Cherokee Foothills | Palmetto Places

Wander through the scenic Blue Ridge foothills, where the mountains meet the sky. Visit the state's only remaining covered bridge and five South Carolina state parks. Stand on the bank of a mountain stream and the shore of breathtaking Lake Jocassee. Meet Everette Howard, maker of gnomes. Tour Sunrise Farm; a Victorian country house that offers bed and breakfast.

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Cherokee FootHills, Part 1


In the early 1900s, travelers coming off Glassy Mountain headed for Greer crossed Campbell's Covered Bridge. A piece of pure Americana, it was built for Greenville County by Charles Willis in 1909...
Cherokee Foothills, Part 3


The Cherokee Foothills offer a vast range of state parks in South Carolina. Caesars Head State Park has one of South Carolina's most famous natural landmarks. At almost 3300 feet above sea level, a...
Cherokee Foothills, Part 4


Sunrise Farm is a restored, century-old Victorian home that offers mountain travelers bed and breakfast. Sunrise Farm was originally part of an over-1000-acre cotton plantation. The plantation was...