Home of the Tryon International Equestrian Center. Just across the state line. Check out their website.
From antique's to Amish furniture, a town full of horse enthusiasts, great food and a town full of history. Don't miss out on this quaint town on the NC/SC border.
Travelers Rest, SC
Take the Swamp Rabbit trail from here to downtown Greenville, SC. Enjoy the food and atmosphere that comes from the history only TR can claim.
Over the last decade, Greenville, SC has become a southern destination for concert goers, outdoor enthusiasts, and foodies alike. Consistently receiving national recognition for its downtown revitalization, Greenville has been named among the "Top 18 Coolest Towns in America" (Men's Journal 2011), "Top 100 Places to Live" (Relocate-America.com 2011), "Best Small Cities for Cycling" (Bicycling Magazine 2012), "Best City Parks" (US Airways Magazine 2011), "Best Towns" (Outside Magazine 2013), and the "Next Big Food City of the South" (Esquire 2013).
With its close proximity to the Appalachian Mountains, and only a three hour drive to the beaches of Charleston, it's easy to see why so many are making the stop in Greenville. Below are some of our top picks for must-sees, all less than a day's drive from Glassy View Bed and Breakfast.
Outdoor/ Sports Enthusiasts:
Mount Mitchell State Park (Highest mountain east of the Mississippi - 6,684')