226 Hi-Tech Rd
Seneca, SC 29678
Phone: (864) 888-8300
Fax: (864) 888-0395
A large variety of singletrack and fire road trails are available at this area that will provide hours of fun for the die-hard cyclist. There are also trails for hiking and horseback riding.
This beautiful garden that covers more than 295-acres is located on the campus of Clemson University, about 45-minutes away from downtown Greenville. The garden features nature trails, pathways, ponds, streams, woodlands, all of which highlight the beauty of South Carolina's foliage. The Fran Hanson Discovery Center and the Bob Campbell Geology Museum are two exhibition places within the garden and the latter features more than 10,000 different items which include fossils, lapidary objects and archaic anthropological artifacts.
Home of the nationally ranked Clemson University golf team, this beautiful 18 hole, par 72 golf course is surrounded by hardwood forests and features bent greens and rolling hills. A full service driving range, fully stocked pro shop, putting grill, and restaurant are also on site.
This odd, yet necessary remnant of Antebellum engineering is located in the Sumter National Forest about an hour west of Greenville. In the late 1850's, the long-mentioned idea to cut the distance between Charleston and the Ohio River Valley came to fruition. It was originally conceived to be one of the longest tunnels to pierce the mighty Blue Ridge Mountains, however due to the subsequent Civil War, the tunnel was never completed. Today, the tunnel is the man-made attraction that draws people in, along with the nearby Isaqueena Falls.
This park lies a short distance north of Lavonia and Atlanta on Highway 328. It is well situated for an adventurous camping excursion. The park features 20 cottages, 108 tent and trailer camp sites, five primitive backpacking sites, seven picnic shelters, and one group shelter. Private boats and water-skiers are always welcome on the lake, canoes are available for rent, and fishing is permitted. Nature trails, a beach, tennis courts, and other amenities ensure that visitors will never lack new experiences.
Lighted from April through October at night on select days, this public nine hole, par 29 golf course features Bermuda greens, narrow and tree lined fairways, and fast medium sized greens. An onsite pond comes into play during the round.
Oconee State Park is a 1165-acre (472-hectare) landscape with various recreational activities to do around. Some of the most interesting things on offer here are fishing, camping, and boating in the park lakes. Picnic arrangements are available, thus attracting a lot of visitors.
The Architects of Golf lists Fred Bolton as the original designer of this 18 hole, par 72 golf course, although Russell Breeden has worked on the course. The course was built in 1932 and features Bermuda grass fairways and bent grass greens. A practice green, bar, snack bar, and fully stocked pro shop are on site.
The Chattooga River provides the water from Georgia to South Carolina and at this protected preserve located in the Oconee State Park, the river forms both states' border. It's inevitably the centerpiece as it flows into Tugaloo Lake and though many come for the exciting river rafting, there are still plenty of different activities in-and-around the river, such as fishing and trail hikes. Nonetheless, bring suitable footwear because your bound to get wet.
One of the finest whitewater rafting outfitters in the nation, this full service outfitter company specializes in professional whitewater rafting on the Chattanooga, Nantahala, Pigeon, and Ocoee Rivers.
This player-friendly, championship 18 hole, par 72 golf course features bent grass greens and walking paths plus includes a fully equipped golf shop and a restaurant with banquet facilities on site.
Designed by Tom Jackson, this 18 hole, par 72 Bermuda grass golf course features firm, flat greens and includes a fully stocked pro shop, driving range, putting green, and sand and chipping areas.