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Attractions & Activities

- Near Cleveland, South Carolina -
Looking for other fun things to do in Table Rock area and the South Carolina mountains? Our South Carolina Mountain Cabins are in the middle of all the beautiful sites and sounds of the area. There are plenty of attractions and things to see nearby. Here we tried to include some of the most popular things to do and provide a bit about each.

Just down Table Rock Road from Solitude Pointe is the Victoria Valley Vineyard which offer tours and tastings daily. Victoria Valley Vineyard produces many different types of wines and has excellent table wines and even some signatures wines that everyone loves. Spend an afternoon touring Victoria Valley Vineyard and enjoy wine, cheese and entertainment.

While you are here in the Table Rock area, you must take a short drive to Aunt Sue's Country Corner and Pumpkintown Mountain Opry.  They are both unique restaurant experiences with ice cream parlors and specialty shops.

In addition, for great local breakfast and lunch options, you must try Cendy's and Pumpkintown General Store.

The Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 22-mile multi-use (walking and bicycling) greenway that connects Travelers Rest with the City of Greenville, and traverses along the Reedy River, an old railroad corridor and City parks.   The Doodle Trail is a 7.5 mile rails-to-trails partnership between the City of Easley and the City of Pickens. The multi-use trail is open from dawn to dusk for biking, walking, running and rollerblading.

The town of Pickens boasts two fabulous flea markets - one outdoor and one indoor.  The  Pickens Bargain Exchange has been a staple in the Pickens community for years. Starting as the area's first drag strip it has been converted into the Area's Largest Yard Sale providing quality vendors to the local area in a family friendly environment on Wednesdays from 5:00am to 1:00pm.  The Market at the Mill  is located inside the old Singer plant in Pickens and is open Wednesday to Saturday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

Stumphouse Tunnel is located in Oconee, SC.  It was dug using hand tools prior to the Civil War, but never completed. Approximately 1/4 mile of the tunnel is open to the public. The tunnel maintains a constantly cool temperature of 50 degrees year-round, which makes for an easy family-friendly hike.  While you're there, check out Issaqueena Falls. You can walk from one to the other, but it is a bit of a distance. You may want to drive a short ways to the other parking area. To see Issaqueena Falls, it is an easy 1/4 mile walk from the parking lot to an observation deck. 


Campbells Covered Bridge and Poinsett Bridge are two favorite destinations.  Campbells Covered Bridge was constructed in 1909 and is the only remaining covered bridge in the State of South Carolina.  Poinsett Bridge was constructed in 1820 and is believed to be the oldest surviving bridge in the state. Named after Joel Poinsett, a prominent early resident of Greenville and a U.S. ambassador to Mexico, the bridge was part of the State Road that connected Charleston and Columbia with the North Carolina mountain communities into Tennessee. It is a 14 foot Gothic arch stone structure and stretches 130 feet over Little Gap Creek. Historians believe that is was designed by Robert Mills, architect of the Washington Monument



Check out the lions, giraffes, elephants, toucans, and other exotic wildlife at the Greenville Zoo. A family favorite, the zoo is open 7 days a week, excluding holidays and is the perfect day outing for the whole family. The Greenville Zoo is located on a 14 acre site within the Cleveland Park. The Cleveland Park is also home to playgrounds, walking trails, tennis, and volleyball courts. You'll certainly enjoy spending the day at the Greenville Zoo and Cleveland Park.

The South Carolina Botanical Gardens at Clemson University are truly a spectacular thing to see. With over 295 acres devoted to gardens, walking trails, ponds, pathways and niche gardens, you'll enjoy the many breathtaking, natural sites. Tours are available for groups and families, and smaller groups love the self-guided tours through the gardens' many well-manicured areas. Take a short drive and check out the Clemson Botanical Gardens, you'll enjoy seeing the different varieties of flowers and gardens.

