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York County Fall Bucket List

Fall is officially here! 'Tis the season of oversized sweaters, cool crisp mornings, pumpkin-spice everything, fires in the fireplace, and leaf-peeping. The best part? There's never a shortage of fall activities! Here are some of our favorite seasonal activities to enjoy in the fall. Get Outdoors…

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Windy Hill Orchard & Cidery is Opening for Fall

Windy Hill Orchard & Cidery is open for business starting on Thursday, August 19th! This is one of the best family-friendly destinations in York County if you want that farm experience with easy accessibility. What You Need to Know: The farmstand will be open for to-go purchases of all your…

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Every Farm You Can Get Peaches at in York County

Did you know South Carolina is the 2nd largest state for peach production behind California? In fact, there are about 18,000 acres of peach orchards here in the Palmetto state. Here are some of the farms you can load up on peaches in York County. Springs Farm Fresh Market This orchard sits…

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Pick Your Own Strawberries at These York County Farms

Looking for a place to pick your own strawberries while having fun with the whole family? Here are the York County farms offering U-pick strawberries this season! Bush-N-Vine Saturdays only 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM $20/gallon $11/half gallon 📍 1650 Filbert Hwy York, SC 29745 Cherry Place Farm…

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African-American Sites to Visit in York County, South Carolina

York County is home to rich African-American history. From lessons from the enslaved at Historic Brattonsville to learning about the birth of the “Jail, No Bail” movement – York County's history isn’t complete without the significant contributions of the county's African-American citizens. Discover…

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How to Spend a day in York, South Carolina

Located just 13 miles west of Rock Hill is York, a friendly town that is rich with history and southern charm. Founded in 1785, York serves as the county seat and is known as the "White Rose City" after The War of the Roses in the 1400s in England between the House of Lancaster and the House of…

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