When you talk about Greenville, it's easy to think of the city itself - even just the downtown area - and stop right there. The truth is that there are numerous large and small towns all around the city that add their own special flavor to the community, and help make the greater Greenville area the very special destination that it is.
Once a stopover for folks making their way west over the Blue Ridge Mountains, Travelers Rest is in the midst of revamping its Main Street with new restaurants, bakeries, shops and a seasonal farmers' market. The city's location, north of Greenville at the terminus of the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail, is also close to many of the Upcountry's state parks. More
Taylors, South Carolina is an unincorporated area of Greenville County situated between Greenville and Greer. Historically, the area featured the Chick Springs Resort, one of the first vacation destinations in the region. The Southern Bleachery and Print Works employed over a thousand people during the height of the textile industry in the Greenvil More
Established in 1873 as a station along the railway line between Charlotte and Atlanta, Greer claims a downtown historic district that ranks as a destination in its own right. Shops, restaurants, wine bars and 19C architecture draw both locals and visitors to this compact National Historic District. If speed is your need, check out the BMW Zentrum.
Located in beautiful Upstate South Carolina, Mauldin is a progressive community of approximately 24,000 people. Mauldin is centrally positioned, in Greenville County, between Atlanta and Charlotte. Mauldin boasts 78 acres of parks and greenways, 11 bike trails and a Cultural Center that hosts 30,000 people and 1,000 events annually.