The Upstate SC

VOL11ISS1 2015

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 11 — ISSUE 1 18 UPSTATE LIVING Luxury is Affordable L u x u r y i s A f f o r d a b l e Tel: 864.968.1277 1560 Thornblade Blvd. Greer, SC 29650 www.oakleafvillagegreenville.com Call for a Complimentary Lunch & Tour! Assisted Living Memory Care www.SpartanburgHumane.org/AdoptMe 150 Dexter Rd • 864.583.4805, ext. 101 Your new best friend is waiting for you! Easley also places a focus on the arts with talented performances at the Easley Foothills Playhouse and educational offerings at the Fine Arts Center of Easley. In addition to strong business growth, Easley is dedicated to recreation, tourism, and the arts evidenced in modern sophisticated recreational facilities and a downtown featuring a water-feature park and outdoor amphitheater. Visitors to the Pickens County area can tour historic gristmills, hike trials, and visit natural waterfalls. The development of the Doodle Trail, a rails-to-trail project, will create a 7.4 mile multipurpose trail along an abandoned railroad line, connecting Pickens and Easley. The trail is projected to open on Memorial Day weekend. Hopkins said, "The Doodle Trail is by far the most exciting project for Easley in terms of shaping our future. Over time, it will redefine the sense of place for Easley." Powdersville continues to focus on local recreation and tourism efforts with the development of the Dolly Cooper Sports Complex, featuring the first floating ADA- accessible canoe launch in South Carolina, installed in 2012. The complex currently hosts the annual Saluda River Rally, attracting kayak enthusiasts from the southeastern region. It's a little quieter in Belton where a certain former country store at Saylords Crossroads is now home to "Grits and Groceries." Local Carolinians Heidi and Joe Trull, serve up 'real food, done real good,' in Cajun, Creole, and Southern cooking traditions. Pickens County is a place where museums tell the county's history and outdoor places call to those who love nature. Performing art venues, large and small also fnd their home in Pickens County. Art is enjoyed in all forms whether a production at Botanicals at Clemson's Brooks Center or community theater for a more intimate experience. >>

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