Saluda is a town of Saluda County, South Carolina located along the Saluda River. With an estimated population of 20,625 in the most recent US census data, Saluda county ranks 41 as one of the largest counties in South Carolina.
Saluda is located in the west-central part of South Carolina. Adjacent counties are Newberry County in the north, Lexington County in the east, Aiken county in the south, and McCormick County in the west. Saluda county is in the Saluda River.
Saluda County gets some kind of precipitation whole year-round with an average of 103 days. The hot season starts from May 24 to September 15, and July is the hottest month. The cold season starts from November 27 to February 27, and January is the coldest season. August is the wettest month with 4.6 inches of rain.
The town of Saluda is known for its famous native heroes of the Alamo, William Barrett Travis, and James Butler Bonham. Among famous attractions in Saluda County are the Saluda River, Permission Hill Golf Course, Saluda County Museum and Theatre, and enjoy the Ridge Spring Harvest Festival during October.