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Welcome To Six Mile

Six Mile is located between Clemson, Central, Pickens, Seneca, and Liberty. We are home to several reputable members of American history. Thanks for stopping by our website, and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Town News

Upcoming Events

Lunch with the Mayor

Next bring your lunch and have a meal with the Mayor: February 23, 2024, from 11am to 1pm at Town Hall.

Town Council Meeting

March 12, 2024 at 7:00 pm

Isaqueena Festival

May 18, 2024

Town News


Message from the Mayor


As your Mayor, I want to welcome you to the official website of the Town of Six Mile, South Carolina. On behalf of myself, Town Council, and staff, our goal is to make this website current, interactive and the official voice of our town. 

We are a living and working community of approximately 759 residents. Despite changes, our small-town uniqueness remains unwavering. Community events, town projects and pride in our town and its quality of life bind our townsfolk together. 

In Six Mile, we pride ourselves on our small-town atmosphere, values, community spirit, volunteerism, civic consciousness, and civility of our townsfolk. 

We have multiple projects in process which is amazing for a town of our size. These include our Downtown Park site, our Recreation facility expansion at Ponderosa Park, and Bryson Children's Nature Walk. We may be small in Six Mile, but we think big. Despite an ambitious agenda, we maintain our financial integrity. We urge you to take advantage of our volunteer opportunities and get involved in Six Mile. We need volunteers. 

I believe in face-to-face communication, and I will make every effort to make myself available to our citizens. Monthly, I have a "Lunch with the Mayor" event to allow citizens the chance to meet with me personally. Never hesitate to sit down for a chat with me then, or any time. I'm excited about our town and its future.

Kindest Regards

James A. Atkinson

Donate to Bryson Children's Nature Walk


Bryson Children's Nature Walk is a 63 acre site donated to and owned by the Town of Six Mile with greenspace protections maintained via a Conservation Easement with the Land Trust Non-Profit, Upstate Forever.  Upstate Forever manages and monitors the site for compliance with the Conservation Easement.  In addition, Upstate Forever will also approve site practices and provide advice on potential grant funding opportunities for perpetuity. A Forest Management Plan/Site Plan maps out site usage and greenspace/water quality preservation practices in compliance with the Conservation Easement.  Plans for the site include greenspace and water quality protection, trails, a boardwalk and overlook at the pond area, a garden area for children's onsite experience with garden vegetables, and ultimately a Children's Outdoor Nature Learning Center. 


Donations for this project are welcome and can be made to the Town of Six Mile FBO Bryson Children's Nature Walk. 

Parents Guide to Fentanyl and DRS have created a Parent's Guide to Fentanyl ( in order to raise awareness and help prevent Fentanyl use within our youth. This guide includes tips for parents, information on Fentanyl, online safety tools and helpful videos and articles.

Book Return Container

The Pickens County Library System has placed a Book Return Container In front of Town Hall for your convenience. 

Adopt-A-Stream Program

What can I do to keep our environment clean in Six Mile?


The Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail donated a Double Wedding Ring quilt panel to the Town of Six Mile.  It is located on the front of Town Hall at 106 South Main Street.

They also donated the Bursting in Air quilt panel that is located on the Farmer’s Depot building at 102 South Main Street.

Thank you Upstate Heritage Quilt Trail!


Rental/Reservation and Deposit Rates

Community Room

(5 hr maximum, optional $10 fee per hour above 5 hrs)

Room Deposit: $75

Key Deposit: $25

Rental Fee:  $85

Ponderosa Park Picnic Shelter 

Morning (8 AM - 2 PM)  

Deposit $25

Reservation Fee $25

Afternoon (2 PM - 8 PM) 

Deposit $25

Reservation Fee $25

Two reservation fees and one deposit will be charged if reservation requires a portion of both time slots.

Medal of Honor Recipients

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