Introduction to Mauldin, South Carolina
Mauldin, South Carolina is 7 miles SE of Greenville, South Carolina (center to center) and 88 miles W of Charlotte, North Carolina. It is in Greenville county. The city is part of the Greenville - Spartanburg - Anderson metro area. The population of Mauldin is 15,224.
The town was named Mauldin in 1820 after W. L. Mauldin, South Carolina's Lieutenant Governor. Initially, the region's train station was called Mauldin because the Lt. Governor helped build the station. Over time, the entire region was named Mauldin. The region was finally incorporated as a town in 1960.
Mauldin and nearby Attractions
- Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery
- Bonnie Brae Golf Club
- Arthur Black Park
- Coca Cola Riverplace Art Fest
- Confederate Museum
- Caesars Head State Park
Things To Do In Mauldin
There are many well-maintained parks near Mauldin where you can hangout with family members or friends. The Parks Department organizes a variety of events and programs for people of all ages. The city also has several historic sites and amusement spots. You can visit any of the regional restaurants and treat yourself to the traditional delicacies.
Greenville-Spartanburg International is the closest international airport to the city.
Mauldin Higher Education
Those interested in pursuing higher education can enrolled in Greenville Technical College or Bob Jones University.