Seneca, South Carolina
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Seneca is nestled in the northwest corner of South Carolina in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Named after an old town in Cherokee Nation, Seneca developed around the railroad in the late 1800s, and today, has gained national attention for its natural beauty, quaint town and antique shopping.
Seneca is the largest city in Oconee County with a population of 8,000, according to the 2012 National Census. The majority of residents work in the manufacturing or health care and social assistance industries.
Residents will enjoy a climate that is slightly warmer than the national average, with temperatures hitting 90 degrees during the summer and as low as 30 in the winter. Seneca’s historic downtown features the headquarters of Blue Ridge Arts council and a block of unique shops with hand-crafted goods. The waters of serene Keowee, Jocassee and Hartwell lakes sit nearby, offering plenty of recreational activities.
Attractions and activities
Between the surrounding three pristine lakes and Blue Ridge Mountains, Seneca is great for the nature lover or adventurous spirit. There are hiking trails that weave through the hillsides, lush river valleys and waterfalls. Go fishing on the lake, cast for trout on the shorelines, or visit the state and county parks to kayak and canoe. Whatever nature-filled activity you’re looking to do, Seneca likely has it!
History buffs make their way to The Lunney House Museum, an old-fashioned house known for its architecture, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other neat places to explore are the Blue Ridge Arts Council and the Historic Ballenger House.
For eats, head to Ram Cat Alley or Little Pig’s BBQ, two local favorites which serve up Southern-style cooking.
Moving to Seneca
If you’re considering relocating to Seneca, let North American Van Lines do the hard part. northAmerican offers a range of services to choose from, including full-service packing, electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly and high-value shipping.
For those looking to bring along their own antiques to town, make sure you use Seneca moving company’s fragile-only packing. With cautious drivers and helpful agents, you can remain confident that everything will arrive in Seneca in one piece.
Drivers might find it helpful know that Seneca is located near the intersection of Highway 130 and 123. If you’re flying, the nearest airport is Greenville-Spartanburg International, situated 53 miles from Seneca.