Glam Gal Luxury Brands
Luxury consignment boutique for clients who love and appreciate high-end handbags. Authentic new and gently used bags from brands including: Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Yves Saint Laurent and Consuela. They employ Entrupy technology (electronic authentication system that uses microscopic inspection) to verify authenticity. Open Fridays 11-5 and by appointment.
3 Amigos Mexican Restaurant
Family owned and operated Tex-Mex restaurant.
This historic 115-year old home, known as The Jewel of Walhalla, is ideal for weddings and special occasions. The house was a private residence for decades. New owners have updated the home and made it available for events and lodging. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, three living rooms and a full kitchen, the house accommodates 10 overnight guests. The Main Street location is walking distance to shops, restaurants and the Walhalla Performing Arts Center.
Blue Ridge Railroad Trail
Trail follows the railroad bed of an incomplete section of the 19th century Blue Ridge Railroad where you can see three abandoned tunnels. The moderate to strenuous trail is 2.5 miles one-way. Trail head is located in Stumphouse Park, at the top of the Issaqueena Falls parking lot, and takes you through the forest with amazing views of the upstate.
Carolina Pizza Company
Pizza, salads, sandwiches, beer. Open Wednesday - Sat 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Charming Retreat near Station Cove Falls
One bedroom with loft can sleep up to 5 guests. Mountain views and access to 2 miles of hiking trails and over 70+ acres of Laurelwood Farm. Close to Station Cove Falls trailhead.
Commissioned by the City of Walhalla in 2019 to enhance they city park and public pool facility. Media used: latex and aerosol.
Corner Crafts & Boutique
Ladies boutique clothing, jewelry and gift items. They gladly take customized orders. On Main Street in Walhalla next to The "Steakhouse" Cafeteria.
Serves dinner. Steaks, pork, chicken, fish, salad bar, beer & wine. Open at 5PM til 8PM, Tues-Sat (closed Sunday & Monday).
Recently renovated event space with historical charm located on Main Street in downtown Walhalla. 2,500 square feet of interior space and 3,000 square feet in the courtyard. A great place to celebrate weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, bridal and baby showers, reunions, corporate parties, or host meetings.
They carry herbs, healing stones, gemstone jewelry, natural teas, essential oils as well as handcrafted bath and body soaps, salves, lip balms, shampoo, conditioners and lotions .
End of the Road Studios
Art studio, pottery and gallery for Robin Anne Cooper and Stan DuBose. Folk Art, ceramics, paintings, pottery, canvas collages, found object, up-cycled.
Garage Tap Room
New bar in Walhalla featuring 16 beers and ciders on tap. Lots of outdoor seating. Menu coming soon and food trucks are expected to park out front and offer tasty selections. Open Thursday - Saturday.
Located inside Gather Uptown, this small fun shop offers a wide range of interesting and unique items. They carry goods made locally and from places afar, sourced by small batch makers and often with a story to be told. You'll find: home decor, garden, bath & beauty, speciality foods, greeting cards, jewelry, accessories, locally branded merchandise, etc. A little of this and that. Open daily (except Wednesday).
A cozy restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner plus a wide range of espresso and coffee drinks along with an excellent selection of beers and wines. Menu items are made fresh using raw ingredients and the best foods they can find. They purchase as local as possible. Open daily 8am-8pm (closed Wednesday).
Located in Stumphouse Park. It's an easy 5-minute walk to viewing platforms where you can view the beautiful waterfall named for a Creek maiden who hid on one of the falls' ledges to avoid capture during an Indian attack. There is a rough trail next to the lowest platform, which leads to the base of the falls. However, the PATH IS QUITE DANGEROUS and visitors are not encouraged to try it. GPS coordinates to the parking area: N 34.80740 W 083.12158
Lofts Over Main: Chattooga Studio
If you love vintage-rustic, yet minimalistic and modern, then come experience the 1890’s architecture as you climb into your next adventure! Once downtown Walhalla merchants' homes, LOFTS OVER MAIN offers two spaces where overnight guests experience the ambiance one might expect in a shop-keeper's home: exposed brick walls, vintage furniture and romantic chandeliers. The other Lofts Over Main option is the Walhalla Studio.
