What Are the Best Places to Take My Kia this Independence Day?

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The Fourth of July is nearly upon us, and Union County Kia is ready to help you celebrate America’s independence. Not only have we compiled an excellent list of activities for the holiday we have the vehicles to get you and your family there efficiently and safely. Read on to see our recommendations.

Summer Fun with Union County Kia

Family Fun at Red, White & Boom

The nearby city of Spartanburg goes all out for Independence Day with the Red, White & Boom celebration. This annual event features summertime comfort food like bbq and burgers, music from country music star Craig Campbell, and of course, a spectacular fireworks show. Admission is only $5, and kids under 6 can enter for free. Pile the whole family into your Sedona and enjoy the day.

Whitewater Adventure on the Tyger River

The North Tyger River runs just to the east of Moore and has long been popular with kayak enthusiasts. Not only is there plenty of beautiful scenery, the rapids are more forgiving than in other areas, making it ideal for beginners. Our parts and service department can install a kayak rack on your Soul before your trip.

Ride Down the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway

The longest and best-known scenic byway in the state, the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway runs 118 miles from Cherokee County near the North Carolina border to Oconee County near Georgia. Along the way, you can stop and see the only mill in South Carolina still grinding with its original wheel components at the Hagood Mill Historic Site. Open the moonroof of your Optima and enjoy the great outdoors.

There are many ways to have fun this 4th of July weekend in the Moore, South Carolina, area and Union County Kia has many fine vehicles to get you there. Visit our showroom on Highway 74, and have a safe and happy holiday.

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What Are the Best Places to Take My Kia this Independence Day?