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It’s Impossible Not To Love The Most Eccentric Town In South Carolina

Nothing says South Carolina more than the tiny lovable little communities scattered all over our fine state. Some of them are just census-designated with seemingly no desire to incorporate into an official town. But we still use the word “town” interchangeably due to the sense of community found in these small places. Such is the case with the little “town” community of Cleveland, SC – where what you see is not what you get. This eccentric little community has plenty of delightful surprises.

Head west on one of the prettiest scenic highways in the Upstate, SC-11 – a.k.a. the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Byway, and you’ll find it ends at Highway 276 in Greenville County.

Did you know Cleveland has so much to see and do? Did you know about the old moonshine still hidden under a waterfall? And what about that old Wild West Amusement Park? What do you remember about that place? We’d love to know your thoughts in our comments.

For more Upstate fun, head to this waterfall campground for an unforgettable weekend getaway.

Robin Jarvis
Robin Jarvis is a staff writer for OnlyInYourState.com.