Simpsonville is a city in Greenville County, South Carolina, United States. It is part of the Greenville–Mauldin–Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18,238 at the 2010 census, up from 14,352 in 2000. The population had risen to an estimated 20,736 as of 2015. Simpsonville is part of the "Golden Strip", along with Mauldin and Fountain Inn, an area which is noted for having low unemployment due to a diversity of industries including Para-Chem, Kemet, Sealed Air and Milliken.
Restaurants in Simpsonville
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Great local movie theater-- variety of food-- comfortable seating -- the bathrooms were clean. The theater personnel were friendly and helpful. Concession food was cooked fresh and prices were reasonable. Anyone with walking disability could access the seats easily. And view of the screen was good from all angles
4.5 based on 48 reviews
It is near the Donaldson Airport and Mauldin, SC and just 10 miles from Greenville. It is where the first baseball field was before it moved downtown Greenville. It is part of the watershed ( Reedy River) that travels to downtown. At one time i was very polluted but is much cleaner today and has several active beaver dams that raise the water level in certain areas. There are a couple of nature hike looks and about 12 miles of trails. You can easily do 2 or more miles as there are loops. Very little up and down so pretty level. Some areas might be accessible by wheel chair but other areas are a bit rough for that. A lot of bird watchers, families with small children, couples, etc. There is an old mill at one end. Plenty of parking and a couple of remote parking areas as well. We usually take more difficult hikes but wanted to see this place. It was very nice and nearby. Enjoy!!!
5 based on 3 reviews
This area has wonderful walkways all along the Reedy River as it winds its way through downtown Greenville. There is a very large selection of places for snacks or full dining along the walkways on both sides of the river. Definitely bring your children! They will love all the ducks! There are countless photo opportunities on the pedestrian bridges. I saw an afternoon of smiles....it is a joy. And there is plenty of signage telling you the history of the river and the surrounding area.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
This is a small park but is nice and convenience if you live in Simpsonville and Fountain Inn. Good parking area. Also for the children. The only bad thing of this park they do not allow dogs.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
A 485 performing arts venue bringing in the best of broadway bluegrass big bands and more.
My wife and I saw two shows a singer Jane Monheit and James Gregory a comic. Both shows were very good and the volunteers at Younts are outstanding. Very friendly and helpful. The building was an old school, which was redone very tastefully and the art work on both floors were very good. Now that we know about Younts Center we will definitely go back again.
5 based on 173 reviews
Really nice park. Bridge is an amazing architectural feat, and beautiful to look at. In the evening it's spectacular. Eat anywhere along the water, Eat inside or out. Find a picnic spot. See an outdoor play, hear local musicians. Fountains and sculpture, swings to laz in. Walk your dog. Good for the soul.
5 based on 29 reviews
Soulace sets the new standard for day spas in Upstate South Carolina. Our Relaxation Experience includes robes & slippers in your personal locker as well as complimentary hors d'oeuvres & beverages waiting for you in our signature Relaxation Room with its tranquil water wall when your service is complete. We offer a full menu of Massages, Facials, Manis & Pedis, Waxing, and more. Never settle for an "in-and-out" spa service again. Come and find Soulace Day Spa!
I booked a spa day with my sister. I looked at another well rated spa, but chose Soulace because their relaxation room looked so inviting and well, relaxing. From the moment we walked in until the end, we were treated very professionally. The lockers are labeled with your name and inside are your robe and slippers. The robes are to die for! I had a pedicure, facial, and massage. All services were superb. First was my pedicure. They have headphones you can wear to listen to nature sounds etc. The foot massage and the hot towels were a real treat. I don't remember her name (Sandy maybe?) but she got out knots in my feet I didn't know I had. Up next was my facial. Meagan did my facial. She is very good and knows her stuff. This little powerhouse gave me a neck, shoulder, and arm massage that was out of this world. Didn't know I had knots in the palm of my hands! Last but not least was my actual massage. I know why it was booked last because I was completely done after this. Again, knots were massaged out that I didn't realize I had. The hot stones felt so good on my worked over muscles. Between each service we got to spend about 15 minutes in the relaxation room where we snacked and sipped champagne (different options are available for your food and drink). The only problem we had was my sister's massage therapy had gotten mixed up, but that was quickly resolved. I have had other massages before in Greenville, Hilton Head, and IOP and I must say that Soulace is near the top of the list. We will be back.
5 based on 646 reviews
The not-for-profit Peace Center is the premier venue for live entertainment in South Carolina.
This was my first time visiting the Peace Center. It was a very pleasant experience, the staff was friendly and welcoming. Drinks were available for purchase, bathrooms easily accessible, available parking across the street, Starbucks within walking distance.
The concert hall was larger than I expected and decorated with an updated charming decor. We had box seats and that proved to be an enjoyable experience.
I totally enjoyed the concert and look forward to returning to the Peace Center again.
4 based on 33 reviews
I'd rather take my chances walking through the Falls downtown. I wouldn't have minded as much, but I couldn't even relax where I sat. By the looks of the people that were there and the way they acted and talked I decided we couldn't leave our things behind.
I was even more upset due to the way they charged us on the way in. My wife and I had a buy one get one free. They made us use the free one on our daughter who was 1/3 the cost of us. I didn't even get in the trashy water.
Go somewhere else or don't go at all.
4.5 based on 550 reviews
The 20 mile trail stretching from Greenville to Travelers Rest is a mostly paved and divided walking, running, and biking trail. Depending where you enter the trail, you might see a lively small town, a river, Greenville, or woods. Each part of the trail has its own personality. While some people whiz by on bicycles, others are are learning to ride bikes. It's family time with a stroller, exercise time with friends, or social walking time. The trail is a must for all who come to Greenville. The city has an interactive site on the internet showing free parking, restrooms, water fountains, and a few eateries. Find the part of the trail that fits your mood and personality.
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