The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Strength of America Award. Greer High School is the first high school in South Carolina to receive the prestigious award. Selected from hundreds of schools eligible, it is recognized on the N SCA's website as "Strength in America" and as one of the nation's best high schools in strength and conditioning.
Whether you're hiking in the Parisian mountain park, picking peaches in the fishermen's garden or looking for treats at the barn flea market, Greer is a place of fun. If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy nature, there is no shortage of them. See what the city and its surroundings have to offer in our Around Greenville series.
Located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greer makes it easy for residents to spend the day outdoors and enjoy the beauty of the trails. In and around the city there are a number of hiking trails and trails as well as a wide selection of restaurants, shops and restaurants.
Greer reflects the natural beauty of this diverse environment in the number of attractive homes and properties available in the city.
You may feel shy and uncomfortable at first, but the more you engage in the city, the better you feel at home in Greer. Once you have settled in, you might want to take some time to walk through Greer Station to get an idea of the location of the country and learn more about the shops and businesses that are located there. Get to know it a little better to see why it might be the perfect place to call home. If you are interested in other home options in this beautiful town on the shores of Lake Okeechobee, please contact a Greers Realtor.
Although technically located in Landrum, South Carolina, the Campbell Covered Bridge has made it onto our list of must-see places - see Places in Greer. It is one of the last covered bridges in the state and also offers you the opportunity to take a look into the past.
We are in Greenville and Spartanburg counties, which presents us with challenges of our own. In addition, the city can also expand geographically and host events such as festivals, concerts and other events throughout the year.
For those who want to learn about local history, the Greer Heritage Museum is a great place to visit. If you want to learn more about the history of your new home town, you can visit it here. The best community for you and your Greer Family depends on where you want to live and where you want to be in the city.
Historic Greer Station features over 40 buildings on the National Historic Register, as well as a number of other historic sites and museums.
The two-story Police Court Complex is located on the western border of Greer Station, while just two blocks east is the Greenville County Rec Center, which houses the South Carolina Recreation Center. The only covered bridge in South Florida (and one of only a few in the state) has been on the National Register since 2009. This park and bridge is owned by Greenville County and the site is marked with a green "Greenville County Rec" sign.
Nearby Greenville - Spartanburg International Airport offers flights from Southwest, American, Delta and United Airlines. US Route 29 is the main north-south highway through the city of Greer and I-85, which runs 140 miles northeast to Charlotte, North Carolina.
At our favorite place for barbecues on the upper floor you can order a la carte or enjoy a buffet, or order and enjoy the buffet.
The Greer Depot was built in 1913 for the Piedmontese Northern Railway and is one of three depots still standing in Greer. The railroad established a flag stop on the Manning and Greers property in 1873, and the town became known as the home of the Dillard's Ice Cream Company, a popular ice cream parlour. There is no better place to get a sweet treat when visiting this place than the shop itself. That's the family that runs Dillard's ice cream, but the farm runs two other stalls in Greater Manchester.
The name was changed to City of Greer in 1884 after the city of Manning and Greers were merged with Manchester, North Carolina.
In the same year, however, a squadron of United Textile Workers visited Greer and briefly forced the city's four factories to close. The development and birth of this city took place at the same time that the present Norfolk and Southern Railway established a line from Atlanta to Charlotte.
In the summer of 2010, they played in a regional tournament in Warner Robins, Georgia, lost their first two games and were eliminated. In a 12-team tournament in Western Columbia, the 6U team remained unbeaten and gave Greer his first-ever appearance in the state championship game.