Let the kids drive…a go-kart.
Or school them in mini-golf at Frankies Fun Park. Go-Karts, Miniature Golf, Bumper Boats, Amusement Rides, Laser Tag, Batting Cages and an Arcade, with more than 100 arcade games, will fill up an afternoon. frankies.com/greenville
Over 250 residents from habitats all over the world live in this facility. Don't miss the reptile building. www.greenvillezoo.com
Meet the goats that make the cheese.
Split Creek Farm is a goat dairy and cheese processing farm with 350 goats, farm shops, goat milk products and folk art for sale. splitcreek.com
Battle of Kings Mountain
Visit the location of the turning point in the Revolutionary War. The battle of Kings Mountain lasted about one hour. Americans lost 28, Loyalists lost 225 and 716 were captured. Thomas Jefferson called it "The turn of the tide of success." www.nps.gov/kimo/index.htm
Cowpens National Battlefield
Here you'll learn why we don't speak with a British accent! Cowpens National Battlefield is home of a major battle during the American Revolution. Visit this site to find out more about the battle and how it changed the course of
Visit an Upcountry plantation built during the Revolutionary War. Home of Vice President and US Senator John C. Calhoun; later home of his daughter Anna and her husband, Thomas G. Clemson. The property and estate later became the beginnings of Clemson
Canopy Tours Offer High-Flying Thrills
Outdoor Insider Marie McAden zips across Academy Lake on Wildwater's Chattooga Ridge Canopy Tour. Man up, thrill seekers. The canopy tour — once reserved for jungle travelers — has gone mainstream. Today, South Carolina vacationers can fly from treetop to treetop at
Duncan Park Offers Mountain Biking Thrills
Duncan Park in Spartanburg offers six miles of heart-racing trails through the woods. Get ready to rumble! Spartanburg’s new mountain biking trail offers stump jumpers plenty of air-catching thrills. And this rock-’em, sock-’em ride is right in the middle of town. Opened
CityScape Winery is doing their part to keep glass out of our landfills
Glass recycling may no longer exist in Greenville – but Josh and Deb Jones, the owners of CityScape Winery, are definitely doing their part to keep glass out of our landfills (and keep our bellies full of Pineapple Riesling). The first