Things To Do In Greer


$44 for an Eight-Hour Concealed-Weapons-Permit Course at I Am Not A Victim ($100 Value)

I Am Not A Victim

I Am Not A Victim

Split between a lecture and an outdoor range session, the class covers gun laws, firearm safety, and shooting fundamentals

$100 $44

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Wine or Beer Tasting at Wine & Beer & More (Up to 60% Off). Four Options Available.

Wine & Beer & More

Wine, Beer, & More

Established in 2012, the wine and craft-beer place hosts tastings

$20 $10

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$6 for $10 Worth of Sporting-Venue Rental — Upstate Speedway

Upstate Speedway

Inman

From the merchant: Deal includes one hour of track time, car and controller rental as well as assistance learning and getting started.

$10 $6

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Three or Six Personal-Training Sessions and a Meal Plan at Xfactor Sports and Fitness (Up to 63% Off)

Xfactor Sports and Fitness

Powerhouse Gym

Personal-training sessions build strength, burn fat, and rely on intense intervals designed to speed up the metabolism

$79 $29

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18 Holes of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental at Greer Country Club (Up to 44% Off)

Greer Country Club

Greer Country Club

Hilly, tree-lined course presents relatively narrow, bermuda-grass fairways and small, bent-grass greens

$62 $38

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One Month of Boot Camp with Full Gym Access for One or Two at Level 14 Fitness (Up to 79% Off)

Level 14 Fitness

Level 14 Fitness

20 unlimited boot-camp workouts to match your schedule, plus a gym with cardio equipment and free weights

$159.95 $38

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The McKameys & LeFevre Quartet District Five Fine Arts on Saturday, March 28, at 6 p.m. (Up to 44% Off)

An Evening with The McKameys & LeFevre Quartet

District Five Fine Arts

Southern gospel music and spirituals from two celebrated ensembles

$19.80 $11

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Select Local Merchants

  • PBC Paintball Park
    Silence fills the forest as a masked paintball player creeps over logs and leaves, unable to find the opposing team he knows is there. Suddenly, a shower of colored paint spews from behind a nearby tree, and the battle begins. Such moments unfold daily at PBC Paintball Park's facilities during the regular season. Their staff, all of whom are paintball players themselves, have designed both wooded and concept fields at Greensboro, Charlotte, and Greenville. At Greensboro, wooded landscapes transform into a battlefield with bunkers, creeks, and large forts. Felled trees and dense foliage give players ample cover amid the undeveloped woods of Greenville's fields, while castles, mounds, cities, and tournaments unfold across PBC Charlotte's level terrain. Additionally, PBC Paintball Parks are affiliated with Paintball Central, which runs two stores in North Carolina and one store in South Carolina where players can stock up on enough paintball gear to ready themselves for the inevitable cartoon-character rebellion.
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    318 Tucapau Road
    Wellford, SC US
  • Cherokee Hill Farm
    Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Cherokee Hill Farm’s 100 acres have hosted the equestrian pursuits of owners Mike and Linda Schatzberg for more than 25 years. When the horses aren't resting in one of the stable's 22 stalls, they graze on green grass and croquet mallets in one of the grounds' pastures or tote riders into the 380-acre landscape of the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center. Horse owners board their steeds at the farm, where staff members lovingly care for and train them. The Schatzbergs' passion for shar-peis led them to create an onsite kennel where pups can play while their owners ride. Beginning riders benefit from the blue ribbon expertise of instructor Mike, who specializes in hunt-seat riding.:m]]
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    460 Cherokee Hill Lane
    Tryon, NC US
  • Clear View Farm
    All equipment is included (except for shoes with required heel). Horseback riders must weigh less than 200 pounds and wear shoes with a heel.
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    101 Smith Road
    Landrum, SC US
  • Indigo Road Farms
    A rider since age 5, Brooke Walton saddled up to a horse not long after her own feet knew steady ground. By age 15, she had already qualified for national medal finals, ridden in her first Grand Prix, and earned invitations to represent the United States for Young Riders in France and Venezuela. In 2003, Brooke finally harnessed her passion and natural aptitude for horse riding into the founding of Indigo Road Farm, a training facility on whose grassy pastures she now nurtures show horses and hosts lessons for new riders. Horses housed in one of three barns whinny in contentment as they survey their lodgings, which include 17 rubber-matted, ventilated stalls and perks such as bimonthly massages from a professional chiropractor. When freed from their stalls, steeds gallop across Indigo Road Farm's four spacious pastures, sand area, and derby fields strewn with waterside jumps.
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    392 Pine Dr
    Greer, SC US
  • Phil Cassidy's Golf School
    PGA instructor Phil Cassidy runs the show at Upstate Golf Schools, which helps both youngsters and adults on their path to becoming golf aces. The instructors draw from their experience in classes that begin with the basics, such as grip, stance, alignment, and weight transfer, starting players out on the right foot. They give hands-on feedback during lessons and clinics, and they also offer clubs for use during sessions so youth can learn about the game without having to buy their own.
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    260 Cochran Road
    Inman, SC US
  • Hollywild Animal Park
    Exotic animals from six continents call Hollywild Animal Park home, though many have also firmly planted their paws and hooves in the entertainment business?hence the name Hollywild. Tank the rhino, for instance, has appeared in multiple national advertising campaigns, avoiding the paparazzi by hiding himself in his dressing room. But the nonprofit park gives visitors more than a brush with stardom, as many of the animals they shelter are extinct in the wild. Virtually nowhere else on earth will guests get to visit a Syrian Brown Bear or get up close and personal with a waffalo (a cross between an African Watusi and a buffalo). Hollywild gives visitors a bounty of ways to experience this variety. On Safari Rides, knowledgeable guides drive tour buses through more than 70 acres where zebra, emus, donkeys, camels, antelope, and other animals roam free. In the ampitheater, audiences get close encounters with fascinating fauna thanks to interactive Creature Feature shows. And throughout the park, visitors have ample opportunities to pet and feed the animals.
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    2325 Hampton Rd.
    Wellford, SC US
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