Lofts Over Main: Walhalla Studio
If you love vintage-rustic, yet minimalistic and modern, then come experience the 1890’s architecture as you climb into your next adventure! Once downtown Walhalla merchants' homes, LOFTS OVER MAIN offers two spaces where overnight guests experience the ambiance one might expect in a shop-keeper's home: exposed brick walls, vintage furniture and romantic chandeliers. The other Lofts Over Main option is the Chattooga Room.
Main Street to the Mountains
This mural was commissioned by the owner of Sunni Ann Rustic Shop in Walhalla. It is painted on the side of her retail store and is expected to have a space in front of the mural where people can sit, relax and take photos.
McClain’s Custom Silk Floral Designs and Gifts
Specializing in custom floral designs for weddings, parties, home, office, funerals and anytime occasions. Selection of gift items including: handmade jewelry, ornaments, candles, soaps, coffee and more.
Middle of Main Antiques & Gifts
Antiques, glassware, pottery and crockery, bottles, candles, costume and fine jewelry, Coca-cola and Pepsi collectables.
Coffee house and sweet shop offering a wide range of gifts too. This business has new owners and is open Tuesday-Saturday morning till evening.
Muddy Hands Pottery
Potter, Stuart Lyle, creates hand crafted dinnerware, home decor and various items from organic materials.
Museum of the Cherokee in SC
Funded through grants and donations, the museum is open Thursday - Saturday from 11am-4pm. The mission is to provide deeper and more meaningful understanding of the Cherokee heritage in South Carolina. The museum exhibits many artifacts that were recovered prior to constructing Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee. These lakes were built in the 1970s and flooded ancestral land. The public can learn more about the native people through displays and continuing education opportunities.
O'Kelley Heating & Air commissioned this piece that balances bright wedges of color with white linear sketches of the Oconee Bell flowers that are native to this area. Latex and Aerosol, 2020
Oconee History Museum
Explore the history of Native Americans, immigration, railroads, New Deal programs, textile mills, agriculture and much more as it relates to Oconee County. The exhibit hall offers a self-guided tour of Oconee's history. In addition to the museum, there is a classroom frequently used by local businesses and social groups for meetings and functions. OPEN Tuesday through Saturday 11:00am – 5:00pm. Not-for-profit organization. Free admission/$3 per person donation is encouraged.
Oconee Military Museum at Patriots Hall
An opportunity for Oconee citizens, their families and visitors, to see how veterans have contributed and sacrificed for our country, the world and our freedom. No charge to visit the museum. OPEN Thursday - Saturday, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Oconee Station State Historic Site
Built around 1792 during tensions between white settlers and Creek Indians, the Oconee Station itself was once one in a string of small frontier posts garnished by state militia. It was the last of its kind when it was decommissioned and the troops left in 1799. Its 20-inch stone walls are still standing today. Also on the site is the William Richards House built in 1805. It served as a private residence for 150 years. Site features picnicking, fishing and trail access to Station Cove Falls.
Old Saint John’s Meeting House
Built in 1889, this Carpenter's Gothic style building is the ideal venue for weddings or meetings. The fully heated and cooled Meeting House can be rented by alone or with the Walhalla Depot offering an ideal location for a beautiful wedding. The comfortable seating capacity is approximately 60-65.
Partners in Wine
The business has moved to a different location: 50 Short Street, Suite C in Walhalla. Wine bar that also serves craft beer. Check social media for updates.
Peak Yoga SC
Studio on Main Street offering Vinyasa, yoga trapeze, restorative yoga, TRX stretch, general stretch, pilates and boxing classes from novice to advance practioners.
Sertoma Field is a recreation complex for area sports activities. Two playgrounds, restrooms, walking track and disc golf course. The disc golf course wraps around a large hill and has a creek rolling through it. It is a nice course for casual players.
Station Cove Falls
A stepped 60 ft. waterfall that forms from headwaters atop Station Mountain. An easy 30-minute hike through a gorgeous Appalachian cove takes you to the family friendly wading pond at the foot of the falls. GPS coordinates to parking area: N 34.84867 W 083.07463
New restaurant on Main Street featuring Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. They were a popular vendor at the annual Oktoberfest and decided to go brick and mortar. Open Monday-Saturday.
Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park
Dual-use hiking & biking trails in Stumphouse Park. 10 miles of flow trails designed for beginner mountain biking with big berms, rollers, tables, rock gardens and more! Mountain Bike Park can be accessed from trailheads at both ends of Stumphouse Passage, but the easiest access is via the parking lot for Issaqueena Falls. Bike trail is closed on rainy days. Users are cautioned to follow trail direction signs.
The Park includes: Stumphouse Tunnel, Issaqueena Falls, the Stumphouse Passage of the Palmetto Trail, Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park and Blue Ridge Railroad hiking trail. Picnic tables, rental event pavilion, portable restrooms. There is a park entrance fee of $5 per vehicle .(Annual passes may be purchased at Walhalla City Hall Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. )
Stumphouse Passage of the Palmetto Trail
The Stumphouse Passage of the Palmetto Trail is accessible from the center of Stumphouse Park and stretches over 500 miles across the state to Awendaw outside of Charleston. Currently the dual-use hiking and mountain biking trail system in Walhalla totals 4.2 miles, ranging from easy to moderate. Additional trails are under construction in the Stumphouse property. Ultimately the trail will connect to Oconee State Park and will end in downtown Walhalla.
Located within Stumphouse Park. The Stumphouse Mountain Tunnel was part of the Blue Ridge Railroad project, an 1850s attempt to link the port of Charleston to the cities of the Midwest by rail. The Civil War and subsequent collapse of the state’s economy brought construction to an end and the tunnel was never completed. Family-friendly 1/4 mile walk into the tunnel (flashlight recommended) which maintains a constantly cool 50 degrees. Park picnic shelter nearby.
Sunni Ann Rustic Shop
"A mercantile with a little bit of everything and a whole lot of Southern." The shop offers gifts, home decor, housewares, farm to table snacks, T-shirts and more. On Main Street in Walhalla open Tuesday - Saturday 10am-5pm.
Go carts, mini golf, laser tag, arcade, ice cream & yogurt. Party packages and group rates available.
The Majestic Treehouse
Award-winning luxury treehouse hidden in 40 acres of paradise. Cozy, whimsical & glamorous. Two connecting treehouse decks, bed swing, fireplace & AC, indoor plumbing, outdoor shower, record player. Rest, reconnect & have an unforgettable experience! Sleeps 2.
The Steak House Cafeteria
Even though the restaurant's name says it's a steak house, the fried chicken is what its known for. Cafeteria-style restaurant serves meat, vegetables, homemade pies and other desserts. Open Thursday - Sunday for lunch and dinner (Closed Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday),
The Walhalla Getaway on Main Street
This circa 1869 house is one of the original homes built in Walhalla! Newly renovated with modern luxuries, the vacation rental has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps 10 people. The Walhalla Getaway on Main Street offers an easy walk to the many attractions of the downtown Walhalla area. Rental includes 2 bikes available for exploring the town and nearby Stumphouse Tunnel Mountain Bike Park (helmets not included).
Restaurant and bar serving pub fare, beer and full liquor bar, live music, lots of games, axe throwing, big-screen TVs and weekly schedule of events. Open for lunch Friday & Saturday; dinner Tuesday-Saturday.
Underwood Custom Embroidery
Custom embroidery, Walhalla merchandise, women and children's clothing, jewelry and gifts.
Valhalla Sky Suite
Unique re-purposed shipping container/home just .5 mile from Stumphouse Park and Yellow Branch Falls. Cozy romantic space cantilevered over cliffs with amazing views of the forest and mountains. Sleeps 3.
Walhalla Performing Arts Center
Entertainment venue housed in the Walhalla Civic Auditorium building. Hosting musical concerts, plays and more. Reception hall is available for parties & events.
Antique mall and auction company. Estate sales.
West & Co. Taproom
The "smallest and coolest" taproom in the upstate. Rotating selection of craft beers on tap. Open in the evenings Monday - Saturday (closed Sunday).
Windsor at Walhalla
Formerly known as Falcon's Lair. The course features 6,866 yards of golf, designed by Harry Bowers, from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 74.4 and it has a slope rating of 135. James McCoy manages the course as the Golf Professional. PGA instruction available. The course is open year round.