Carolina One Volleyball
Carolina One is a non-profit, youth volleyball club serving players ages 5-18 in the Greenville and Pickens areas of Upstate South Carolina.
Executive Women's Golf Association
The Greenville chapter offers women a wide range of organized golf activities, player development and education programs, along with volunteer, social and networking opportunities.
Greenville Track Club
Established in 1972, the Greenville Track Club is the 2nd oldest running club in South Carolina. Its membership consists of men and women of all ages, who are interested in fitness through walking, jogging, and running.
Palmetto Curling Club
South Carolina's first curling club is located in Taylors, South Carolina. Membership is open to men and women with all levels of skill.
Palmetto Ski and Outing Club
This ski and social club, based in Upstate South Carolina, hosts social events and outdoor activities year-round. Membership is composed of singles, couples, and families of all ages.
Panthers United Field Hockey
Panthers United Field Hockey is a non-profit club for the beginner all the way to the elite player and offers year-round instruction, training and competition for girls ages 5-19. Gear available for new players to borrow.
South Carolina Kyudo Renmei
Located in Simpsonville, the South Carolina Kyudo Renmei promotes the growth of Kyudo, or Japanese longbow, throughout the region.
Sterling Community Center
A function of Greenville County Parks, Recreation & Tourism, this program offers extracurricular activities for children ages 12-17 to promote leadership, positive thinking, and personal growth.
Upstate Carolina Linux Users Group
UCLUG is a group of Linux enthusiasts in the Greenville area of South Carolina who like to gather and talk about Linux and other Unix-based operating systems, and free and open source software.
Upstate Disc Golf Club
With a half dozen courses around the upstate, The Disc Golf Club continues to grow and improve disc golf in the region.
Upstate Splash partners with swim facilities and organizations to educate and raise awareness about water safety in order to help prevent childhood drowning; the group also raises funds to provide free swim lessons for at-risk and underprivileged youth.
YMCA of Greenville
With eleven facilities located within Greenville County, the YMCA of Greenville offers a variety of programs including fitness classes, karate, dance, aquatics, after school programs, summer camps, teen achievers, and many more.
– Adventure Guides
Adventure Guides is a program that strengthen the bond between fathers and their children ages 5-8. Available at four Greenville-area branches, members participate in father/child camping, hiking, canoeing, cook-offs, and dances along with once a month gatherings.