Things To Do In Easley


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  • Beastockcardriver.com
    NASCAR Racing School With A Twist. We offer the best NASCAR Experience with the emphasis on Education and getting the most out of the car and driver.
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    3800 Calhoun Memorial Highway
    Easley, SC US
  • Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill
    Take a table at Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill in Easley and look forward to your next meal. Health nuts will love Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill for its gluten-free and low-fat menu options. Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill will be able to accommodate your large party. Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill patrons come in casual attire. Free parking is available for patrons who dine at Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill. If you go out for a nice meal, it doesn't need to cost $100, come treat yourself at Myrtle Beach Bar and Grill.
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    420 W Main St
    Easley, SC US
  • Bear Valley Golf Club
    Situated at the foot of Pinnacle Mountain, Bear Valley Golf Club is suited just as well for hiking and fishing as it is for a game of golf. The 6,718-yard course challenges players to execute accurate drives and precise approaches against panoramic views of cascading waterfalls and verdant foliage. Trout streams flow along the course's 18 holes, close enough to give golfers a taste of nature but not so close that a trout might flop into the path of a crucial putt.
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    171 Sliding Rock Road
    Pickens, SC US
  • Saluda River Rafting Adventures
    By the time customers climb atop tubes and kayaks from Saluda River Rafting Adventures and begin their sunlit floats down the river they may have already reached the halfway point of their outdoor adventure. That's because the rafting company's staffers also set up rustic riverside campsites that customers can rent the night before their river outings. In the morning Bubba the bus driver steers them through idyllic fields to their float site, passing horses along the way that approach the bus for carrots or advice on how to grow turn signals. The horses are not just for feeding; staffers also lead camps?along with private and semiprivate lessons?that introduce youngsters to the equestrian arts. Alternatively, patrons can hone the more literal art of paint splattering on a lush Airsoft field, where soldiers armed with paintball guns fight in a sportsmanlike fashion, rather than by force-feeding each other paint pellets. Interested campers can also call to inquire about free rustic camping available for youth groups.
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    570 North Fishtrap Road
    Easley, SC US
  • AAG Golf Group
    Designed in 1918 by prolific course architect Thomas Bendelow—reputed as "The Johnny Appleseed of American Golf" after designing roughly 600 courses over 35 years—Anderson Country Club's 18-hole, par 71 course stretches across 6,402 yards of lush Carolina woodlands. The emerald landscape features mostly straight-ahead fairways and favors a straightforward design in which tight tree lines provide the bulk of the challenge and most obstacles are easily identified from a distance. Four chromatically designated tee options make the course surmountable for players of all abilities, allowing scratch golfers to play alongside 10-handicap frenemies or competitively deficient alter egos.
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    1018 State Road S-39-204
    Pickens, SC US
  • Southern Oaks
    Southern Oaks? 18-hole golf course is designed to incorporate the tree-lined countryside with 6,495 yards of bermuda-grass fairways and greens. A large, wishbone-shaped lake occupies the south end of the course, its surface forming a glassy resting place for errant golf balls and a natural mirror for self-absorbed golf carts. More than 650 trees line the fairways, further compounding the need for accurate shots. Golfers can warm up for rounds at the onsite driving range and practice green. From its hilltop perch, Southern Oaks' clubhouse beckons golfers for a postround dinner of savory grill cuisine, an ideal way to replenish muscles after a long day of swinging for distant greens or setting personal long-jump records in sand traps. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par-72 course Length of 6,495 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 71.6 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 136 from the farthest tees Four tee options Scorecard
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    105 Southern Oaks Dr.
    Easley, SC US
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