About The Area
In 1842 a farmer named West Allen Williams discovered a natural mineral spring on his property and its water was believed to have healing properties. The town adopted the name "Miracle Springs" up until 1852 when it was changed to Williamston. The town is located in Anderson County, but isn't a far drive to Greenville thanks to the I-85 business corridor.
There are several must try eateries in the area! First off, you have to check out the Smokin' Pig BBQ which has delicious pulled pork and you can enjoy playing cornhole on their lawn. There's also Maple Bakery and Coffee House which is the perfect place to swing by for your morning coffee or sit and enjoy one of their muffins, cupcakes, and cookies. Lastly, the Happy Cow Creamery is the last remaining dairy farm in the area and people travel from all over to buy fresh milk, cheese, and other dairy products.
For some things to do in the area, there's the Mineral Springs Park where the mineral spring was actually found. It has some great walking trails along the water and is a great space for families to play. The Welcome Ranch is also a great spot to visit. They offer trail rides, summer camps, pony rides for kids, and you can even host birthday parties there!
Williamston is a great place to live if you want the amenities of the big city with a small town setting. You can truly live, play, and work here!
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