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The site of Greer was originally called the old Blakely Place, a 200-acre farm owned by James Manning Greer. According to tradition, Greer traded a few acres to the railroad in exchange for a wagon and a team of mules.

Since the first post office was in the train station, the postmark read “Greer’s Depot.”

On March 25, 1876, with 15 votes, the town was incorporated as “Greers.” The “s” disappeared some time in the early part of the century.


Historic Greer Station

Explore brick paved streets lined with historical buildings, award-winning restaurants, and unique boutiques.

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Greer Heritage Museum

Dive into the history of Greer, see unique artifacts, and learn about the people who make up this one-of-a-kind community.

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Suber's Corn Mill

One of the last operating grist mills in South Carolina, Suber's Corn Mill uses water power to grind corn. Corn meal is available for purchase.


Gilreath's Mill

Located on Highway 101 North, Gilreath's is one of the few remaining mills in South Carolina.


Campbell's Covered Bridge

Constructed between 1909 and 1911, this is the only remaining covered bridge in South Carolina.

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Fisher's Orchard

Since the 1930's, Fisher's Orchard has been a staple in Greer. Pick your own or stop by the produce shed.

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