834 Windslow Ave
Gaffney, SC 29341-2623
Phone: (864) 487-5337
Fax: (864) 487-5339
834 Windslow Ave , Gaffney, SC, US, 29341-2623
- Phone: (864) 487-5337
- Fax: (864) 487-5339
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.
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.
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.
Denny's Plaza in downtown Spartanburg is an open-air park that features local events.
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.
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.
This park is a great way to reflect on the revolutionary war that took place on October 7, 1980. Kings Mountain National Military Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, beautifully commemorates the Battle of Kings Mountain, which was a first major patriotic victory to have happened after the British invasion of Charleston in May 1780. No wonder Thomas Jefferson referred to it as a turning point event. The park offers an adventurous mix of camping, picnicking, hiking trails and a functional history farm. Admission is free and an average visit would probably take one to two hours.