City Parks

One of Greenville's greatest attractions
is its system of city parks. The goal of the City Parks and Recreation department is to ensure that Greenville's parks remain attractive and inviting for public use. The department oversees 39 city parks occupying more than 400 acres of land within the city. In managing Greenville's parks, our staff provides a variety of appealing programs and activities for our residents and visitors. 
Related link: Public Gardens
View of Liberty Bridge from below, at Falls Park
Cyclist riding along a trail in Cleveland Park
View of flower gardens at Legacy Park
Rendering of children playing in the proposed 'sprayground' at Unity Park
View of Cancer Survivors Park bridge and education center
Gower Park basketball courts
View of walking paths and picnic shelter at McPherson Park
Disc golf hole, at Timmons Park
Playground, at Holmes Park
Photo of picnic shelter with words North Main Rotary Park
Baseball field, at a Greenville neighorhood park