Southern charm makes Gaffney one of the most desirable places to live and visit.  Whether you are getting into your “golden years” or looking for a wonderful place to raise your family, great opportunities await you.  Showcasing four seasons annually; and being a hop to the mountains, a hop and skip to the beach, and a quick run to numerous large cities – all with easy commute, if you’re looking to relocate, you’ll want to Get into Gaffney Living.

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Peaches the mascotGaffney Always Has Peaches

Gaffney, South Carolina always has Peaches! Peaches is the city’s beloved mascot. An adventurous cat named for Gaffney’s rich peach farm heritage. History is equally as important for adults and kids alike. The City of Gaffney is dedicated to informing and teaching children Revolutionary War history. Peaches was first featured in Peaches, on the Trail, a book that tells local Native American and Revolutionary War history. The second book in the series is Peaches, on a History Hunt. In this book Peaches travels to historic places, monuments and markers in Cherokee County. The third of the series, Peaches, on Parade, tells the history of peach-growing families in Gaffney, SC. Peaches, Getting Into Gaffney is the fourth book, where Peaches visits additional significant historical places in Gaffney.

Let Peaches be your travel guide to the many wonders of Gaffney and Cherokee County, South Carolina. These 32-page coloring books can be purchased at the Gaffney Visitors Center and Art Gallery for $8 each. If you have any questions feel free to contact The Gaffney Visitors Center and Art Gallery at

210 W Frederick Street
Gaffney, SC 29340

Phone: 864-487-6244, 
or visit our Facebook page.