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Celebrate Mardi Gras Near Greenville, SC in 2024

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Are you looking for ways to celebrate Mardi Gras in the Upstate this year? Whether you’re looking for places to pick up some festive Mardi Gras food and king cakes in Greenville, or you’re seeking a local Mardi Gras event near Greenville, we have all the information you need! So, use this list and pull off a fun Mardi Gras celebration with your family. The food, the sweets, all of it!

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Mardi Gras Events Near Greenville, SC
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Where to Buy King Cakes Near Greenville, SC


Best Suburbs and Cities Near Greenville, SC to Live in 2024

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Are you thinking of moving to the towns and suburbs that surround Greenville, SC? Greenville is a beautiful, family-friendly city nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The city has topped lists all over the country as one of the best places to live and people are taking notice! There is much more to Greenville than the downtown area, with several small towns surrounding the city that offer an abundance of charm, plenty of shopping, family-friendly activities, and wonderful neighborhoods to raise a family.

Best cities and towns near Greenville, SC to live

Things to Do This Month Near Greenville, SC

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Are you looking for things to do this month or even this weekend in Greenville, SC? From concerts to shows to children’s programming, sporting events, festivals, and free events, there is almost always a great answer when you’re searching for things to do near you, at least there is when you live in South Carolina’s Upstate!

Things to do in February in Greenville, South Carolina

What’s happening this month in Greenville, SC?

Never be bored, and never miss an event your family will love! We’re highlighting some of the coolest, most unique, most interesting, and most popular events this month. But don’t forget to check out our FULL event calendar for even more amazing options. Here’s what to do this month near Greenville, SC.


Here are the Best Daddy/Daughter Dates in the Upstate

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Hey dads! If you’re looking for great daddy-daughter events in Greenville, SC and the Upstate, we’ve got the list here. Most of these ideas are seasonal and happen around Valentine’s Day.

Daddy Daughter dates nights for 2024 near Greenville, South Carolina

Valentine’s Day is approaching, which means mom and dad have a good chance to get away on their own, but it’s also a great reminder of the importance of dads and daughters having a special time together.  Here are a few ideas for dads and daughters to hang out—no matter how old the daughters are.

(2024 dates are still being added so check back in a couple of weeks!)

For other times of the year, our list of 20 Parent/Kid Dates is full of a ton of ideas that are perfect for any season, budget, or family situation.

Upstate Daddy Daughter Events: Greenville, SC

Most daughters love spending time with their dads, and an activity together is a great way to do so. These are some local events for dads and their precious girls:

Daddy-Daughter Dance

Friday, February 2, 2024 from 6-8 pm

Head to the elegant Grand Holland Estate in Simpsonville for an evening of dancing and dinner. Tickets are $25/person and the event is geared for ages 3-13.

Grand Holland Estate
815 Holland Road, Simpsonville

Father/Daughter Date Night

Friday, February 2nd, 2024

The Annual Father/Daughter Date Night at Color Clay Cafe includes pottery painting, chocolate fondue, and beverages. RSVPs are required, and you can call the studio during business hours to reserve a table. The cost is a $12 studio fee that covers dad and daughter, and additional daughters are $3 plus the cost of their pottery.

Color Clay Cafe
2518 E. North Street, Greenville

Daddy Daughter Date Night at Tip Top Cake Shop

Saturday, February 3, 2024 at 5 pm

Dads can bring their daughters to Tip Top Cake Shop in Easley for a night of sweet treats and fun. Tickets are $45/each dad/daughter and $10/each additional daughters. All ages are welcome.

Tip Top Cake Shop
601 Williams Avenue, Easley

Ties & Tiaras Sweetheart Dance

Friday, February 9, 2024 from 6:30-9 pm

The Sweetheart Dance promises to be a night of fun and memories for dads and their daughters (ages 5+). The event will have lots of food, music, and dancing. Tickets are $60/couple and $30/each additional child.

Cleveland Park Event Center
141 N Cleveland Park Drive, Spartanburg

Simpsonville Daddy Daughter Date Night Dance [SOLD OUT]

Friday, February 9, 2024 from 6:30-8:30 pm

Great opportunity for dads to have a special night with their daughter(s), enjoy dinner, and have fun. Children ages 3-13 are admitted. Tickets are $20 per person and must be purchased in advance at the Simpsonville Activity & Senior Center. Tickets cannot be purchased online or via phone and will not be sold at the door. If you have any questions, please email Special Events Coordinator Lisa Everidge at leveridge@simpsonville.com

Simpsonville Activity Center
310 West Curtis Street, Simpsonville

Daddy-Daughter Date Day at Steam Coffee & Cream

February 9, 2024, at 6 and 7 pm and February 10, 2024, at 2 and 3 pm

Dads and Daughters can enjoy a special meal, beverage, and dessert along with activities at Steam Coffee & Cream. Reservations are required, and times can be reserved for an hour at the times above via this link. The cost is $30 for Dad/Daughter together and $10 for an additional daughter.

