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Make Easley your home.


One visit to Easley and you'll fall in love. Beautiful surroundings, convenient location, great schools, affordable housing, and so much more...Easley is a great place to call home.


Easley is close to several excellent colleges and universities. Clemson University, one of the top public universities in the country, is less than twenty miles away. Greenville is home to Furman University, one of the premier private, liberal arts colleges in the country. And Bob Jones University, a private, faith-based university, is home to one of the finest collections of Renaissance artwork in the world.


TriCounty Technical College in Pendleton, Greenville Technical College in Greenville, and Southern Wesleyan University in Central are all within a short driving distance. Pickens County has a unified school district that has four high schools, including Easley High School right here in town. The School District of Pickens County is considered one of the best in the state and consistently scores well above average on national and state testing.


Faith & Devotion

Nearly every religious denomination is represented in Easley and Pickens County. We have congregations, both large and small, that offer worship opportunities and sponsor a diverse variety of benevolent services in our community.



You can find major department stores such as Belk and JC Penney, along with many of your favorite national chains. In nearby Greenville, the Haywood Mall—the largest mall in the state—features Macy's and Dillard's and many of the most popular stores. Main Street Greenville has re-emerged as one of the most attractive and inviting shopping and dining districts in the South.


You'll feel comfortable in Easley nearly year-round. While an occasional dusting of snow every year or so can bring a touch of winter, a round of golf in December is still highly possible.



You'll find parks with tennis courts and playgrounds, public and private clubs, and several golf courses throughout the community. Hunt and fish till your heart's content in the nearby Blue Ridge mountains. Enjoy spectacular views along the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway as it rolls through Pickens County and past Table Rock State Park, Caesar's Head, and Sassafras Mountain, the tallest point in the state. Visit and stay a while at other popular state parks (Devil's Fork, Oconee, Keowee) that offer rental cabins, camping, hiking, boating, and picnic possibilities. Or take a hike to one of our beautiful waterfalls, including Raven Cliff Falls, Isaqueena Falls, and Whitewater Falls. 



Head west for about twenty minutes and you'll find yourself amidst a spectacular man-made system of lakes, including Lake Hartwell, Lake Keowee, and Lake Jocassee. During the spring, summer, and early fall you can enjoy boating, skiing, sailing, jet-skiing, and sunbathing.



If you love sports, you'll love Easley. Head down to nearby Clemson University to see this NCAA Division One team competing in the Atlantic Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Enjoy football in the 85,000-seat Memorial Stadium, home to the Clemson Tigers football team. Take in a basketball game in the 10,000-seat Littlejohn Coliseum, home to the Clemson Tigers basketball team. You can also enjoy many of their nationally recognized sports, including soccer and baseball.


Travel up to Furman University, just north of Greenville, to see the NCAA Division 1-AA  Paladins compete. And visit downtown Greenville for a Drive baseball game at the beautiful Fluor Field or a Road Warriors professional hockey game in the 18,000-seat Bi-Lo Center.


The Arts

You'll find an abundance of arts and culture in the Upstate. Several art and history museums house nationally-recognized collections, such as the Greenville County Museum of Art and Bob Jones University. Experience world-renowned theatre, dance, and music at The Peace Center for the Performing Arts and the Bi-Lo Center Greenville, and the Brooks Center for the Arts at Clemson University.