The city of Easley SC is home to about 18,000 residents including those who commute to the nearby towns of Greenville and Anderson. Nestled near lakes and mountains, the town has natural beauty, wonderful industrial opportunities, and is the largest city in Pickens County. Quality of life is a key phrase that local residents use to describe their reason for choosing Easley SC as their home.
Easley SC is situated at the base of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Easley is near numerous waterfalls, cultural and heritage sites, hiking trails, rivers, and lakes. Outdoor adventure abounds in Easley! One of the many activities is found at the Doodle Trail. The Doodle Trail is a 7.5 mile rails-to-trails partnership between the City of Easley and the City of Pickens which opened Memorial Day Weekend 2015. The multi-use trail is open from dawn to dusk for biking, walking, running and rollerblading.
Easley is a city in Pickens County (with parts extending into Anderson County) in the State of South Carolina. Most of the city lies in Pickens County, with only a very small portion of the city in Anderson County. In 2001, Easley hosted the Big League World Series for the first time, and continued to host the tournament annually until it was disbanded in 2016. In 2017, the Senior League World Series moved to Easley as the host for the annual tournament. The Upper South Carolina State Fair is located in Easley and is held annually in early September.
The downtown of Easley SC is filled with specialty shops, antique dealers, and wonderful restaurants, along with a water-feature park and outdoor amphitheatre which creates a first-class venue for community festivals and entertainment events. There are tons of retailers that are both locally-owned businesses and national brand retail chains.
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