A coffee shop, furniture restoration company and meeting space, all under one roof. Fantastic place to spend some time.
3 Amigos Mexican Restaurant
Family owned and operated Tex-Mex restaurant.
Blueridge 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 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 Tue - Sat 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
CC Fudge & More
Homemade fudge, chili, chicken salad, BBQ, and soups, plus hotdogs, hamburgers, & over 20 flavors of ice cream .
Serves Dinner. Steaks, pork, chicken, fish, salad bar, beer & wine. Open at 5PM til 8PM, Tues-Sat (closed Sunday & Monday).
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.
Falcon’s Lair Golf 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.
Farmhouse Gallery & Interiors
Offers a unique variety of Artwork, Gifts, Home Goods
An easy 5-minute walk to viewing platforms from which 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
Issaqueena’s Last Ride
April 13, 2019. This annual mountain bicycle ride is sponsored by Visit Oconee SC. 100 - 80 - 60 - 52 - 30 mile route options through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and Foothills of South Carolina. The 30 and 52 mile rides stay in the flatter areas of Salem and Tamassee where the roads are gently rolling with no difficult climbs. All routes feature scenic rural roads with little traffic.
Lofts Over Main
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 now offers overnight guests ambiance you'd expect in a shop-keepers home ranging from exposed brick walls, vintage furniture and romantic chandeliers.
Middle of Main Antiques & Gifts
Antiques, glassware, pottery and crockery, bottles, candles, costume and fine jewelry, Coca-cola and Pepsi collectables.
Museum of the Cherokee in SC
Funded through grants and donations, the Museum is open while undergoing an expansion. The site for permanent exhibits of Cherokee artifacts that were donated by Keowee Toxaway State Park. OPEN Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am - 5:00pm
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 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.
Palmetto Trail – Stumphouse Passage
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. This 4 mile passage is a dual-use hiking and mountain bike trail system. Another 6+ miles are under construction (NOTE: All Stumphouse Mountain Bike trails are temporarily CLOSED during construction.) 4.6 miles of trail will connect Stumphouse Park to Oconee State Park with the trail terminus in downtown Walhalla.
Partners in Wine
Walhalla's first and only wine bar! Also serving craft beer. Open Tuesday - Sunday (closed Monday)
Patriot’s Hall Veterans Museum
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
Poke at Little Japan
Sushi and poke bowls. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday - Sunday (closed Monday).
Rally in the Valley
May, 11, 2019. Fun, family oriented event featuring bicycle rides of 30 and 60 miles, as well as great live music and a wonderful meal of slow-cooked barbecue, fresh sides and local craft beer which are all included in your ticket! The Rally in the Valley event supports land conservation and sustainable development in Oconee County, SC.
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
Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park
The Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park is a work in progress. Phase I has been completed with 4 miles of mountain biking trails considered Easy, Moderate and Difficult. Phase 2 is expected to be completed in 2019 with an additional 6 miles of trails for a total of 10 miles of world class mountain biking adventure!
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. Visitors can walk part way into the tunnel (flashlight recommended). The park has picnic facilities and trails.
Go carts, mini golf, laser tag, arcade, ice cream & yogurt. Party packages and group rates available.
The 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.
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 Strutting Peacock
Fine ladies and children’s apparel, jewelry, handbags and gifts.
Walhalla Art Works
Adult & kids art classes, summer art camps, private art parties.
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.