Travelers Rest

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6711 State Park RD

Travelers Rest, SC 29690

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Phone: (864) 834-7958

Region: Mountains

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Travelers Rest

Ensconced in South Carolina's northern Greenville County at the intersection of Highways 25 and 276, Travelers Rest sits at the feet of the Blue Ridge Mountains, yet is only a few hours from the Atlantic Ocean. The area in and around Travelers Rest offers a unique variety of antique and specialty shops, restaurants, national and regional chain stores, churches, and leisure activities.

Travelers Rest is home to several restaurants, breweries and The Swamp Rabbit Trail, a paved greenway beginning in downtown Greenville.

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