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Phone: 864.836.3711
Fax: 864.836.5522
Email: office@asburyhills.org
Address: 150 Asbury Drive, Cleveland, SC 29635


Directions

Asbury Hills is located off Highway 276 in northern Greenville County of South Carolina. The easiest access to Highway 276 is through Greenville, SC.

If you are traveling from Columbia, SC or south of Columbia, take Interstate 26 west to Interstate 385 north into Greenville.

From Atlanta, take Interstate 85 north to Interstate 385 north into Greenville.

From Charlotte, take Interstate 85 south to Interstate 385 north into Greenville.

When traveling north on Interstate 385 toward Greenville, do not exit onto Highway 276 until you get into Greenville on I-385. Once I-385 takes you into Greenville, exit onto Highway 276 west, exit number 42, also called Stone Avenue. Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp. Go to the seventh traffic light and turn right, following Highway 276 which will then be called Rutherford Road. Stay on Highway 276 for the next 25 miles as it takes you out of Greenville, past Furman University, through Traveler’s Rest, Marietta, and Cleveland. Highway 276 will turn right as it heads up the mountain to Caesar’s Head State Park. Approximately 1.5 miles past this turn to the right you’ll see the sign for Asbury Hills on your left. Turn left onto Lakemont Drive and immediately right onto Asbury Drive. The office will be .1 mile on your right. The dining hall is at the end of Asbury Drive.

If traveling from Asheville, take Interstate 26 east to Highway 25 south toward Greenville. After crossing into South Carolina, take Highway 11 south into Cleveland where you’ll turn right onto Highway 276. Stay on Highway 276. The camp will be approximately 1.5 miles on your left.

From Brevard take Highway 276 east into South Carolina. The camp will be approximately 4 miles past Caesar’s Head State Park on your right.