Greenville, SC Highlights
Falls Park on the Reedy is Greenville's true gem and an oasis for residents. Located along the banks of the Reedy River, the park is the centerpiece of the revitalized Main Street area and offers a meandering footbridge encouraging exploration of waterfalls and beautiful scenery and the shops, eateries, and other details of the downtown Greenville.
Fluor Field, located in the West End of the Greenville downtown district is the home to Greenville Drive baseball. A Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, this minor league team offers major league fun for the residents of Greenville!
Located halfway between Greenville and Spartanburg, BMW & MINI offers one of only two Performance Driving Schools in the country. Test your skills on the Performace Track, the Straightaway, the Slalom, and the Wet Ski Pad, to see if you've got what it takes behind the wheel!
Bon Secours Wellness Arena is the Greenville area's premier entertainment venue. Seating almost 19,000, the arena plays host to concerts, sporting events, and other performances throughout the year.
Lake Conestee Nature Park which once was primarily a 130-acre lake has undergone an ecological transformation that today has created a lush, bottomland forest rich with wetlands, 1.5 miles of the Reedy River, and diverse wildlife habitat. The Park offers hiking trails, education opportunities for local schools, and is an important part of the Greenville area.
Yeah, that Greenville has a zoo! Located on 14 acres within Cleveland Park, a zoo is not immediately what comes to mind when visiting Greenville, but this best-kept secret offers tons of zoo fun including tours and even zoo sleepovers!
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