Riverbend Equestrian Center

175 Riverbend RD

Greenville, SC 29617

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Phone: (864) 246-6466

City: Greenville

Region: Mountains

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Riverbend Equestrian Center

Located on 66 acres of rolling countryside near Furman University, the park features two lighted show rings, a dressage ring, a barn and 150 show stalls. The park offers a year-round instructional program, and a therapeutic riding program for children and adults with special needs. A petting zoo complete with barnyard animals and a picnic area complete the facilities. There is a charge for programs and special events only.

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