Steam Coffee & Cream
113 South Main Street, Fountain Inn

Daddy Daughter Date Night

Friday, February 9, 2024, and Friday, February 23, 2024, from 6-7:30 pm; $3/person plus the cost of pottery.

9th Annual Valentine’s Daddy-Daughter Date Night at Hearts of Clay with chocolate, candies, cookies soft drinks, and water. Call to reserve your seat.

Hearts of Clay
660 Spartan Boulevard, Suite 20, Spartanburg

Daddies, Daughters, and Donuts

Saturday, February 10, 2024 from 9-10 am

Join Once Upon a Dream Parties and Aiel, Rapunzel, and Aurora to celebrate the love between you and your daughter(s). The cost is $15/child and includes one adult. Please RSVP to attend by calling 864-421-2472.

Once Upon a Dream Parties
Greenville, SC

Daddy Daughter Dance

February 10, 2024, from 6-8 pm

This event in Fountain Inn will be held at the Fountain Inn Activity Center. The event will include dinner, dancing, a photo station, and more. All ages are welcome. Tickets are $25/person and include dinner and a photo and must be purchased in advance.

Fountain Inn Activity Center
600 Fairview Street, Fountain Inn

Swan Lake Children’s Ball

Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 6 pm

Join the International Ballet for the inaugural Swan Lake Children’s Ball, an evening dedicated to parents and their children that includes a DJ, raffles for prizes, hors d’oeuvres, and dancing. Tickets are $30/person.

Greenville Country Club
239 Byrd Boulevard. Greenville

Daddy-Daughter Dance & Play Date

Sunday, February 11, 2024, from 3-5 pm

This dad-daughter dance and play date is happening at Palmetto Proper in Travelers Rest. Tickets include a play pass, a catered meal, and photo opportunities. Tickets are $30/child and $10/adult.

Palmetto Proper
164 S Main Street, Suite B, Travelers Rest

Chic-Fil-A Taylors Daddy Daughter Date Night

Monday, February 12th, 2024 and Tuesday, February 13th, 2024 from 5 pm – 8 pm
*Night 1 for 2024 is sold out.

Dad-daughter date night at Chic-FIl-A in Taylors. The first night sold out quickly so reserve your spot soon. $15/person

2801 Wade Hampton Blvd, Suite C, Taylors

Light Up the Night Daddy Daughter Glow Dance

Saturday, February 17, 2024, from 6-8 pm

This fun event will be at the Lyman Event Center, 59 Groce Road, Lyman and guests are encouraged to wear white or neon to light up the night. Tickets are $40 per couple and $15 for each additional child. To purchase tickets, go to Lyman Town Hall at 81 Groce Road. The dance is open for all ages. Call 864.439.3453 for more info. Tickets include dinner, music, and dancing.

Lyman Event Center
59 Groce Road, Lyman

Daddy Daughter Date Night

Friday, February 23, 2024 at Pickens Branch YMCA from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm
Friday, March 1, 2024 at Powdersville Branch YMCA from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Tickets are $25/member and $25/non-member

Sponsored by the YMCA of Easley, Pickens, and Powdersville, this event includes desserts, photo opportunities, and lots of dancing!

Powdersville YMCA (February 23, 2024)
9115 SC-81, Piedmont; 864.625.2060
Pickens YMCA (March 1, 2024)
2223 Gentry Memorial Highway, Pickens

Dad-Daughter & Mother-Son Dance

Friday, February 23, 2024 from 7-10 pm

Tickets include photo opportunities, dancing, and cupcakes. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased online.

Nara Hall
311 Spartanburg Highway, Wellford

Daddy Daughter Date Night: Barnyard Edition

Friday, March 1, 2024 from 6-8 pm

The Church at the Mill is hosting a dad-daughter date night barn yard with dancing, food, and activities for dads with daughters in 1st-5th grades. Tickets are $15/person.

