by Lacey Eibert Keigley | October 13, 2021

Dicey Langston: A TR Pioneer & Hero

Dicey Langston. Have you heard her name? If you don’t recognize her name yet, we plan to change that! Dicey Langston is a TR legend. But, she’s more than that

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | February 25, 2020

George Coleman Ford : Then and Now

Program:  GEORGE COLEMAN FORD…THEN AND NOW 1930-2020 George Coleman Ford Dealership Celebrating 90 Years as the oldest family operated business in Travelers Rest  When Henry Ford was producing automobiles to

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | June 25, 2019

History of the Foothills Trail Presentation

Heyward Douglass, Executive Director of Foothills Trail, will be joining us on Tuesday, June 25th from 6-8 pm to share the history, purpose and answer all your questions about the

by Jason Greer | July 1, 2018

White Horse Inn: Early Travels in Northern Greenville

Travelers Rest and the foothills in northern Greenville have been destinations and way-stations for the weary long before our communities were formally established. Native tribes learned the best river ford

by Jason Greer | April 11, 2018

Camp Wing, Travelers Rest and a 100 Years Since the Boys Were Sent Over There

In the spring of 1918, if you had been able to travel along Main Street, Travelers Rest was experiencing a frenetic pace of horse wagons and military marching. 100 years

by Jason Greer | November 5, 2017

TR Fresh Water Sources – Reeds and Grapes 

If you are north of the center of Travelers Rest traveling along Hwy 276, you will quickly go past one of the reasons for this community to exist where it

by Jason Greer | May 27, 2017

When Travelers Rest Was the American Frontier: The Story of “Dicey” Langston Springfield

  If you are driving along Tigerville Road, just a few miles north of the center of Travelers Rest, just a mile or so from Hwy 25, you will come