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Looking for a park in Mauldin? On the south side of Greenville and near Five Forks and Simpsonville, Mauldin has several local parks. Checkout Sunset Park or you can try bird watching on the trails at Conestee Lake Park. Here’s a list of parks in Mauldin!

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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.

Conestee Park

| 840 Mauldin Road, Greenville, SC

If you don’t think the large green space, enclosed preschool playground, large playground, paved walking trail and bench swings are enough, you can also head in to Lake Conestee Nature Preserve when you’re at this incredible park.

  • Dog park, green space, bench swings, paved walking trail
  • Enclosed preschool playground and big kid playground in the sun
  • Restrooms
  • Free parking lot

Read our review of Conestee Park.

Pineforest Park

| 108 Clearfield Road, Greenville, SC

Located in a quiet neighborhood, your kids will love the paved loop around the green space, basketball court and sunny playgrounds.

  • Basketball, paved trail, green space, shady picnic tables and benches
  • Sunny playgrounds
  • No restrooms
  • Free parking lot

City Center Park

| 10 City Center Drive, Mauldin, SC

Playground at Mauldin's City Center Park

City Center Park is a beautiful park that includes a cultural center, fabulous playground, ice cream shop, and more!

City Center Park includes:

  • An age-appropriate divided playground
  • An Amphitheatre
  • Two Picnic shelters
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stand

Mauldin City Park

| 203 Corn Road, Greenville, SC

Your kids will enjoy the sand under this playground in full sun.

  • Baseball diamond, basketball courts, soccer fields
  • Sunny playground on sand
  • No restrooms
  • Free parking lot

Read our review of Mauldin City Park.

Sunset Park

| 211 Fowler Circle, Greenville, SC

Sunset Park is a fully-accessible park featuring an enclosed, accessible playground, another playground in the woods, and even a walking trail.

  • Basketball, baseball, soccer, picnic shelters, walking trail
  • Enclosed and fully-accessible playground in the sun, shady playground
  • Restrooms
  • Free parking lot


Springfield Park

| 129 Hyde Circle, Mauldin, SC

There’s playground equipment at this small playground that you won’t find many other places.

  • Picnic shelter, basketball, baseball
  • Small, older playground mainly in the shade
  • Restrooms
  • Large parking lot