Want to play tennis in Greenville? If you want to exercise without realizing you’re exercising and spend time with friends at the same time, tennis is the thing for you! Cleveland and Holmes Parks have updated tennis courts, but there are many more parks near Greenville with tennis courts. Grab a tennis racket and some balls and get to one of these parks with tennis courts.
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.
This park has it all from tennis courts and frisbee golf to enclosed playgrounds and a paved trail!
Bring your bikes for the Swamp Rabbit Trail, visit Major Rudolph Anderson’s Memorial, walk the Fernwood Nature Trail, relax in the Rock Quarry Garden, and play sports at this large park in the city of Greenville. The tennis courts were just resurfaced and a new pickleball court was installed.
Don’t miss the cool military tank by the tennis courts at this large, neighborhood park. There’s also a new playground, restroom and even a zip line!
Read our review of Gower Estates.
Duncan Park is both the site of a lake and a former minor league baseball stadium.
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This park is located near downtown Cowpens.
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Home to Discovery Island Water Park, don’t miss the big playground, basketball and tennis courts, and soccer fields.
Read our review of Southside Park.
This neighborhood park has a great frisbee golf course, a walking trail that goes over a creek, and lots of swings.
Read our review of Timmons Park.
This park is just a few blocks away from downtown Fountain Inn.
Read our review of PD Terry City Park.
What a fun playground at this community center!
With a new playground in the sun plus a frisbee golf course in the woods, this neighborhood park is perfect for a cold or warm day. The tennis courts were just resurfaced and a new pickleball court was installed.
Read our review of Holmes Park.
Home to the Greenville County Parks & Rec office, you will find a fully-accessible, sunny playground beside a preschool playground and lots of swings at the entrance off Old Spartanburg. If you go in the Scottswood entrance, you’ll find an enclosed, sunny playground with swings, a sandbox, and a grassy space. With a dog park, tennis courts, paved trail, and even an ice rink and bounce house inside, you will find something for everyone to love.
With an incredible water park to cool off in during the summer, and a big, sunny playground to warm up in during the winter, this is your year-round destination.
With a fully-enclosed preschool playground in the shade and a big playground in the sun for the bigger kids, your children will love coming to this park. Bring your wheels and tennis rackets!
Read our review of Butler Springs.