About The Area
The third part of the Golden Strip is Mauldin, SC which also includes Fountain Inn and Simpsonville. The one main difference in Mauldin and the rest of the Golden Strip is that it doesn't have a true downtown, but it still has so much to offer. The city was founded in 1784 with only 100 acres of land and it really became the farm area that serviced downtown Greenville. Today, Mauldin is a thriving suburb of downtown Greenville that has its own DNA rich in history, activities, and great restaurants!
When it comes to eateries in the area, Tato's Pizzeria is a fantastic choice. They are known for their hand-tossed pizza while also having a Colombian vibe. If you're looking for a great place to grab a burger, then you definitely need to check out HipBurger. They opened their doors in 2020 and they believe that food truly brings people together. Our last recommendation is Wholy Smoke because who doesn't love barbecue? They are a Texas style BBQ joint that has phenomenal pulled pork and ribs. No matter which restaurant you choose in Mauldin, we promise you won't be disappointed.
In terms of activities in the area, Mauldin has done a great job of giving people places to build community. The Mauldin Sports Center has both youth and adult leagues for basketball, baseball, and more. There is also the Mauldin Cultural Center which hosts plays, musicals, and youth events. Lastly, there is the Conestee Nature Preserve which is 145 acres surrounded by walking trails, a dog park, and lake. It is the perfect spot for having a picnic or just to relax in the beautiful South Carolina weather.
Many people move to Mauldin not only for the types of homes they can choose from, but also because of its close proximity to downtown Greenville, the Western Upstate, and Simpsonville. Most importantly, people choose to move here because of the small town southern charm, eateries, and activities.
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