Falls Park on the Reedy, Greenville

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Built on reclaimed land from textile mills, Falls Park on the Reedy is home to the Upstate Shakespeare Festival. Enter the park's pedestrian bridge from Main Street in the West End District, where you'll also find the visitor center and restaurants. The first point of interest is the large bronze sculpture by Bryan Hunt next to the entrance. A footpath crosses over the cascades and the remaining wall of a 1776 grist mill. To visit Falls Park on the Reedy on your trip to Greenville, use our Greenville trip itinerary builder app.
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  • My wife and I walked around this area many times during a recent trip to Greenville. This area is super clean and so relaxing. This is what makes Greenville a very special place. 
    My wife and I walked around this area many times during a recent trip to Greenville. This area is super clean and so relaxing. This is what makes Greenville a very special place.  more »
  • My husband & I wanted a morning walk around Greenville with our coffees. This area has a cool trail you can hop on & off of for different pics ~ love the sections where you can take a break, rest... 
    My husband & I wanted a morning walk around Greenville with our coffees. This area has a cool trail you can hop on & off of for different pics ~ love the sections where you can take a break, rest...  more »
  • enjoyed strolling through the park especially now that the weather is starting to cool off. good location for anyone. 
    enjoyed strolling through the park especially now that the weather is starting to cool off. good location for anyone.  more »
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  • Absolutely gorgeous park that brings the city together as it shows the harmonious symbioticness between the river falls and skyscrapers. The extensive walking path purposely weaves everyone through the landscape with great views of the waterfall. The Liberty Bridge politely calls attention to its engineering marvel. What a great place to spend an afternoon people watching and soaking up the city vibe. Also a great place to take the pets!
  • What a beautiful and thoughtful place. We visited in the morning - the air was crisp, the water was flowing, and there were just a few people. We can't wait to come back and relax on a swinging bench and take in more of the area. We parked downtown and took advantage of the free 2-hour street parking - it was about a half mile walk. Just gorgeous!
  • Beautiful and relaxing walk in the middle of the city. Great views all around. In the summer, it is very hot, so be sure to bring some water and stay hydrated. A few public restrooms are scattered throughout the path as well, which is great. Lots of history so if you're a nerd for learning like I am, there are a few plaques to read which I found interesting.
  • We sat in a Shaded little swing facing the falls. Surrounded by deep dark lush foliage and the air so hot that your skin felt Sticky…then a gentle breeze comes and it cools you down. The water was quite pleasant for creek stomping too. The trail seemed to be a system of trails that connect and options for a park and even a workout 🏋🏻‍♀️ section along one part of this system near the falls. Also it is stroller friendly!!!
  • Park on street right at entrance. The walkway give a spectacular view of the falls. Go down below and be at the base of falls. Also go above falls to the river feeding it. Enjoy nature. Lots if shops. Geese offered a cool experience as they came a cross river to where I was sitting to eat grass.

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