Spartanburg: A City full of History and a Lover of Nature
A gem within the northern part of South Carolina, Spartanburg is known as the HUB City of Upstate SC. It is very famous for its manufacturing of textile and railroad hub. This is also the fourth largest county in South Carolina. Spartanburg, SC got its name from the Spartan Regiment formed in September 1775. To get to South Carolina's pride, fly via the Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport to which best hotel rates are waiting for you after a long tiring flight.
Best Time to Visit
Plan your vacation at Spartanburg, South Carolina ahead of time during February, July and October as these months are when tourists go the most. You can enjoy low hotel rates and plane tickets during the month of November. May, July and September are considered to have warm weather and is recommended for camping and fishing activities.
What to Do & Area Attractions
While relaxing at top Spartanburg, South Carolina hotels like Spartanburg Marriott, Courtyard Spartanburg and Clevedale Historic Inn and Gardens, you can find Morgan Square with the famous statue of Gen. Daniel Morgan who led soldiers to a revolutionary war in 1781. Another known landmark in this city is the Jammie Seay House which is the oldest existing residence of a war veteran who died in 1850. Your family will also love camping at Croft State Park. Experience nature at its finest and take the time to do strolling and biking Cleveland Park. Fishing can also be a fun-filled activity for fishing enthusiasts at this park.