Favorite Picnic Spots Around the Midlands

The Saluda River from Saluda Shoals Park Saluda Shoals Park - This 400-acre regional park has plenty of space for picnics. You can spread out a blanket in a number of spots or walk along the Greenway and picnic on a bench with a view of the beautiful Saluda River. Picnic shelters can be reserved. … Continue reading Favorite Picnic Spots Around the Midlands

Refreshing Fruity Cocktails

Watermelon Paloma Picture and Recipe Courtesy Watermelon Board  Ingredients 3 ounces silver tequila1/4 cup grapefruit juice1/2 cup cubed watermelon1 cup watermelon juice, frozen in ice cube tray (optional)2 teaspoons agave nectar1 tablespoon lime juicevaried amount club sodavaried amount kosher saltsprigs mint or basil for garnishtwo wedges watermelon for garnish  Instructions Pour a generous amount of salt on a small plate. Line the rims of two … Continue reading Refreshing Fruity Cocktails

Picnic Time! Best Places in the Midlands

SESQUICENTENNIAL STATE PARK | Northeast Columbia Located in Northeast Columbia on Two Notch Road, "Sesqui" is a beloved 1400 acre park that offers many activities for visitors including a 30-acre lake with fishing boat, kayak/canoe, SUP and pedal boat rentals, 12 miles of hiking and biking trails, a splash pad for cooling off, a playground … Continue reading Picnic Time! Best Places in the Midlands