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Named one of the Best US Small Towns for a Summer Vacation by Travel + Leisure, Travelers Rest is famous for its excellent food scene, easy access to outdoor recreation, and overall friendliness. Start your day out with a walk on part of the 27-mile Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, or with crepes and coffee at Tandem Crepery. There is a range of local shops and restaurants to explore, as well as hiking trails and waterfalls on the outskirts.


There is something for everybody in downtown Greenville, SC. Are you a foodie? Choose from a diverse array of restaurants on Main Street. In need of retail therapy? Explore the locally-owned boutiques and outfitter stores. For live music fans, The Peace Center and the Bon Secours Arena host a variety of acts throughout the year, from musicals to stand-up comics and legendary bands. Festivals like Artisphere, Fall for Greenville, the weekly Greenville Heritage Main Street Fridays concerts, and the TD Saturday Market keep the energy going. Downtown Greenville has something for people of all interests.


The Alston is minutes away from The Village of West Greenville, the city's growing arts district. This part of town places a heavy emphasis on walkability and creativity, with a range of local shops and projects. Buy a bike or have yours repaired at Village Wrench, a nonprofit bicycle store that provides education for local youth. Afterward, ride it to Rise Bakery for artisan bread, Bar Margaret for drinks and burgers, or The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery for locally sourced food and artisan goods.