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SC Upcountry trip, what not to miss?

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My DH and DS are spending July 1-7 at the Old Indian Boy Scout Camp in Travelers Rest. I'm planning a trip for my 10yrDD and I for the same area. I have found several small homes on VRBO.com that look like they will work.

My DD and I would enjoy hiking, falls, rafting, horsebackriding, etc. Where should we stay? I'm, trying to narrow my seach for accomodations. I can only see my son every 3 days so we dont need to beright outside the Old Indian property.

I did find a cabin in Landrum and even Travelers Rest. But as I look at Upcontry maps, it seems like there are 'nature' sites for us to explore NW of that area.

Any recommendations? What town to stay in? I am searching lots of sites for info but always value opinions here. Thank you

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