There's Only One.
Spartanburg, S.C.

Unmatched statewide in economic development for new investment and job creation. Home to a thriving cultural district with public art on nearly every corner. Higher education hub with seven diverse institutions. Award-winning wellness initiatives and breathtaking outdoor recreation opportunities. Historical significance dating back to the Revolutionary War. When you add it all up, now is the time to be in Spartanburg.

About Spartanburg

Spartanburg County, the 4th-largest in South Carolina, is home to more than 301,000 people and 13 unique municipalities. 

There’s something for everyone here. A growing downtown with new shops and restaurants, and public art on every corner. International companies and countless small businesses offering career opportunities, and organizations to help you get involved civically and professionally. Miles and miles of trails, blueways and incredible outdoor recreation offerings. Community-minded approaches to education and public health.

Families, young professionals, retirees, entrepreneurs, they all call Spartanburg home, growing, evolving and expanding with our community. 

Spartanburg County

Each area of our county offers a unique character and history all its own. From bustling, vibrant areas to quaint, welcoming towns, Spartanburg County has it all.

Campobello | Chesnee | Cowpens | Inman | Landrum l Middle Tyger Area (DuncanLymanReidvilleWellford) | Greater Pacolet | Woodruff

City of Spartanburg

The City of Spartanburg is always doing. Live in the City, explore its cultural assets and take advantage of its many parks, playgrounds and outdoor spaces.

Other areas of Spartanburg to check out: Drayton Mills | The Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail | The Northside l | Our Colleges

Downtown Spartanburg

Eat, shop, play and live in walkable Downtown Spartanburg. All you need is right at your fingertips.

Points of Interest: Chapman Cultural Center | Daniel Morgan Square | The Masonic Temple | The Montgomery Building

How to Get Here

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Spartanburg has been known as the Hub City since it became a major railroad intersection in the 19th century. Spartanburg’s proximity to breathtaking mountains, sandy beaches and the Eastern seaboard means people are perfectly positioned for work and play.

At the intersection of Interstates 85 and 26 in the heart of Upstate South Carolina, Spartanburg is within driving distance of Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, Charlotte Douglas International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and less than a half-day’s drive from major regional destinations.

  • Greenville, SC: 30 miles (39 minutes)
  • Asheville, NC: 70 miles (1 hour, 14 minutes)
  • Charlotte, NC: 75 miles (1 hour, 19 minutes)
  • Columbia, SC: 93 miles (1 hour, 28 minutes)
  • Atlanta, GA: 175 miles (3 hours, 12 minutes)
  • Charleston, SC: 200 miles (3 hours, 7 minutes)