The Ultimate Guide to Taylors, SC

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Spending some time in Taylors, SC, and looking for things to do or places to eat? Taylors, SC has plenty to offer for your day trip. Before you head out to Taylors, check out our list below of things you should do, where you should eat, and parks you should visit.

Your Guide to Taylor, SC things to do, restaurants, and more

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Things to Do in Taylors, SC
The Mill
Places to Eat in Taylors, SC
Outdoors in Taylors, SC

Things to Do in Taylors, SC

Visit the Southern Bleachery Mill

With several places to eat, hatchet throwing, a smash room, a model train station, an arcade, and places to shop, there’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy. Be sure to read our full guide on The Repurposed Mill before visiting.

232 Mill Street, Taylors

Blue Ox Hatchet House

Learn how to throw hatches at the Blue Ox Hatchet House at Southern Bleachery Mill. You can also sit back on one of the sofas and watch your friends learn a new skill.

250 Mill Street Suite PW1106, Taylors

Blue Ox

Mad Smach Rage Room

Go smash things at The Mad Smash Rage Room at Southern Bleachery Mill. Bring your own things to smash or purchase some things to smash on-site.

250 Mill Street PW 3251, Taylors

Model Train Station

Visit the Model Train Station at Southern Bleachery Mill. This is a great indoor kid space, especially for the ones who love model trains.

250 Mill Street, Taylors

Model Train Station

Pinky’s Revenge Arcade

Play some games at Pinky’s Revenge Arcade at Southern Bleachery Mill. Throwback to the ‘80s, grab some “Old School Square Pizza” and play some arcade games with your family and friends.

250 Mill Street, Taylors

Go Climbing at Climb@Blue Ridge

Everyone can climb! Climb@Blue Ridge offers affordable, indoor climbing for the whole family, and all skill levels. Check out our Kidding Around Review of Climb@Blue Ridge with everything you need to know to plan your own visit.

301 Bulls Road, Taylors

Climb@Blue Ridge in Taylors, SC

Roller Sports in Taylors

Go roller skating at Roller Sports. The roller skating rink has been around for a long time, and they’re still up and running. Parents who are only there to watch their child skate are allowed in free.

328 West Main Street, Taylors

Ice Rink, Bounce House and More at the Pavilion Recreation Complex

Visit the Pavilion’s Recreation Complex. This is one of Greenville’s oldest indoor spots to have fun and has recently undergone renovations. There’s also a full ice rink as well as a bounce house.

400 Scottswood Road, Taylors

Wade Hampton Lanes

30+ lanes of bowling at Wade Hampton Lanes in Taylors.

3065 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors

Places to Eat in Taylors, SC

13 Stripes Brewery at Southern Bleachery Mill for beers on tap, craft classes, trivia nights, and more. Grab a bite to eat from The Farehouse. 

250 Mill Street PW3101, Taylors

13 Stripes Brewery

Junto Coffee at Southern Bleachery Mill for great local coffee. With plenty of natural light and a grassy outdoor space, it’s a great local coffee shop to get some work done, meet up with friends, and let your little ones run around outside. 

232 Mill Street, Taylors

The Farehouse at Southern Bleachery Mill for some delicious pizza, wings, and an extensive cocktail list.

250 Mill Street PW3151, Taylors

Josie’s Chuckwagon for an affordable country home-style meal. Bonus: Kids eat for $0.99 on Monday nights!

6001 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors

Las Meras Tortas off Wade Hampton Boulevard if you want authentic tacos. These tacos are cooked to order, and while you’re waiting on yours, you can help yourself to fresh salsa at the salsa bar. They even have authentic Mexican soda.

3058 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors 

The Maverick Biscuit on Wade Hampton Boulevard has creative and delicious biscuit sandwiches and other creations. They are a very popular spot for breakfast and weekend brunch.

2818 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors

The Maverick Biscuit, Taylors, SC

Grab a snow cone at Sno Hut off Wade Hampton Boulevard at Edwards Forest Plaza.

3243 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Taylors

Outdoors in Taylors, SC

Otter Creek Water Park

Otter Creek is located at Northside Park in Taylors. Operated by Greenville Rec, the water park is home to waterslides, pool, and splash pads. Otter Creek is open seasonally.

101 W. Darby Road
Greenville, SC 29609

Otter Creek Water Park

Parks to Visit in Taylors, SC

David Jackson Park in northern Taylors has a great playground, several baseball fields, a paved walking path, and a nice mountain view.

25 Fowler Road, Taylors

David Jackson Park playground

Herdklotz Park has two large playgrounds, unique climbing structures, and wide-open spaces for your kids to run around in.

126 Beverly Road, Greenville

Herdklotz Park

Lincoln Park has picnic shelters, a paved trail, basketball courts, and a baseball diamond. There’s also a playground.

72 Harnitha Lane, Taylors 

Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park

Northside Park has an incredible water park and a big, sunny playground.

101 West Darby Road, Greenville

The playground at Northside Park
Northside Park

What are your favorite things to do in Taylors, SC?

Shannon Pruitt
About the Author
Shannon moved to the Upstate after college, and other than a brief few years in Florida, has stayed. A former teacher, she is now the mom of one beautiful girl and works from home as a writer, web designer, and brand strategist. She believes tacos don't have to be reserved for Tuesdays, shamelessly listens to crime podcasts, and fuels herself on a daily cup of coffee (or two). You can find her on Instagram @shannonroyalpruitt

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