Easley is located in Pickens County and is home to more than 30,000 people. Plan a vacation with family and friends and get a bus rental and charter in Easley, South Carolina from us to help you transport your group all around the city.
A bus rental and charter in Easley, South Carolina can help you tour the attractions in the city, such as:
Go to the Easley Skate Center and roller skate the day away.
Watch a production of Easley Foothills Playhouse, established in the 1980s as the Easley Community Theatre. The group gives audiences as the West End Hall six adult shows and youth productions.
The city's downtown area is a good place to shop. Meet the friendly owners of specialty shops, antique dealers, and retailers.
Check out Smithfields Country Club, where you have 18 holes of golfing fun. It was opened in the 1980s. Or you can go to the Southern Oaks Golf Club. The 1990s golf course was designed by William B. Lewis, Jr. and has a par of 72, slope rating of 119 and a course rating of 70.4. It measures more than 6,700 yards at the longest tees. You also have three nine-hole golf courses at Rolling Green Golf Course.
The city is also the host of the Big League Baseball World Series for more than a decade now.
Built in 1909, Easley High School Auditorium is very important in the civic life and education of the city's resident. The building is the city's only high school from the time it was established up to the 1940s. It features a Renaissance revival architecture designed by Frank H. Cunningham and Joseph G. Cunningham. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the 1990s.
You could also visit the Easley Mill, which was built in the 1900s and was designed by Lockwood, Green and Co. It also include several contributing structures such as a smokestack, an office building, an ice house, a warehouse, and a water tower, as well as a monument to mill founder, John Mattison Geer. Then you have the Sheriff Mill Complex, which covers 19 acres of space and has a main house that was built in the 1890s and features an I-House architecture.
The Williams-Ligon House is also listed on the register. The house was built in the 1890s and features a folk Victorian architecture. It has contributing structures, including the original William house that was converted into a barn, farm buildings, a smoke house and several barns.
Check out the city's many parks and sports facilities. Play football or soccer at the five fields of JB "Red" Owens Complex, the PHS Stadium, the LHS Stadium, Brice Field, or the Pope Field. You can also play baseball at Alice Park or Hagood Park, then have a game of basketball or volleyball at the Larry Bagwell Gymnasium and high school basketball courts. These sites also have facilities for lacrosse, disc golf and softball.
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