4.5 based on 18 reviews
I played here with a customer and the course was in great shape especially for this time of year. They do a great job ok keeping this course maintained.
The green were not as fast as normal but still fast.
The staff is always great to work with.
I cant wait to go back.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
A beautiful spot that is a throwback in time. The only remaining covered bridge in SC, this spot has hiking trails, a babbling creek, the remnants of a historic home site and grist mill and picnic tables. Pack a lunch, bring a camera and learn some history. Just lovely.
5 based on 151 reviews
We are a production brewery that opened in downtown Spartanburg in 1997. We moved to our current location in 2009. It was the old dodge dealership built in the 50's. As of Feb 2018 we offer food and hope you will come share a pint and eat where the beer is made. Open: Tues-Fri 3pm to 10pm ; Sat 11am to 10pm. Live music in tap room Thurs, Fri, Sat Cheers!
Stopped in at RJ Rockers Brewing late in the afternoon to check out the beer selections and the place. Jessica was 'on duty' that day and what a delightful, personable and very knowledable young woman. We talked about the beer offerings on tap that day...MoreMGordon, We agree Jess is awesome! Peachy King is big and is made with 150 pounds of SC peaches in each batch. Food side is open and we hope you make it back to eat soon! thank you for your support. Henry
4.5 based on 228 reviews
The park is located in a beautiful rural area. It's a bit off the main road, but definitely worth your time, especially if you like history.
The National Park Service rangers and the volunteers that run the place were all very friendly, answered all my questions, and went out of their way to make me feel welcome. The Visitor Center is small but is PACKED with displays, exhibits and a great movie. It's actually surprising to see how much they fit into a small building!
The gift shop is very small, but has pretty much any souvenir you could want. They of course have the stamp for your National Park Service passport book, though can always stamp just about anything else to remember your visit! In addition to the Cowpens National Battlefield stamp, you can also get the stamp for the Overmountain Victory National History Trail.
This is a wonderful place to get lost in nature. Running/walking trails take you all around the beautiful wooded area, or you can drive the 3-mile "loop" and stop to read all the historical markers and information boards.
Even if you're not interested in Revolutionary War history, this is a place you should visit, for the beauty of the site, and the QUIET that surrounds you when you're there.
4 based on 6 reviews
The course seems pretty plain at first but this golf course is anything but plain – a great Tom Jackson design. A housing development course where after the first hole (my first tee shot was pulled into someone's back yard) the housing is unobtrusive.
It has an outstanding variety of holes, long/short, up/down, straight/right/left, and a few forced water carries into the greens. The check-in process was awesome and the starter and rangers were great.
I of course played the ladies tees but my husband had a little trouble deciding which tees to play; you either have to go with 5500 or 6300 yard tees. They should consider creating hybrid tees such as par 4 holes from the 5500 yard tees and par 3/5 from the longer tees to split the difference. He ended up playing the shorter tees which made a few of the par 4s too short which was better for him than the longer tees which had several par 4s that were 400+ yards.
The bunkers were generally flat bottomed and appear to have recently been replaced. The greens are Zoysia grass; which I have never seen before. They were a bit slow at this time of year but otherwise they were perfect. Not a single ball mark or any imperfections at all.
The range and practice green was nice and the practice bunker/short game area was good but used a common Bermuda green.
5 based on 66 reviews
Our vineyard and winery rest below the beautiful St. Anna Chapel, which is a part of the Eastern Diocese of the Russian Church Outside of Russia. Visitors to Russian Chapel Hills Winery will perhaps be most delighted at being able to visit an authentic, 17th century stile Russian chapel. It is our heritage. You are welcome to discover a new experience in our estate winery.
Arrived right at opening so we had the tasting room to ourselves. This gave us a great opportunity to talk with the owner and learn of his Russian history, the history of the vineyards and the authentic Russian chapel that sits on the property overlooking the sea of grapes. Absolutely breathtaking! 3 big friendly dogs greet you as you drive up. Tasting of 8 wines cost $12. Definitely recommend the Mosaic red blend.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
I live in Greer and am very proud of this multi functional park. It also contains the City Hall. The pond, gazebo and fountain would be very restful but .... They blast pop music from loudspeakers which just ruins the whole experience. It's like being in some sort of communist re-education camp. It's a shame too because the park is beautiful.
5 based on 43 reviews
Micro distillery featuring SUGAR TIT MOONSHINE. Sweetest shine in the south. tm. Distilled six times for a smooth, sweet flavor. Free sample and Tours. Circa 1857 restored apothecary/country store in historic Reidville, SC. All moonshine made on premises from start to finish. Family recipes. Bring some home or buy as a gift. Gift certificates available. Family owned and run. Friendly atmosphere. Children welcome after all it is a science experiment in the flesh! Moonshine mercahndise available. Hats, shirts, glasses, koozies, also handmade leather. Antique and history lovers dream. MEET Whiskey our mascot Golderdoodle! The sweetest golden doodle in the south!
We visited Sugar Tit late in the afternoon on Monday the 6th. We were greeted by Mary. She proceeded to give us what amounted to a private tour and tasting as we were the only people there at the time. However....don't let that fool you....MoreThank you for your very kind words. Mary is our treasure, and we are happy you enjoyed your visit with us.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
We came here for the Spartanburg County geocaching challenge but immediately were impressed with this large and modern park.
There's lots of things to do for everyone, from disc golf, to organized softball and playgrounds. There is a neat sundial here and exhibits on solar and wind power.
It was very impressive!
4.5 based on 185 reviews
Hatcher Garden is a true treasure in Spartanburg, you can take a quiet walk along paved and natural paths or sit and enjoy the trees, flowers, sounds of water and songbirds. We enjoy taking our nephew along and looking at the plaques identifying the trees and shrubs, and we always stop and make a donation in the box on our way out to help support the garden.
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