Western York County Scenic Byway

Background


The Western York County Scenic Byway is a 63 mile journey through the historic and picturesque countryside of western York County.  Designated by the South Carolina General Assembly as an official South Carolina State Scenic Byway in 2011, the route has endpoints at the Kings Mountain National Military Park and the Town of Smyrna.  The byway features numerous buildings of historical and architectural interest, farmers' roadside markets, a variety of parks and museums, and beautiful pastoral scenery.  Whether you are looking to purchase or pick some fresh produce, shop in a country general store, enjoy a quiet lunch in York, learn about the pre-Revolutionary War community of Brattonsville, or tour the landmark W. L. Hill Store or Museum of Western York County in Sharon, come and enjoy a nostalgic journey back into a simpler way of life!

Western York County Scenic Byway Map

Western York County Scenic Byway Map

Corridor Management Plan


As part of maintaining the state scenic byway designation, a current Corridor Management Plan was completed in 2014 with the guidance of a Scenic Byway Advisory Committee composed of local residents, business owners, and stakeholders. The plan identifies priority areas along the route that merit preservation and recommends specific goals to interpret, market, and publicize the byway's natural qualities, while managing development responsibly. Both the 2014 Corridor Managment Plan and the 2010 Preliminary Corridor Management Plan may be downloaded in the Related Documents section below.

Related Documents