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Pleasant Ridge Park
Pleasant Ridge Park
This 240-acre park and retreat center is the Greenville County Recreation District’s jewel in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It offers a beautiful natural setting, a fantastic camp and retreat center, camping, and picnic areas.
The Camp and Retreat Center is a barrier-free facility that is perfect for gatherings large and small and can host groups for dining, activities, meeting space, and over-night stays. Luttrell Lodge is a 4,000-square-foot dining and meeting facility with full food service, stage, sound system and more. Bi-Lo Charities Fireside Hall is a 6,000-square-foot open air facility featuring a stage, sound room, and canteen. The Camp and Retreat Center has eight modern, comfortable and climate-controlled cabins that can sleep up to 160. Each cabin has a sitting area, small kitchen, four bunk rooms, private bathrooms, and a covered deck. The Camp and Retreat Center features the universally accessible “Know Boundaries” Challenge Course, a zero-depth entry pool with splash pad, activity areas, archery, primitive camping, and more. Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center is home to the following camps: Camp Spearhead - a residential summer camp for individuals of all ages with special needs. Camp Courage – a residential camp for children with cancer and blood disorders. Camp Luv-A-Lung - a residential camp for children with breathing disorders. MDA Camp - a residential camp for children with muscular dystrophy.
Two cabins are available for rent year round at the park. The two bedroom cabins can sleep up to six people and come with a fully equipped kitchen and central heating and air. The cabins have a deck with picnic table and charcoal grill. Pillows, bed linens and towels are not provided. There is a two night minimum rental requirement and a two week maximum stay limit. The cabins are non-smoking and pets are not allowed.