Main Street to the Mountains

Founded in 1850 and located in Upstate South Carolina, Walhalla is a city rich in heritage. As the county seat of Oconee County, the city is home to the school district and county administrative offices, as well as several other large county employers. Nestled in the shadows of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, and cradled by the cool waters of the Chattooga River, Walhalla has all the necessary components for quintessential southern charm. The City of Walhalla will be the terminus to South Carolina’s longest pedestrian and bicycle trail, The Palmetto Trail. The newly constructed Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park will provide miles of world class mountain bike trails.

Located in the Northwest corner of the state, Walhalla is one of the last South Carolina cities to stop in before trekking into the mountains for local hiking trails, or a short, scenic drive to Lake Jocassee or Highlands, NC. One way or another, in Walhalla, you will be on the “Main street to the Mountains.


The boil water advisory has been lifted as the test results have come back clear. Users at the fringes of the system may experience air pockets in the water. If you are experiencing no water, have any concerns, or questions please call the emergency number listed on your bill (864-499-4162), you may have to leave a message as on call personnel are busy.

Downtown Public Parking
Food Truck Locations

In addition to on-street parking, there are two public parking lots. The West Lot is located at 100 West Main St; and the East Lot is located at 121 South Catherine Street. Parking is also available at the Walhalla Performing Arts Center when no shows are scheduled.

The City designated Food Truck Lot is located at 301 East Main Street.

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