Westminster in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for State Parks. Discover best things to do in Westminster with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 92 reviews
I love to camp at Tugaloo, the sites are wooded and as private as can be with a large selection of waterfront sites. There are plenty of walking distance bathrooms throughout the park and the camp hosts do a good job of keeping them clean. Very family friendly.
5 based on 176 reviews
Enjoy a soaring and gliding experience naturally fueled by a gradual elevation change in Upstate South Carolina. It takes limited energy to participate and is not designed to scare with big drops as much as excite with smooth gliding treetop views. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region as well as the Historic Long Creek Academy and the history of the region in this 3 hour adventure! New for 2013 is our 1100' Bell Tower Express and 400' final zip. 12 ziplines and 7 sky bridges in all! Must be 10 years old and at least 70 pounds, but less than 251 pounds. Youth rates.
My wife an I recently experienced our first zip line. I had planned it as a surprise for her, due to her constant mention of wanting to try it sometime. And it was a really great event. The guides where excellent with training and safety,...MoreThanks for taking the time to write a great review and let us know about your experience! See you on the river....
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Plan to see Issaqueena falls, The tunnels, and the Blue Ridge Railroad trail. Stumphouse was started in the 1800's(1856) along with 2 other tunnels nearby. The plan was to connect Charleston, SC with the Ohio Valley but they ran out of money( cancelled by State government). In the 90's Clemson used it to experiment with cheese aging. Now it is for visitors and bats. Always about 58 degrees inside. Bring flashlights. Hike the trail as well. Parking is $2. It is run by the City of Wahalla. Cheers!!! good for all family members. It is wet inside to some extend. Easy walk from parking lot. Opens at 10am
4.5 based on 47 reviews
We stop here on a regular basis. You can drive right up to a water fall and walk right up to it. There are numerous trails around this park and a nice river flows through it. There is a suspension bridge you can walk to and many picnic tables to lunch at. There is camping available and the park is well kept. A very nice place to visit...
5 based on 545 reviews
Located on the grounds of the Long Creek Academy, Wildwater offers Whitewater Rafting on the National Wild and Scenic Chattooga River. Half day, Full day and Overnight trips are available March through October. In addition to rafting there are a number of lodging options on site, a three hour Canopy Tour, Kayak Clinics, SUP and Lake Kayaking. The Chattooga River is a natural flow river and has better rapids when the water levels are higher, typically in the spring and early summer.
Rafting with Wildwater was the highlight of our trip! Wildwater's team is exceptional to say the least. They focus on safety but certainly don't forget the fun! Nate was our guide, he was very knowledgeable about the river and shared a lot of information with us. We really valued his time, not only did he make our trip unforgettably fun but we also learned a lot from him. The provided lunch had variety and there was plenty of food to go around. The river is very clean, natural, and stunningly beautiful. This was a fantastic experience, we can't wait to do it again!
4 based on 91 reviews
Located on rt 28 just before the ranger's station to the Sumter National Forest. Walked to the falls with my cane and the most interesting part was the folklore described on the park signs. Clearly this walk would be better in springtime when the waters are flowing better. In the same general area, visit the Stumphouse Tunnel. This was a tunnel started for the Blue Ridge Railroad but abandoned during the Civil War. Nice spot to visit during the heat of summer as the temperature inside the tunnel is refreshing.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Chattooga Belle Farm is a 138-acre working farm and event destination boasting a stunning 270 degree view of rolling hills, vineyards, orchards and berry patches among the backdrop of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. Also raising grass-fed Black Angus Cattle that they sell in their farm store, you can see them grazing in the pastures where they are raised humanely and natually.Located in beautiful Long Creek, SC, this hidden jewel has been open to the public since April, 2010. The Farm attracts a variety of outdoor enthusiasts. Offering over a dozen fruits for U-pick opportunities, a picturesque 18-hole Disc Golf Course, a quaint lake cabin on Horseshoe Lake and an observation circle for astronomers. The store, open seven days a week, sells their South Carolina Grown and Certified products, including their own brand of wine and their all-natural grass-fed Black Angus Beef! Now the location of choice for weddings, family reunions, corporate events and any other special occasion, The Farm offers a large event barn which accommodates 300 people, complete with a full service kitchen. We serve lunch daily at Belle's Bistro from 11-2, featuring local food and produce from the farm. Please come visit and enjoy what is becoming everyone's "favorite place on the planet!"
Stopped by to get some apples and picked some figs while there. Apples were good but just bought some. The farm has one of the most beautiful views we have seen in quite some time. They were setting up for a wedding while we were...MoreThank you for your kind review. We are glad you enjoyed it. You'll have to stay for lunch next time!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
I brought the kids to Hochstetler's Country Store for ice cream after visiting Upper Whitewater Falls in NC. It was quite a drive, but the reviews told me it'd be worth it. They were about the close when we arrived, but served us first. We got minty chocolate chip and salted caramel vanilla. The Nestle ice cream was really very creamy and excellent, and their waffle cones were perfectly prepared.
While the kids were getting their cones, I noticed the store is also a health food, bulk foods store as well. I picked out a bag of honey sesame sticks and a plastic container of flax seed chips as well. When we opened the flax seed chips for our Turkey burgers that night, they were terribly stale. I looked at the date, and it had been "packed" April 2017. No wonder they were stale! Ugh! So,if you shop here, check dates carefully.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Gift shop is small but has very unique and affordable items that I like to purchase for gifts. Great programs for children. We are local and go as a family, and we also take visiting out of town guests. Everyone in our party enjoys the displays and I learn something new every time we go. This place is a true treasure.
5 based on 27 reviews
Traveler's Rest was built in the middle of Cherokee land. Our pioneers were very brave to build a home during the late 1700's. The main part of this structure was built between 1816 and 1925. It was strategically located along the newly constructed highway over the Appalachian Mountains and operated as an inn for travelers along the road. The structure is a two-story, 90-feet-long and had ten rooms; it also served as a post office. It is built out of wide pine planking and has 6 chimneys. The front porch has 7 rooms on each level with separate entrances. The property also includes recreations of typical outbuildings of the 19th century, including slave quarters. This is a fascinating place to visit. I'm glad I wasn't a pioneer!
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