Falls Park on the Reedy
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- Point of Interest
- No Fee
- No Camping
The park serves as an oasis within the city—a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. The Riverwalk can be found here, as well as the Liberty Bridge.
This easy-walking, well-marked series of paved loops have historical significance, since it is where the city of Greenville was founded.The Riverwalk—that is part of the Swamp Rabbit Trail—can be found here, as well as the Liberty Bridge.
During your walk, you will pass a series of markers and informative stations that tell about the historical significance of the park. This area is locally referred to as “The cradle of Greenville,” and is historically relevant to the textile industry in the upstate of South Carolina. A cabin, remnants of the old McBee Mill, and the Vardy Mill are scattered throughout the area.
Five gardens provide a wide assortment of plants and flowers, but the highlights of natural beauty are the small rushing waterfalls, which are short drops, but still provide the soothing sound of falling water. This is a pleasant and informative hike for any age.
Falls Park is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.Directions:
Located in the near West End of Main Street, visitors can choose from a variety of parking options.