- Our list of the best things to do in Walhalla, South Carolina, features the top 84 nearby activities — including 39 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Walhalla, SC has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Walhalla, SC , followed by 75 popular activities in nearby cities, including Highlands, Clemson, Toccoa, Sapphire, Clayton, Pickens, Cashiers, Dillard, Tiger, Anderson, Long Creek, Pendleton and Salem
Clayton, Georgia is home to Southeastern Expeditions, a touring company that specializes in small-group whitewater rafting expeditions. The company also operates kayak tours and overnight camping trips. Southeastern Expeditions also rents canoes and kayaks.
The Fort Hill Plantation was owned by statesman John C. Calhoun from 1825 to 1850. Calhoun sold the plantation to the state to establish an agricultural college, and the home is furnished with artifacts belonging to his family.
Lee Gallery promotes visual arts through exhibitions that explore contemporary issues in art, architecture, cultural diversity and collaborative approaches to art making. Final thesis juries and a final year exhibition are held in this historic gallery built in 1958.
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Home to the collegiate golf team, The Walker Course At Clemson University, is an 18-hole course designed to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. Featuring rolling hills and long fairways, this course is ranked in the top ten collegiate courses, in America.
Providing the only public access to Lake Joccassee, Devils Fork State Park is notable for its mountain streams, waterfalls, and trout fishing, its clear water is also ideal for scuba diving. Overnight accommodation is available via campgrounds or fully-furnished villas.
Travelers Rest Historic Site, a stagecoach inn and plantation home, was built around 1815. Today, visitors can tour the house and see many original artifacts and furnishings, some of which were crafted by Caleb Shaw, a renowned cabinetmaker from Massachusetts.
Often referred to as 'Death Valley', Memorial Stadium, is home to the NCAA football team Clemson Tigers. Originally built in 1942, the stadium has played host to dozens of thrilling football games attended by millions of spectators.
Visitors can enjoy scenic views of the creek while warming up to a fireplace at Warwoman Dell Recreation Area. The surrounding forest contains trails for hikers to explore. There is also an old trout hatchery on the grounds.