Yes, The Springs at Simpsonville is in the heart of our community with local ownership as well as local leadership through our advisory board. These dedicated servant leaders assist The Springs in our involvement in the Simpsonville and Greenville County area and keep us informed about local growth, development, and special needs. We are honored to have them actively involved with The Springs. Eric S.
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Library hours may vary by location. Farmers first settled the southern part of Greenville County during the Revolutionary War establishing not much more than a few churches. When the state of South Carolina built a stagecoach road from Charleston to Greenville in the early s, an inn was established so travelers could spend the night about one day's journey from Columbia. This inn was noted by weary passengers for its copious and refreshing spring which became inspiration for the name Fountain Inn.