Kidding Around Greenville Passport

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Looking for an adventure this summer? You can adventure right here in Greenville with this Kidding Around Greenville Passport created by our friends at Play with CMYK. Print out this passport and take it with you as you explore nature, parks, farms, museums and more!

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Where to Fill Your Greenville Passport

To help you out on your adventure, we’re giving you some suggestions for local places you can visit to fill your passport pages!

Passport Page 1: Museums

There are so many wonderful museums to explore in Greenville! Or if it’s a beautiful day outside, check out the historic signage showing the foundation of an old mill in Falls Park. Statues along Main Street in downtown Greenville.

Passport Page 2: Bridges

There are several pretty cool bridges in Greenville. You only have to go as far as Falls Park to visit the Liberty Bridge. But if history is your thing, try Campbell’s Covered Bridge or Poinsett Bridge.

Passport Page 3: Watch

What can you watch in Greenville? From free concerts and movies to Greenville Drive games the possibilities are endless. Don’t forget to check out our Greenville calendar for events to watch!

Passport Page 4: Go! Go! Go!

There are lots of places to enjoy in Greenville and so many ways to get there! Ride the free trolley in downtown Greenville, perhaps you can catch a ride to one of these FREE Things to Do in Downtown Greenville.

Bring your bike or rent one and visit one of these great places to bike in Greenville. You’ll even find a few places where you can rent bikes in our list.

Passport Page 5: Farm

Find out where your food comes from and visit a farmer! Go berry picking, visit a local farmers’ market or grab something to eat a locally sourced restaurant like Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery!

Passport Page 6: Water

Visit a splash pad, wade in a creek, or zoom down a water slide. Greenville is full of ways to cool off this summer!

Passport Page 7: Read

Reading is a great summer time activity! Local book stores, libraries and venues host story times, summer reading events and programs and more! Choose one and get reading!

Passport Page 8: Play

Greenville is full of great places to PLAY! Parks are free and great places to run off some energy or spend some quality family time. Greenville is home to a wide variety of parks with lots and lots of amenities and attractions to enjoy! Use our fabulous Ultimate Guide to Parks in Greenville County to find the perfect place to play. In our guide you can sort parks by location and by amenity, like tennis courts, walking trails and shaded playgrounds.

For days, when you would prefer to play inside, be sure to check out our Guide to Indoor Fun in Greenville.

Passport Page 9: Animals

On the hunt for animals in Greenville? The Greenville Zoo is a great choice! We also live within a couple hours of several great zoos and aquariums if you’re looking for a day trip. Or, for something something totally different, plan a visit the Carl Sandburg Home and check out their goat barn!

Passport Page 10: Nature

Greenville is full of natural places to explore. There are great hikes to be had, even for the youngest hikers. If you love waterfalls there are some great hiking and wading options. Or, if you’re looking for something a little different, try a driving tour of beautiful waterfalls just a short drive away in Western North Carolina. Get out and explore at each waterfall, dip your toes in the creek and enjoy!

Play with CMYK

Visit our friends at Play with CMYK for more great FREE printables! You’ll find beautifully designed printables that encourage dramatic play and imagination. Many thanks to Adair Johnson at Play with CMYK for developing this Free Printable Greenville Passport for Kidding Around!

Did you complete your passport? Let us know how you liked it!

About the Author
Maria Bassett is a former school orchestra teacher, turned homeschool mom. She and her husband homeschool their 3 sons and 1 daughter, who range from 4th grade through 9th grade. Believing children learn best when they are engaged and having fun, this family loves to take their homeschool on the road, around Greenville and beyond.

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