The Church at the Mill
2589 Ballenger Road, Wellford

Daddy Daughter Date Night

Thursday, April 11, 2024 at 5:30 pm and 6:45 pm

Chic-Fil-A in Greer is hosting a Daddy-Daughter date night that is reservation only. There will be two seatings: one at 5:30 pm and 6:45 pm. Call for reservations: 864.848.5222.

Chic-Fil-A Greer
1379 W Wade Hampton Blvd, Greer

Family Date Nights

If you’re hoping to include the whole family or have a special mother-daughter or mother-son date, consider the following events.

Someone Special Dinner at Fork & Plough

February 13, 2024

Join Fork & Plough for a special dinner with your child. There will be a special kid-friendly menu alongside the restaurant’s normal menu. You can make reservations on the restaurant’s website.

Fork and Plough
1629 East North Street, Greenville

Family Date Night at Abbott’s Custard

Monday, February 12, 2024 at 6 & 6:45 pm

Prepaid reservations are required at all times. Adult tickets (ages 12+ are $15.50) include two slices of pizza from Merrell’s Pizza, a sundae from our menu, or a create-your-own sundae with one sauce, one topping, whipped cream, and cherry, and your choice of a soft drink or bottled water. Child tickets (ages 1-11, $11.50) include one slice of pizza from Merrell’s Pizza, a kiddie scoop of custard with your choice of 1 topping, and your choice of a soft drink or bottled water. Children who do not need a seat or are not eating do not need a ticket. Tickets are not sold in the shop or by phone and are only available online.

Abbott’s Frozen Custard
119 E Poinsett Street, Greer

Other Activities for Daddy-Daughter Date Night: Greenville, SC


If you’re looking for a fancy outing with a younger daughter, you might enjoy a SC Children’s Theatre performance of Pinkalicious: The Musical. And our Things to do with Teens in Greenville guide may help if you have a teen daughter.

Fun Playtime Together

Of course, the old standbys such as mini golf, bowling, and hiking can provide a lot of fun memories. Consider asking your daughter to pick an activity—she will likely have a great idea.

Dinner Date

Check out our Kids Eat Free options for a treat.  If you’re looking for restaurants that are a little more upscale but still have kid-friendly fare, Southern Culture, and Tupelo Honey offer southern food that even picky eaters will enjoy. And Grill Marks’ combo of hamburgers and milkshakes is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

No matter what activity or dinner option you choose, you can create a priceless memory with your daughter by asking to spend time with her. It’s a tradition that can happen far more often than just around Valentine’s Day each year.

Do you know of a great Daddy Daughter Date idea that we should add to our list?

This article was originally written By Robert Neely and has been heavily updated by the Kidding Around Team.


Duke World of Energy: Learn About What Powers The Upstate

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Do you have a young one with an inquisitive mind? Bring them to the Duke World of Energy where they can learn how the electricity that keeps the lights on at home is generated and brought to local houses and businesses.

Did we mention this exhibit is FREE?

We know our readers love free things to do near Greenville so we visited the Duke World of Energy and we’re bringing you all the information you need to plan your own visit soon!

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Duke Energy World of Energy

Located on the southern shore of beautiful Lake Keowee, The Oconee Nuclear Station provides energy to nearly 2 million homes via nuclear power. There is a multitude of steps that go into producing so much energy, and families can learn all about it at the power plant’s educational center.

Inside the Duke World of Energy

The Duke World of Energy is a free hands-on exhibit. Visitors will learn how electricity is generated at the plant and how the surrounding lakes contribute. You’ll start off with a short film, followed by a variety of interactive educational displays about energy production at the plant. The experience takes about 30-45 minutes.

As you enter each exhibit room, the presentation is started by an interactive touchpad. As you move from room to room you will learn about the process the plant uses to create the power that flows into homes. The way the exhibit is set up, in multiple rooms will keep kids from toddler to school-age entertained. About halfway through, you’ll find a huge picture window overlooking the power plant – a perfect photo opportunity. I was surprised to learn that this is the fifth-largest nuclear plant in the country.

Duke Energy World of Energy

The exhibits towards the end seemed to be the stars of the show for my children. My son loved the security display which features half of a car and the mirrored tool they use to check underneath cars entering the facility. The last two rooms – my daughter’s favorite – feature a simulated outdoor space, complete with taxidermy animals and an adjoining room that looks like a home. She loved looking out the window back into the “outdoor” room and waving to us.

