Located in Greenville County, Simpsonville has more than 18,000 residents. Check out the city's many attractions on a charter bus in Simpsonville, South Carolina.
A charter bus in Simpsonville, South Carolina will take you to the following attractions:
Take the kids and the whole family to Discovery Island Waterpark, which boasts different water features, including a Flo rider, water slide, and lazy river.
Check out what's happening at the Charter Spectrum Amphitheatre where you can catch the best concerts as well as the fortnightly Movies at the Park. Or you can check out what the Simpsonville Arts Foundation has in store for you. The organization sponsors artists in the area and hosts several events, including art exhibits, musical performances and theater shows.
Play golf at either Fox Run Country Club, where you have close to 6,500 yards at the longest tees. The 18-hole course has a par of 72, rating of 71.0, and a 126 slope rating. It was opened in the 1950s. Or go to Holly Tree Country Club where you have close to 6,800 yards at the longest tees. It has a 72 par, a 129 slope rating and a 72.3 course rating. It was designed by George W. Cobb and opened in the 1970s.
There are four locations in the city that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Simpsonville Baptist Church was built in the 1910s and features Romanesque architecture designed by Luther D. Proffitt and EJ Gibson. You could also visit the 340 acres' worth Hopkins Farm, which features the main house that was built in the 1840s and has a mid-19th century revival architecture, as well as other outbuildings, structures and properties, such as the Hopkins Family Cemetery, Patriot's Grove, a small chicken house, cotton warehouse and others.
Meanwhile, the Cureton Huff House is located on a 13-acre wide land and was built in the 1820s. It also includes several barns, pens, corn cribs, a carriage house and a blacksmith shop. And then you have the Burdette Hardware Building that has an early commercial architecture. It was built in 1913 and added to the National Register in 1992.
Visit Heritage Park, where you have softball and baseball fields that have batting cages, practice infield and soft toss tunnels, playgrounds, a miniature steam train, picnic facilities, and paved trails. Or you can go to the Activity and Senior Center where you can work out at the gym, play at the pool tables, have a fun basketball game and attend daily activities. Or check out the City Park with baseball fields, tennis and basketball courts, batting cages, Frisbee golf course, playground, picnic facilities and the Tater Shed performance space. You can also visit the Dog Spot, College Street Park, and Alder Park.
You can get to these places in comfort and with style onboard a charter bus in Simpsonville, South Carolina. Reserve one today with BusRental.com just by calling 1-866-569-2012.