Spartanburg, South Carolina has a population of 40,000.Conveniently situated at the junction of I-26 and I-85, which makes it easily accessible to both mountain and beach resorts. Spartanburg is known for its beauty, quality of life and friendly people.

Spartanburg offers an abundance of year round activities, festivals and cultural events. Notable Spartanburg area attractions include: Croft State Natural Area (7,000 acre park offering camping, boating, fishing, equestrian trails, picnicking and swimming), Regional Museum of Spartanburg and Spartanburg County Museum of Art.

Spartanburg Colleges and Universities include: Converse College, University of South Carolina Upstate, Wofford College, Spartanburg Methodist College and Spartanburg Technical College.