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SC's unique Lowcountry encompasses miles of beautiful salt-water marsh.
Coastal Conservation League
South Carolina's capitol city of Columbia.
The Wild and Scenic Chattooga River, backdrop for "Deliverance."
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The coastal town of Beaufort, setting for "The Big Chill," "Forrest Gump," "GI Jane," and more.
Rolling hills with fields of grain are located just outside of Columbia.
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The town of Clemson, home to Clemson University.
Timeless architecture, like Valentine's Store, is a part of South Carolina's landscape.
Town of Cope
The Blue Ridge mountains provide a stunning backdrop to many lakes across SC's Upstate region.
Visit SC's Upstate region
The Gervais St. Bridge is one of four open-spandrel arch bridges of reinforced concrete in SC.
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Greenville / Spartanburg Region
Welcome to the foothills of the Smoky Mountains – where adventure and sophistication meet. Here you will discover
wild & scenic rapids
, timeless Capra-esque small towns,
, and thriving downtown scenes. This region offers a backdrop rich with heritage and a natural environment that is well suited for any size shoot.
Diverse features like "Leatherheads," "Sleeping With the Enemy," "Chill Factor," "Coupe de Ville," "Deliverance" "The Afflicted," and the reality series on TruTV, "Southern Fried Stings" have all found this region the perfect setting for their productions.
For centuries before the Europeans arrived, this area was home to the Eastern Branch of the Cherokee Nation which farmed the rich soils along the river.
Timeless homes like this Victorian gem can be found in every community in the state.
The historic Abbeville Opera House was built in October 1908.
Abbeville Opera House
This state park offers breathtaking views year-round, especially when fall sets the hardwoods ablaze.
Caesars Head State Park
Located on the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway, The Cliffs at Glassy extends 3,500 acres at 3,200 feet above sea level on Glassy Mountain, one of South Carolina’s natural landmarks.
Chapel at The Cliffs at Glassy
Devils Fork State Park provides the only public access to Lake Jocassee, a largely undeveloped 7,500-acre reservoir tucked deep into the Blue Ridge.
Devils Fork State Park
These scenic falls are very accessible, and can be seen from Hwy. 11
Wildcat Branch Falls
Beautiful roads like this can be found in many areas of our Upstate region.
Home to the Greenville Drive and modeled after Fenway Park, Fluor Field boasts its own “Green Monster,” a 30-foot high wall in left field. Dimensions around the outfield wall are the same specs as Fenway Park.
Fluro Field in Greenville
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