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Spartanburg, SC 29301
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The Northwest Recreation Center is run by the city of Spartanburg's Parks and Recreation department. Whether these events and year-round programs are indoors, outdoors, something educational, recreational or otherwise, the center is an asset to everyone, young and old, for the betterment of their community. The recreation center itself features a basketball-court gym, two multi-purpose rooms, assembly and meeting area, computer lab, and weight room. Some of the programs include a summer day camp, dog obedience, computer classes, and reading programs.
Morgan Square is in the center of downtown Spartanburg. Located in the city's historic district, this public-space is host to many local events.
Denny's Plaza in downtown Spartanburg is an open-air park that features local events.
Hot Spot Skate Park is first concrete park in the state of South Carolina. Opened on June 3, 2009, this skate park spans a total of 21,000 square feet (1950.963 square meters) of concrete featuring street skate structures as well as traditional style boarding ramps. These and other structures throughout make for some creative skate tricks. The facility is operated by Spartanburg's Park and Recreation department. Skate lessons are offered every Wednesday, and skaters must sign a liability waiver.
Championship 18 hole, par 72 golf course that features Bermuda fairways and grills and offers both walking paths and golf carts. A driving range, grill, and well stocked pro shop are also on site.
Beautiful 18 hole, par 72 golf course that features bent grass greens and offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels. A driving range, swimming pool, and fully stocked pro shop are also on site and a variety of golf packages are available.
Enjoy the thrill of driving one of the best cars in the world at the BMW Performance Center. Car lovers are sure to be delighted here as you can build your own BMW vehicle and test drive it as well as add accessories and jazz up your own BMW ride. Enjoy taking laps in their ski pads and customize your car to make it your own person mean machine. Also avail of the driving courses here with the help of their excellent simulators.
Designed by renowned architect Tom Jackson, this championship 18 hole, par 72 golf course features plush bent grass and includes a driving range, putting greens, a full service clubhouse, and a fully equipped pro shop.
Cleveland Park is just one of the many public spaces where Greenville denizens can enjoy the southern sun. There are more than 35 different parks within city limits, and this one (in addition to Falls Park on the Reedy) is as urban as it gets. The park opened to the public in 1928 and the entire area covers 122 acres (49.37 hectares) of land along the the Reedy River. The area has picnic shelters, fitness trails, volleyball and tennis courts, a softball field and tons of playgrounds scattered throughout the park. Specific attractions in the park include the Greenville Zoo, the Rock Quarry Garden, Fernwood Nature Trail and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
There is only one golf course in the world that has each hole conceived by a different designer. It is Crosswinds Golf Club in Greenville, South Carolina, and the reason you have never heard of it is because it is an 18-hole, par-3 course. What otherwise might have been just another fun-to-play ,but quickly forgettable par-3 layout is instead both fun-to-play and rather memorable.
The Simpsonville Heritage Park is a great place to spend outdoors. Not only are there grounds enough to run and play in but the Charter Amphitheatre is also located here. There are paved trails for biking and hiking as well as six baseball and softball fields that include batting cages.
Though this park has its own Lake Placid, it's not necessarily the snowy retreat as the place with same name in the Adirondacks. The 1540-acre (623-hectare) Paris Mountain State Park began during the Great Depression and since then, it has provided a green getaway for Greenville and Spartanburg families. The visitors center is located in a renovated bathhouse and it holds exhibits, maps and other information about the surrounding flora and fauna. Some of the activities include boating, hiking, swimming, biking and many other pursuits in the Great Outdoors.