The topography map is really neat – you can see the entire Jocassee Gorges, the Foothills Trail, the SC State Parks near there, and Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee. These kinds of maps are always fascinating!

Topographical map at Duke Energy World of Energy

Nature Trail and More at Duke Energy: World of Energy

After visiting the World of Energy exhibit, head outside to the quarter-mile nature trail by the lake. You’ll find a covered picnic shelter, a fishing pier, and even a butterfly garden that’s open during the warmer months. Unfortunately, there is a shortage of dining options nearby, so it’s a good idea to plan ahead and bring a picnic.

We sat on the dock to eat lunch and finish our homeschool work and it was very relaxing. There’s a path that winds its way down to a small beach as well where you can hang out and enjoy the beautiful view. Stay off the helipad though, as the signs say!

You can also fish on the pier if you like. This is such a great way to spend a leisurely afternoon and a fun field trip. The view is breathtaking, and you just might learn something while you’re there.

Dock at Duke Energy World of Energy

FREE Special Events at Duke World of Energy

Don’t forget to check the Duke Energy website for events. In the past, The World of Energy has hosted several community events, including a National Hunting, an Orchid event (currently scheduled for February 15-17, 2024), a Fishing Day event, and a home school day.

Want to Visit Duke World of Energy?

Duke World Of Energy
7812 Rochester Highway | Seneca, SC 29672

Open 10 am-4 pm
Wednesday through Friday
Please confirm the hours before you head to the World Of Energy.

This article was originally written by Melanie Coblentz and has been updated by the Kidding Around Team.

Restaurant Week Is A Great Opportunity To Try A New Spot In Greenville, SC

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Are you ready for the first Restaurant Week in Greenville, SC of 2024? There will never be a better time to support your Greenville restaurants than right now! The whole state of South Carolina will holds its annual Restaurant Week in January, and Greenville also holds a mini-Restaurant Week in August. The South Carolina Restaurant Week provides diners with the perfect opportunity to support locals and try something new.

The 2024 restaurant week lineup includes over two dozen restaurants in Greenville for you to try between January 11-21, 2024.

That’s a lot to choose from, so we will pick a few Upstate favorites and explain how to best take advantage of this special week for lovers of local restaurants.


10+ Delicious Farm-to-Table Restaurants: Greenville, SC Eats Local

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Looking for a farm-to-table restaurant in Greenville, SC or the Upstate? Believe it or not, Greenville County has more than one thousand restaurants! If your family aims to support local businesses and farms, consider visiting a farm-to-table restaurant that relies on locally-sourced ingredients. There are now so many in the area that making a choice can be a bit overwhelming. We’ve compiled a list of farm-to-table restaurants in Greenville, SC for you.

Golden Brown & Delicious- Shrimp and Grits
Golden Brown & Delicious- Shrimp and Grits
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For more great restaurants in Greenville, SC, don’t miss our Ultimate Guide to Restaurants Near Greenville, SC!

Finding Farm-to-Table Restaurants In The Upstate

While chain and fast-food restaurants offer convenience and prices that can be hard to beat, an increasing number of families have an interest in enjoying locally-grown foods. The reasons for doing so are many.

  • It supports local farms.
  • Food is farmed at its peak and has a shorter travel time from farm to table, ensuring freshness of ingredients.
  • It can also be fun to eat foods that are grown seasonally and reveal a chef’s creative flair.

The popularity of local farmers markets tells us that support for local farms is here to stay and an increasing number of Upstate restaurants understand the appeal. In turn, the number of restaurants that celebrate the farm-to-table ethos continues to increase in the Upstate.

So, if you’re curious to see which to choose first, we have a list of places for you! 

The Anchorage

586 Perry Ave, Greenville, SC 29611 | 864.219.3082
Located in the village of West Greenville, The Anchorage is committed to serving small plates, craft cocktails & beer, and wine. They pride themselves on offering a “unique dining experience.” In 2018, The James Beard Foundation recognized them as a Semi-Finalist for Best New Restaurant! Choose from dishes like Rock Shrimp, Slow Cooked Short Rib, Tahini Hummus, and more!

The Cook’s Station

515 Buncombe Street, Greenville, 29601 | 864.250.0091
The Cook Station includes a cafe, wine bar, and market, in addition to an education kitchen, retail space, and appliance showroom. The cafe’s menu includes breakfast items, baked goods, sandwiches, and salads.  In addition to pantry items, the market area offers several grab-and-go items. You can also build your own charcuterie board from a selection of locally-sourced meats and cheeses.

