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Whitewater Falls

A scenic overlook where visitors can view the highest waterfall east of the Rocky Mountains is only a short walk from a parking lot near the North Carolina – South Carolina state line. The short walkway to the overlook is wheelchair accessible. A steep path ...

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Table Rock State Park

Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's, Table Rock State Park features lakes, camping and hiking at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The park's Visitors' Center is near the main gate on State 11, the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway.

Foothills Trail

An 80-mile trail connecting Table Rock State Park to Oconee State Park takes hikers through remote and scenic mountainous backcountry through the heart of the Jocassee Gorges.

The Pavilion Recreation Complex

The Pavilion, located just off East North Street in Taylors, offers a variety of indoor and outdoor sports, activities and programs including summer day camps, after-school care, ice skating, ice hockey, soccer, lacrosse, tennis, volleyball and more. Other amenities include inflatable obstacle courses and private ...

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Interactive Children's Garden at Linky Stone Park designed to enrich creativity

A1.7-acre park along the banks of the Reedy River where Broad Street meets River Street is a magical place for children. There, in the History Garden, they can see and touch a cotton plant and understand a bit about how its fruit becomes a T-shirt. ...

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Falls Park turns city's birthplace into resident, tourist attaction

Falls Park in downtown Greenville opened in 2004 with the completion of the Liberty Bridge, a walking bridge suspended high above the flowing waters below.

The park, with its waterfall, lavish landscaping and cafe, is a gathering place for residents and a tourist attraction ...

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Caesars Head State Park offers hiking, fishing, spectacular water fall

Caesar’s Head State Park is located in northern Greenville County, only three miles from the North Carolina border and about 30 miles north of downtown Greenville.

The park is popular for hiking and camping. Fishing in the park for brook, spotted and rainbow trout ...

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Jones Gap, 25 miles from downtown, seems a world away

Located in the rugged terrain of northern Greenville County, about 25 miles from downtown Greenville, Jones Gap State Park links visitors with nature.

Wild trout, including the rare native brook trout, are among several thousand different plant and animal species at the park.

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Discovery Island Water Park

Discovery Island Water Park in Simpsonville proved so popular that after five years the county opened two additional parks in the summer of 2010.

The new ones are Otter Creek at Northside Park in Travelers Rest and 7th Inning Splash at Lakeside Park in ...

 
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