Straddling Greenville and Spartanburg counties, Greer has some of the most popular playgrounds Greenville has to offer. Check out our list and spot that Apache helicopter at Veteran’s Park or see some ruins of an old mill by the Scenic Enoree river while taking your kids (and dogs) for a walk at Pelham Mill Park and Dog Park.
Looking for more information about Parks in Greenville? Visit our Ultimate Guide to Parks in Greenville. You’ll find parks by location and amenities like basketball courts, swings and more.
The newly-renovated Century Park features the fairytale-themed Benson Automotive Kids Planet. Kids Planet is located in the shade and sun and includes:
Century Park also offers:
Beside the pristine Greer City Stadium, you will find a small playground, green space and small picnic shelter.
You can spot the Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter from the road, but be sure to get out of your car to visit the memorial and enjoy a walk around the park.
Right off the main streets of Greer and across from Pelican’s SnoBalls, this park includes Victor Field, a sunny playground, and a walking trail. You can also find a basketball court across the parking lot and even a lending library.
This park located beside Greer’s Center for the Arts has a fabulous unique playground.
This park includes:
Visit this historic site with your four-legged companion. Children will love exploring the old mill ruins and watching the Enoree River rush by.
Read our review of Pelham Mill Park.
This enclosed park boasts bench swings, a basketball court, a picnic shelter, a paved path, and a sunny playground with swings.
Right by Riverside High School and many neighborhoods in Greer, this large park just received a new playground.
Read our review of East Riverside Park.
With water fountains, bench swings, a paved trail going around the pond, and even a music-timed fountain, your children will want to do even more than play at the playground.
Read our review of Greer City Park.
You will love the tranquilty of Lake Robinson and the awesome mountain views from the picnic shelter.
Read our review of J. Verne Smith Park.