The Pavilion cultivates every species of physical activity within its 66,000-square-foot indoor complex and adjacent outdoor fields. The eclectic indoor space hosts soccer, volleyball, and curling face-offs, as well as a year-round ice-skating facility, bounce house, and inline-skating space. Fledgling ice skaters slip and slide during public skating sessions or take part in the U.S. Figure Skating Association's basic skills program to grease their triple axels. As the temperature rises, members make a mad dash outdoors to one of six tennis courts and three soccer fields, or hail a ride on George, The Pavilion's historic miniature passenger train. The complex's Boundless Playground offers a space where children with disabilities can be included in play thanks to accessible slides, swings, and climbing structures.
Saluda River Archery's indoor facility invites both beginning and experienced bowmen to improve their coordination and concentration skills across 29 lanes. Those who need technical assistance can enroll in lessons, where National Field Archery Association–certified instructors teach proper holding, aiming, and shooting techniques. An on-site store outfits visitors with specialized archery gear from top brands, plus hunting-related products such as food plots and cover scents.
Six and Twenty Distillery gets its name from a love story. During the Revolutionary War, a Choctaw woman who lived in a nearby village overheard plans for an attack on the trading post where her British sweetheart lived. As she traveled 96 miles by pony to warn him, she named geographical points based on the distance from her home village. Six and Twenty Distillery is located approximately 26 miles from the start of her trip. Owners Robert and David decided to pay homage to this courageous woman—who saved her lover and married him soon after her adventure—by naming their distillery for her. Using a hybrid still, today they craft smooth, sweet whiskeys with wheat instead of corn, boxing up each batch by hand.
Basketball Combine Training helps players achieve their potential on the court. One-on-one sessions focus on whatever skills can most help the player succeed, ranging from jump shots to building confidence. 360 group training and specialty camps take these workouts to the next level with custom exercises in a competitive environment.
The staff of Total Fitness, led by husband-and-wife team Emery and Wendy Williams, offers no shortage of ways to get fit. Aside from the more than 50 pieces of aerobic equipment and more than 40 fitness classes a week, including Zumba classes, Total Fitness also offers plenty of free weights, a pool, and an indoor track. After a workout is complete, exercisers can relax in a cedar sauna or a steam room, or grab a snack at the onsite café and juice bar.