Welcome to the Greenwood, SC Regional Tourism & Visitor Bureau
Woven around the picturesque landscape and numerous lakes of the Greenwood area are quality golf courses. More than 15 of them, including a Davis Love III-designed course set alongside Lake Greenwood. And our value-priced golf packages will make your South Carolina golf vacation here affordable on almost any budget.
The new Railroad Historical Center is located at 908 South Main Street. Admission is free and now open to the public. Please call 864-229-7093 for more information about
its hours of operation.
Explore all of the activities and attractions Greenwood has to offer by clicking our calendar link at the top of this page. Like us on Facebook for daily updates and a chance to win seasonal prizes. You’ll find the link at the bottom of this page.
The Catfish Feastival is a time of fun entertainment, arts & crafts, carnival rides, a special children's program, educational information, and delicious food. It's also a time of hospitality -- welcoming back former Ware Shoals residents and hosting guest & tourists. Held Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25
From national retailers to local shops and boutiques, Greenwood offers a wide variety of unique shopping experiences. Customers can be assured of pleasant service and satisfaction from Greenwood’s retail community.
Arts & Culture
The arts community in Greenwood has blossomed numerous galleries, artisan studios, and traveling exhibits in various venues. The Emerald Triangle Cultural District, home to the Arts Center, Greenwood Community Theatre, and The Museum, serves as an anchor for art activity in the area.
Dining and Nightlife
With well over one hundred restaurants in the Greenwood area, visitors have no problem satisfying even the most finicky of appetites. From terrific Italian dishes, mouthwatering grilled steak, seafood, barbeque, or good old-fashioned southern meals, one will appreciate the delicious food, excellent service, and great variety Greenwood restaurants offer.
Families can enjoy a round of miniature golf, a drive-in movie, or for the more adventurous family travelers, they can experience agritourism at a local goat farm.
Sports & Recreation
With 212 miles of shoreline along Lake Greenwood and numerous quality golf courses, Greenwood is a perfect destination for the outdoorsman. Various sporting events and tournaments are hosted at local sports complex venues.
Where to Stay
Overnight travelers can be assured of a comfortable stay in one of Greenwood’s name brand hotels; Bed and breakfast inns are located nearby for visitors who prefer a more personal lodging experience.