Golden Brown & Delicious (GB&D)

147 Welborn St Suite B1, Greenville, SC 29601 | 864.608.9513
Don’t get me started about the fries & chicken sandwich at GB&D! They’re both crispy & taste fresh. Well, actually, everything is fresh. Their noodles are handmade & they serve local beef! They source many of their ingredients locally, so their menu is ever-changing. Try their Shrimp & Grits, Tomato & Avocado sandwich, Fish Burger or even their Just Beet Salad! To keep up with their latest offerings, be sure to follow them on Instagram. GB&D is located in The Commons, along with other local favorites like Automatic Taco, The Community Tap, SC Bakeroom, and Methodical Coffee.

Farm Fresh Fast

860 S. Church Street, Greenville, SC 29601 | 864.518.1978
The folks at Farm Fresh Fast pride themselves on the relationships they’ve built with the farms they source their food from. They’re part of the growth movement “farm to table.” They offer vegan, vegetarian as well as options for carnivores. Some of their dishes include Vegan “Chicken Bacon” Ranch Wrap, Apple Harvest Salad, Toasted Chicken Bacon Ranch Wrap, and so much more!

Farmhouse Tacos

164 S. Main Street, Travelers Rest, 29690 | 864.610.0586
Farmhouse Tacos is proud of the dozens of local farms from which it sources its ingredients and a chalkboard at the restaurant proudly tells you where your meal’s ingredients comes from. Their menu includes a stunning array of tacos. My mind is on their Alabama Street taco, the Smokehouse Brisket taco, and the Nashville Hot Chicken taco.

Fireforge Crafted Beer

311 E. Washington Street, Greenville, 29601 | 864.300.4809
Located in downtown Greenville, Fireforge Crafted Beer‘s kitchen churns out small bites, shareable snacks, meals and even desserts that rely on locally-sourced ingredients as much as possible. Right now, I really want to order the Where’s Waldorf? sammie. I will follow it with the Cheesecake of the Week. Cheesecake is my love language.

Fork and Plough

1629 E. North Street, Greenville, 29607 | 864.609.4249
Located in the historic Overbrook neighborhood, Fork and Plough is what happens when two farmers and a chef collaborate. Plus it’s not just a restaurant: If you need a quick yummy meal their market and butcher counter has everything you need! Just last week, I nabbed a Shepherd’s Pie, a few slices of sweet potato cake, and a pack of adult beverages to go–all of which were delicious! Each time I go to Fork and Plough, I find some of my favorite comfort foods. My first time there involved a particularly good experience with a soft-shelled crab. Right now, their Baked Lobster Savannah is calling my name!

The Kennedy

221 E. Kennedy Street, Spartanburg, 29306 | 864.586.5554
The Kennedy keeps popping up on my radar and, after looking over their menu, I need to treat myself and make this happen. Duck Confit and Pork Shank aren’t often on the menu in my home and I’d delight in someone else making this for me! In addition to large plates like these, The Kennedy offers plates for sharing, sandwiches, salads, several sides, and desserts. The Kennedy is in downtown Spartanburg, about 30 minutes from Greenville.

The Lazy Goat

170 River Place, Greenville, 29601 | 864.679.5299
The Lazy Goat is an old favorite of mine. Visions of their fried goat cheese and Moroccan Lamb dance in my head. The globally-inspired menu includes small plates, pizzas, large plates, and family-style meals. With desserts like Orange Blossom Ice Cream and apple bread pudding on the menu, you should leave room for dessert!

Southside Smokehouse

726 S. Howard Avenue, Landrum, 29356 | 864.457.4581
Located about 40 minutes from Greenville, Southside Smokehouse‘s menu is all about Southern comfort food, such as barbecue and several Cajun and Creole dishes. And, y’all, their daily specials make me want to get in the car right now and include things like Chicken & Waffle Fries and Smoked Pork Nachos. The chef relies on vegetables from farms around Landrum, Tryon, and Columbus whenever possible.  

Topsoil Kitchen & Market

13 S. Main Street, Travelers Rest, 29690 | 864.400.5424
Topsoil Kitchen & Market is located in Travelers Rest, and uses local ingredients while serving homemade bread, which is made in house every day. They offer plenty of vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as dishes for omnivores. With dishes such as Ramen, Fried Rice Bowl, Local Grass-fed, it will not disappoint!


