Ever wonder how things are made or designed? Do you ever look at an everyday object and ask yourself just how it works? If so the current exhibit at the Upcountry History Museum is just for you! The newest Smithsonian exhibit called “Things Come Apart” made its national debut here in Upstate South Carolina. This… Read more »
The Victorious Vineyards Breaks Tradition
Congratulations Cliffs Vineyards Team! Tradition was broken this year at the 2016 Keowee Cup Golf Tournament with the Vineyards team emerging victorious with this year’s Lake Keowee Cup. The Ryder Cup fashioned tournament has customarily been won in past events by the hosting team, with the Vineyards winning the inaugural tournament in 2013. In… Read more »
“The President’s Own” Marine Band in Concert!
Upstate South Carolina is to have a special treat this week with the United States Marine Band! Part of their national tour, “The President’s Own” U.S. Marine Band will be at Mauldin High School (701 E. Butler Road, Mauldin, SC 29662) on Thursday, October 27th. The concert begins at 7:30pm and will be around 2… Read more »
Gorgeous Gorges Colors: Saturday, October 15th
One of the many perks of living in The Cliffs Communities or in The Reserve at Lake Keowee is your access to the many wonderful state parks! One North Carolina park that is not too far across the state line is the Gorges State Park in Transylvania County. If you have not had the chance… Read more »
38th Annual Pumpkin Festival This Weekend!
Step out in the early morning and you can feel the coolness in the air. I am sure many are sad to see the end of summer but just equally, many are happy to see the arrival of autumn with the crisp fall air and changing of the leaves. One of the staples of autumn… Read more »
The Lake Keowee Cup | 2016
We’re just a few weeks away from the 2016 Lake Keowee Cup golf tournament when selected members of The Cliffs Vineyards, Falls and Springs at Lake Keowee will tee the ball up for a fierce but friendly competition. HISTORY The Lake Keowee Cup was conceived as a legacy tournament designed to build friendships between the… Read more »
Hawk Watch at Caesar’s Head State Park
Interested in taking in a stunning mountain view with the added bonus of seeing thousands of hawks on their migration path? Well, Caesar’s Head State Park is the place to be from now until the end of November. During this time, you are able to see hundreds of hawks per day as they head down… Read more »
The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
In today’s world, when deciding how to travel we typically plan based on the fastest route. But if you would like to take some time to enjoy the trip itself, consider taking a train ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad! Over 50 miles of track could be your basis for the next journey you… Read more »
Cowpens National Battlefield Celebrates Freedom!
South Carolina is rich in history. One of these locations is the Cowpens National Battlefield in Gaffney, South Carolina, right off of Scenic Highway 11. This national park preserves a major battlefield of the American Revolutionary Way. The victory for Brigadier General Daniel Morgan over the British army on January 17th, 1781 is considered one… Read more »
BellFest at Devils Fork State Park on Saturday, March 19th!
Spring is finally here – well, almost. Sunday, March 20th marks the first day of spring for 2016. A great way to kick off this season is to join the Friends of Jocassee for the 4th annual BellFest on Saturday, March 19th! This festival is practically in the backyard for residents at The Reserve at… Read more »