Want to add some history to your day at the park? Since Greenville used to be a textile manufacturing center, you can find lots of history all around you, even at the locations of some of our wonderful parks. From the ruins and buildings of old mills to bridges from the past, enjoy the history at these parks in Greenville County.
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The last covered bridge in South Carolina, Campbell’s Covered Bridge crosses the Beaverdam Creek and features a paved walking trail down to the bridge as well as a nature trail through the woods.
See our review of Campbell’s Covered Bridge.
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.
Enjoy exploring and walking across the oldest bridge in South Carolina.
Located at the site of the former Hopewell Hospital, built in 1930, Herdklotz has a large paved walking trail that weaves around sand volleyball courts, soccer fields, and two amazing playgrounds.
Read our review of Herdklotz Park.
Located in the historic Brandon Mill area, enjoy a picnic, some baseball and fun on the playground.
Read our review of Shoeless Joe Jackson Memorial Park.