one of the strenuous trails...so if you're not about that life...don't take that one lol. Lots of opportunities for photography if you're into nature photography. Also has camp grounds if you wish to rough it over night. I think there is a cost...just check the website.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We thought this was the gateway to the peach farm-it is not. Just a unique water tower that’s kind of cool, and peachy!
5 based on 3 reviews
Rivers have always been of critical importance to man but today, we tend to take them for granted. They provide us our water. They are a habitat for wildlife. They are a recreational outlet. Yet, we take from them and seldom give back. The Broad River flows from the Blue Ridge Mountains and empties into the Atlantic tidewaters. For Native Americans, it was a pathway from the foothills to the sea. Its meandering course and mild currents made travel along it relatively easy. Today, the river's importance to natural ecosystems and to our needs is understood more fully. Its scenic and recreational importance is also understood, Parts of the river in South Carolina have been designated a "state scenic river". In 1994, citizens of Cleveland County galvanized into action to preserve part of the Broad River near Boiling Springs, NC. In a unique public/private partnership, a 448-acre tract of land along the both sides of a stretch of 1.5 miles of river was purchased and deeded to Cleveland County and the Town of Boiling Springs. A governing volunteer body, the Broad River Council, was formed to manage it. Since that time, the council has guided the development of what is called the Broad River Greenway, following a twenty-year master plan. Shelters, picnic areas, handicapped accessible trails and additional property acquisition have been the initial priorities.
The Broad River Greenway has 13 miles of natural surface trails weaving through this 1500 acre park. I usually bring my dog, she prefers a natural surface to a concrete sidewalk. We have a 9-mile loop following the perimeter of the park that offers a challenging terrain with several creek crossings.
4 based on 78 reviews
almost too quiet here, after visiting the federal park next door...this was a let down. not much to see. farm and trails, ponds =ok. I did like the waterfall. Kind of run down place. maybe campers like it...
4 based on 106 reviews
Located just 50 minutes south of Charlotte, Gaffney Outlet Marketplace is located in the heart of the Carolina foothills, en route to many major southern destinations including Asheville, Greenville and the Blue Ridge Parkway.The center's location is ideal for groups or as a day trip for visitors. Gaffney Premium Outlets is easily accessible directly off of I-85 at Exit 90 just after the giant Gaffney peach water tower. Local and regional Shop & Stay packages are available.
This is a small outlet but a good place to stop on I-85 and stretch your legs. There are many name stores and a small clean food court to with an on duty hostess to give local information. Parking is busy on the front I-85...MoreChinhome, we are very happy we could provide you with a positive experience! Thank you, and have a fantastic day!
5 based on 53 reviews
We saw 70s/80s country music/broadway star Gary Morris at this renovated movie theater. It was a great venue for a man, his guitars and his amazing vocal range. There are no bad seats in the house and those seats are comfortable. There is a bar, although no food and drink in the actual theater.
5 based on 47 reviews
This is a extremely interesting place to visit. Let me share upfront I am not a real fan of bluegress music. This Center is to celebrate and honor a real master in music who changed a sound, found a place in history and touched million...MoreWe are thrilled that you had a wonderful time! Common Threads is something we recommend to all because of the amazing features it has!
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Come with friends never alone. Take a guided tour through the Haunted Trail where fear is the only energy you feel as you enter the shadowy forest surrounded by unusual sounds and shapes your body starts to quiver, your heart pounds heavily in anticipation and before you could even brace yourself your group number is called. It is now time for you to start your epic journey through the seemingly endless hollow that is Booger Jim's Haunted Trail. If you are brave enough to make it through the trail your horrifying night is not yet over. You exit the trail and you enter into an unguided nightmare of a Real Haunted House that will send chills so far up your spine that you’ll feel it for a year. Ticket includes For both The Scariest Haunted House and the Haunted Trail. Ride Booger Jim's Haunted Hayride for only $1.00 For more info on the Best Haunted House and more Haunted Houses in NC visit our web site.
Owner has small children working at the trail without supervision. We saw one little kid (maybe 6 or 7 yrs old) lock a customer inside a port-a-potty. Poorly managed.
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