Seniors Enjoy Easley

tmp_10060_6-21-2013_93801_ Easley, population 21,000, senior travelers will find in the Northwest corner of South Carolina between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina. 

Surrounded by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and many different lakes, in Easley senior visitors will be welcomed with southern hospitality by the friendliest people you will ever meet.

It’s a great place for sampling southern cuisine, finding great antiques, and enjoying sporting events. For the past several years Easley has hosted the Big League World Series and welcomed  visitors from all over the world.

Seniors Enjoy Easley’s Hospitality


Easley was named for the Confederate General, William King Easley, who championed the railroad for the area in the late 1800s. As soon as the Charlotte-to-Atlanta Airline Railroad completed laying their tracks, surveyors laid out streets for the new town. Easley was chartered in 1873.

Facebook has visitors covered with their take on Easley and provide information on everything from food to accommodations. Take a walk in the park, play around or two of golf at the Rolling Green Golf Club or Southern Oaks Course, take in a game at the JB Red Owens Sports Complex and then take your dog for a good walk in Hagood Dog Park-Easley.

A fun place for shopping for the ladies is Under the Carolina Moon, a unique gift boutique featuring an exclusive line of Carolina Girl Apparel.The locals are pleased  to have Easley Farmer’s Market in town, providing a wide variety of healthy locally grown produce. Hospitality abounds in Easley and the locals speak highly of their hometown.


Seniors Stop For An Evening At The Foothills Playhouse

The Easley Community Theatre, has evolved over the past 24 seasons into the Foothills Playhouse. The organization is funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The local Chamber of Commerce  encourages senior travelers to utilize their website to explore what the Easley area and the Chamber has to offer. Thumb through the Newcomer’s Guide and enjoy discovering the many amenities Easley has to offer.

You have to touch the tiny arrow on the right hand side of the dark screen to make it function and you may have to enlarge your screen. Senior travelers, plan to spend some quality time in Easley and depart with fond memories. -jeb

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