Fun Things to Do Around Spartanburg, SC in July

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Looking for things to do in Spartanburg, SC this July? The Upstate area offers a wide range of activities to keep your family busy and happy. You’ll find splash pads, virtual library events, a free park scavenger hunt, ice cream recommendations and more! Here’s our full list of things to do in July.

Things to Do in July with Kids in Spartanburg

July Events in Spartanburg

Tuesdays in July at 11: Spartanburg Library Virtual Story Time

July 3 and 4, 2020: Fisher’s Orchard is opening for U-pick peaches from 7 am to 8 pm.

Our 4th of July Guide tells you all the places in the Upstate your family can go to celebrate.

July 9, 2020: Virtual Fairy Tale Rock Puppet Show, 11 am

Celebrate National Ice Cream Day on July 19, 2020 at a Spartanburg ice cream shop!

July 28, 2020: Join Spartanburg Libraries and Spartanburg Youth Theatre for an online acting workshop for tweens at 2 pm.

Park Hop

Hop to Spartanburg and Upstate parks, answer some clues and win prizes! Park Hop is a FREE family scavenger hunt at Greenville and Spartanburg area parks. Win a park hop swag bag, t-shirt and more! How many park hop parks have you visited this summer?

Summer Reading

Summer Reading events are still happening in the Upstate. Don’t forget to turn in your Summer Reading Record to Spartanburg County Public Libraries to get your prize!

Spartanburg Library system has a number of summer reading events happening virtually. These include story time, author talks, a digital escape room, art activities and more. There are programs for kids, tweens and teens. Some of these events have supplies you can pick up for free in advance when you sign up. Find them all on Spartanburg Library’s Calendar.

Swim in Spartanburg

Spartanburg has a number of places where you can swim, splash and play in the water. Here’s a list of splash pads and water parks near Spartanburg. Spartanburg City parks are closed, but the splash pad at Tyger River Park is OPEN!

Do you know of a fun, family-friendly local event we missed? Let us know in the comments.

About the Author
Maria Bassett is a former school orchestra teacher, turned home-school mom. She and her husband homeschool their 3 sons and 1 daughter, currently pre-school through 2nd grade age. Believing children learn best when they are engaged and having fun, this family loves to take their homeschool on the road, around Greenville and beyond.

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