- Parks, Recreation & Tourism
- Falls Park
- Visitor Information
Download the Falls Park Informational Brochure (PDF)
Park Hours & Fees
Falls Park, located at 601 S. Main St, Greenville, is open from 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily. There is no admission fee.
Telephone inquiries: 864-467-4355
Located in the near West End of Main Street, visitors can choose from a variety of parking options:
- 2-hour, free parking
- First hour, weekend and evening free parking. Visit Parking page.
View an interactive Falls Park map that includes locations of historical markers.
Family Activity Guide
The Falls Park Guide and Activity Book (PDF) is a self-guided tour of Falls Park. This booklet is packed with fun activities, puzzles, and educational information. It's the perfect companion piece to a school field trip or a family walk in the park.
Visitors to Falls Park may bring a picnic basket and enjoy a picnic on the lawn or choose to picnic at the River Lodge, Falls Park's only picnic shelter. The River Lodge can be reserved during park operating hours; if there are no reservations, it is first-come, first-served. Visitors may also choose to eat at Passerelle Bistro, which opened in Falls Park in June of 2013.
Falls Park is located in the heart of downtown Greenville. Several restaurants offering a variety of fare are located within walking distance.
The park serves as an oasis within the city - a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. Complement your park visit by checking out these activities:
Mice on Main
Hidden downtown are 9 bronze mice for you to find! Start at the NOMA Square, and use the hints (PDF) for a fun afternoon in downtown Greenville.
Swamp Rabbit Trail
The Swamp Rabbit Trail is a nearly 14 mile multi-use (walking and bicycling) greenway that traverses along the Reedy River, an old railroad corridor and City parks to connect Travelers Rest with the City of Greenville.
The Greenville Zoo
The Greenville Zoo is a 14-acre facility featuring hundreds of wildlife from all over the world including giraffe, monkeys, lions, giant tortoises and Amur leopards.