Boiling Springs is located in the northern half of Spartanburg county, east of I-26 and north of I-85.
The area became known as Boiling Springs because of a small spring near the center of town that actually appeared as if it were boiling and would sometimes shoot water 6 feet into the air. The geyser diminished gradually over the years. By the 1930s it had become a shallow, bubbling stream—and today the water is still. After the spring was cleaned up and dug out, a small park was built around it with benches, flags, and a memorial to a citizen of Boiling Springs.
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