220 North Main Street, Greenville | 864.298.2424
Roost is no newbie to Greenville, SC. It’s been here for a while and is known for its Southern, farm-to-table food. Roost is located on Noma Plaza in downtown Greenville and uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. They serve a breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner. They also have good happy hour deals and this is a great place to gather with your friends and family, especially when you’re able to hear the sounds from live music events happening in the plaza.

Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

205 Cedar Lane Road, Greenville | 864.255.3385
Located right off the Swamp Rabbit Trail, the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery is another local favorite farm-to-table restaurant and market in one. At least half of their food offerings are sourced from within 150 miles of Greenville. It’s a great place to bring kids, too. Over the years they’ve expanded their building and land to include more indoor and outdoor spaces. Be sure to read our full guide to visiting the little world of food perfection that is the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery.

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Hamilton & Co. of Keller Williams: One of SC’s Top Producing Real Estate Teams

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About Hamilton & Co.

Hamilton & Co. (partner) are experts on real estate in the Upstate. With over 900 5-star reviews on Google and nearly 1000 families served in the last five years, Dan Hamilton and his team are the top-ranked real estate team in Greenville. They work with clients to find the right home to buy or the right strategy for selling a home.

Real Estate Tips from Dan Hamilton

Dan’s Favorite Fall Activities for Greenville Newcomers: There’s plenty of family-friendly fun and adventure to be had during the Fall in Greenville and the Upstate. See Dan’s list of activities that will remind you of why Greenville is the place to be!

Dan Hamilton’s Guide to Spring Home Maintenance:  For those ready to tackle spring cleaning on a whole new level, Dan Hamilton breaks down some of his team’s favorite home maintenance tasks. Whether you’re prepping for a move or just happy to crack open some windows, you’ll improve your home by taking a few steps needed to keep things in tip-top shape.

Dan Hamilton’s Guide to Home Renovations: You can improve the resale value of your home with four of the best and most affordable renovations that will help increase your buyer appeal.

Dan’s Guide for First-Time Home Buyers:  Buying your first home doesn’t have to be difficult! Dan breaks down the home buying process for you, with special tips just for first-time buyers and buyers looking for a home in Greenville, SC.

Dan’s Guide to Upstate Neighborhoods: In this guest article, Dan offers an overview of some of Greenville’s gems–its quaint communities and neighborhoods. Whether you’re already settled into a community you love or you’re looking for a new one, learn a little more about the neighborhoods that make Greenville special!

Dan Hamilton’s Guide to Walkable Communities: Interested in a home within walking distance of activities, shopping, or dining? This guide is for you! In this article, Dan highlights some Upstate neighborhoods with amazing amenities like pools, walking trails, and sports facilities, along with others that are right next to some unique shopping and retail locations.

Dan’s Guide to the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail System: A long-time resident of Greenville and a fan of getting outside and having fun with his family, Dan Hamilton shares some of his favorite stops along the trail system.

10 Amazing Activities from Dan Hamilton that You Need to Do This Fall: For those looking for a fun activity or two to help ease your family back into the school year, enjoy this list of some of Dan’s family’s favorites. This list includes the very newest and most popular Greenville attractions right along with some old classics.

Frequently Asked Questions Facebook Live: During a Facebook Live discussion with Kidding Around’s Bethany, Dan tackles some of the most frequently asked questions he and his team hear when helping families find the right home in the Greenville area. 

Meet Dan Hamilton

Hamilton shake hands buyers

Dan Hamilton is a founder and Team Leader of Hamilton & Co. of Keller Williams Realty, which consistently ranks as one of the top-producing real estate teams in South Carolina. Passionate about Greenville and the Upstate, Dan is also a former member of the SC House of Representatives and has also served as a Director for the Greater Greenville Association of REALTORS and the South Carolina Association of REALTORS. Dan and his wife Kelly are also parents to four children. On most weekends, Dan can be found on the sidelines of the soccer field either coaching or cheering on one of his kids.

Contact Hamilton & Co

Phone: 864.527.7685
Location: 403 Woods Lake Rd #100, Greenville, SC
Website: Hamilton & Co
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The Upstate’s Best Events: Don’t Miss These Events in 2024 near Greenville, SC

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Wondering what not to miss this year? At Kidding Around we love sharing things to do in Greenville and the Upstate. To kick off our new year, and help you plan out yours, our contributors teamed up to share their absolute favorite, never-miss, already excited-about, must-go to events of the year. Get out your calendars. Bookmark this list. Whatever you do, don’t miss the Upstate’s best events of 2024.