The Summerville scene is booming with unique bars, restaurants and clubs that guests like to take advantage of. With a population of only 48,000, Summerville offers many activities that are not overpopulated. Although there are numerous places to go in the center of town, some travelers prefer activities that are off the beaten path. Below are several Summerville scene experiences that are not found in the heart of the city.
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The Flowertown Festival is a large and unique festival that is held in Summerville each year. The festival runs for three days at the end of march and includes everything from arts and crafts to fresh local foods. If you are going to be in Summerville for a short time, this is the best way to get a feel for the entire city in one day. Many of the more obscure restaurants in the region bring food to the festival. If you bring your kids, there are several carnival rides and events that they can take part in. On the three days it's open, the festival runs from 9 to 5, except the last day when it runs from 9 to 4. Guests staying at a Summerville Inn may have to drive a little to get to this festival, but its remote location is part of its charm.
Legend Oaks Golf Club
118 Legend Oaks Way
Summerville, South Carolina 29485-6202
The Legend Oaks Golf Club is a quiet and unassuming golf club located in Summerville. One of the region's best kept secrets, the course boasts 18 beautiful holes of regulation golf. The course is covered in 250 year old oak trees and several gorgeous water hazards. It was built on a former rice plantation, and still maintains much of the charm and heritage that was originally found on the grounds. The course opens at 7am and closes when it gets dark. For only $40 a round, you and your friends can play on one of the most beautiful courses in South Carolina. If you are an active golfer, then the Legend Oaks Golf Club will be the perfect place for you.
Summerville, South Carolina 29483
Azaelea Park is on 12 acres found in a small residential part of Summerville. The park is a beautiful respite from the numerous houses and buildings that are found in this particular part of town. Many people like to walk by the Richardson Stream or have a picnic on the well manicured grass. The park is open from 5am to 10pm and is well maintained by the city. If you are looking for an active day out, there are several tennis courts in Azaelea Park. If you are looking for a quieter time in the park, there are numerous strolling paths that guests of a Summerville Bed and Breakfast love to take advantage of. Because of Azaelea Park, the Summerville Scene has gotten a little more scenic!