Local Attractions

Come and enjoy a drive during the peach tree blooming season which usually occurs in early to mid-march.
Many of the churches in the area have been around for generations and have wonderful history not to mention the beauty and old world architecture.
With over 900 varieties of daylilies and over 50 varieties of irises, you'll want to visit during peak blooming times. For the irises that time is mid-April with repeat blooming from late May through December. The daylilies bloom from early April to mid-October with abundant blooms through mid-July. For special visits, please call (803) 685-7219. Daylily Depot also has pick-your-own blueberries from June to early August that are open 7 days a week!
The Ridge Spring Art Center brings artist and community together in a very special way. Stop by and shop for some really unique local art and gifts. 
Looking for an art class to learn something new? Ridge Spring Art Center has a variety of classes they offer throughout the year.  Check our calendar to see if there is one just for you.
Juniper is a unique resturant in a quaint setting. It has quickly become a popular stop for casual lunches and white linen dining for dinner. The owners and Chef focus on local products and sustainability. People come from all over to enjoy the wonderful meals Juniper serves up daily.

Come out and join us for a unique movie experience- at the drive-in movies! 
We generally offer three double features each weekend during the spring, summer and fall for the price of a single movie. Come watch movies under the stars! The Big Mo takes you back to a simpler time when movie night was a family affair. Offering up-to-date movies you are sure to enjoy this cinematic experience.
When Visiting our area keep an eye out for these wonderful pieces of art. 
Ridge Spring and the County of Saluda is part of the Heritage Quilt Trail.  May 26, 2012, marked the beginning of the Ridge Heritage Quilt Trail in Saluda County.