Travel and golf writer Chuck Miller (a.k.a. The Traveling Guy) is featured each week on the nationally syndicated Real Golf Radio program, where he reports on location from his 50-state tour of America’s greatest destinations. His March 10, 2012 audio report recaps his visit to Greenville, his stay at The Reserve at Lake Keowee, and his golfing experience on our Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. Chuck comments on all that he discovered here at The Reserve including “…peaceful serenity not found in most places.”
Meet The Upstate of South Carolina: What makes the Upstate of South Carolina so special? That depends on whom you ask, but one thing is certain: The 10 counties that compose this region hold surprises at every turn. From the arts scene in downtown Greenville to the recreational wonderland in the Blue Ridge foothills, there’s a cultural and natural richness that’s hard to beat.
Read the 20-page feature story here.
Learn more about Upstate South Carolina here.
Whether you’re a “foodie” or just love dining out, the restaurant scene in downtown Greenville offers wonderful cuisine and city excitement just 45 minutes from The Reserve. Great foodie gift items and chef prepared dishes and treat are also available right here for you to enjoy at The Reserve Market. We look forward to seeing you during your next visit to The Village.
Crowds gathered at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) on Saturday to welcome Southwest Airlines to the Upstate. The inaugural flight from Dallas landed shortly after 3pm, piloted by Clemson University alumni Bert Godwin and John Lawton. Commercial service began Sunday including seven daily non-stop flights to/from Washington/Baltimore, Chicago, Houston, Orlando and Nashville.
“We were thrilled to learn that a low-cost, customer service-focused airline would fly directly from BWI into Greenville,” says Reserve Members and Maryland residents Janet and Leonard Nardone. “Now we can get to a town we love more easily and, best of all, bring the people we love with us! We plan to fly from BWI to GSP, enjoy a short, scenic drive to our home at The Reserve at Lake Keowee, and invite our friends and family along with us. The ease of an affordable, direct flight from our hometown to our favorite relaxation spot means more than I can say.”
Visiting Lake Keowee has never been easier. Take advantage of these new flights and low-fares during your Real Estate Discovery Visit to The Reserve.
SCHAUMBURG, IL – The NFL Chicago Bears won their home playoff game today, taking one step closer towards a visit south for the 2011 Super Bowl in Texas. More than 600 Chicago-area families also had their eye on southern destinations this weekend, attending the LiveSouth real estate show at the Hyatt Regency Woodfield to learn about great places to retire like The Reserve at Lake Keowee. There were smiles all around when these families learned about The Reserve’s new multi-generational Legacy Membership, extending club privileges to the entire family from parents and children to grandparents and grandchildren…at no additional cost!
Ron Bernthal of NPR affiliate station WJFF Radio Catskill in Jeffersonville, NY delivers this two-part travel narrative on the nearby excitement of Greenville, South Carolina—a popular hang out for Reserve members. The Borders travel segment is a regular feature on the station, introducing exciting destinations to WJFF listeners in NY, NJ and PA. In this feature, Bernthal details his recent visit to Greenville, with a fresh perspective on the downtown revitalization, the abundance of arts and culture amenities, and some local knowledge on where to go for farm-fresh cuisine.
Part 1: Greenville’s revitalization and cultural arts
Part 2: Greenville’s farm-to-table restaurant and food festival scene
US AIRWAYS MARCH 2010 – “This isn’t your average downtown. This isn’t a block or two of renovated warehouses, pricey bistros, and contemporary art galleries. What Greenville, South Carolina, has done to its downtown makes other cities green with envy — think inventive restaurants, locally owned boutiques, a stellar arts scene, and a 30-acre park with pedestrian bridge and waterfall. (And that’s barely skimming the surface.) Located just two hours from Atlanta and Charlotte, this is one cool city, with forward-thinking leaders and a clear-cut plan that has transformed downtown into the destination it is today. Read the feature profile of Greenville, South Carolina.
Just named one of America’s Best Bang-For-The-Buck Cities, Greenville, SC is only 35 minutes from The Reserve at Lake Keowee. Greenville is a delightful southern city rich with first-class restaurants, performing arts, shopping, entertainment, museums, parks, a lively downtown area and Furman University.