Falls Park

601 S Main

Greenville, SC 29601


Phone: (864) 467-4350

City: Greenville

Region: Mountains

Falls Park

Falls Park provides an oasis in the heart of downtown Greenville in the historic West End. The park features a one-of-a-kind curved suspension footbridge and scenic overlooks, outdoor amphitheaters, world-class works of public art, nature trails, picnic areas, excavated mill ruins, several distinct garden areas and, of course, the beautiful Reedy River with its impressive series of falls. The park has a self-guided walking tour with historic markers.

This beautiful park in downtown Greenville has been named to TripAdvisor's list of Top 25 Parks in the US. Falls Park ranked number 10.

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