Duke Power World of Energy is at Oconee Nuclear Station, one of the nation's largest nuclear plants.  Whether you are looking to fill an hour or spend an entire afternoon, begin with a tour of the educational exhibits inside the education center.  The Story of Energy offers a fun and interactive way to learn about electricity and keeps you entertained and informed. Visitors of all ages will discover how energy is made from water, coal and uranium, as well as the increasing importance of renewable energy from the wind and sun.

Biltmore Estate is a southern attraction you do not want to miss. Take a short one hour drive from Solitude Pointe Cabins and RV Park and you'll be in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina, the home of Asheville's Biltmore Estate. The Biltmore House, gardens, winery, and farm are all spectacularly manicured and each new site is truly breathtaking. View one of the most famous and historic homes in the nation. Tours and other special events are held year round. You don't want to miss a chance to see the beautiful Biltmore Estate.

Cowpens National Battlefield just east of Chesnee, South Carolina, near the North Carolina line, preserves a major battlefield of the American Revolutionary War. The visitor center features a museum with exhibits about the American Revolution and the battle, including a fiber-optic map that illustrates the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution and the battle, a walking tour of the battlefield itself, and the reconstructed log cabin of one Robert Scruggs, who had farmed the land before the establishment of the park.

Falls Park on the Reedy Riverlocated in downtown Greenville's Historic West End, is one of Greenville's greatest treasures. The park serves as an oasis within the city - a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. The multi-use facility lends itself to a wide variety of activities for people of all ages and interests.

Hagood Mill features an 1845 gristmill, restored log cabins, blacksmith shop, cotton gin, moonshine still, nature trails, and a gift shop featuring local crafters, musicians and authors! Monthly musical performances, classes and other special events on the 3rd Saturday of each month.

Located on the same grounds is the Hagood Creek Petroglyph Site of South Carolina (open Wednesday - Saturday from 10 am - 4 pm). 
Make sure and stop by to get your ON-SITE ground grits, meals, and flour products available throughout each month in the Gift Shop! Freshly ground each 3rd Saturday, specialty products are often available on a limited basis such as smoked grits, barley, rye, and/or spelt flours, popping corn grits...come by and see what the Miller's got in store!

Horseback Waterfall Tours.  This is an adventure that you will treasure forever. You will see and experience some of the most beautiful sights you will ever see while riding horseback. Just imagine the family memories from this trip. Looking for the perfect proposal? A photographer is along every ride to capture those moments too. Schedule your tour today.

Eden Farms is a family owned horse stable in Upstate, SC. Just a short drive from Solitude Pointe, they offer horse boarding, horseback riding, horse lessons, birthday parties and special events. Riders and horses enjoy 160 acres of rolling fields, riding arenas and trails in the beautiful mountains. 

Chattooga River Rafting with the Nantahala Outdoor Center or with Wildwater Rafting - The Chattooga River is without a doubt the Southeast's premier whitewater rafting adventure.  Located in Mountain Rest, SC, about an hour drive from Solitude Pointe, the Chattooga delivers breathtaking scenery and treasured whitewater in an unmatched wilderness setting. 

Something else unique to our area is Table Rock Tea Company.  Table Rock Tea Company, Ltd. is artisan tea grown in the United States! Their U.S. Grown, Real American Tea ™️ is raised right here in Upstate, South Carolina. Nestled along the Cherokee Foothills at the base of Table Rock Mountain, this climate offers the ideal location for growing premium, small-batch tea crafted with the best of both traditional and modern methods. The results are brilliantly fresh, exquisitely complex teas worthy of the most distinguished of palates.  Give them a call, go take a tour and support their U.S. grown tea!

If you've made it to the bottom of this list of things to do, we have saved the best for last.  The YMCA Camp Greenville's Symmes Chapel, better known as Pretty Place, is by far the most important attraction for you to see while you are at Solitude Pointe.  There are no words to describe it.  Check out the website first to be sure of their available times as they are frequently closed for weddings and events.  The picture below is worth a thousand words....

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