This 1,540-acre park offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking and picnicking! Plus the 13-acre Lake Placid is great for swimming and fishing.
Swamp Rabbit Trail was built on an abandoned stretch of Greenville & Northern Railway track. Enjoy the peace of nature as you bike through this 10-mile mixed-use trail. Check out this awesome guide to all the restaurants, bars and shops to pop into while you’re on the trail! #BikeBreak
Falls Park is located in downtown Greenville. It opened in 2003 after a four-lane concrete bridge was removed. Now it’s home to food festivals, outdoor movies and general relaxation.
John Nolan’s culinary tours are not to be missed! For instance, with the bbq tour, you’ll spend three-and-a-half hours eating your way through Henry’s Smokehouse, Bucky’s BBQ and Mike & Jeff’s BBQ. Yum!
Did you know that Flour Field was modeled after Fenway Park? Catch a baseball game and then head to FunnelDelicious across the street for a world-record-sized Mega Danny Funnel Cake.
What a fantastic place for date night! Enjoy craft cocktails in a luxe setting before walking to a delicious dinner spot downtown.
This is a Greenville staple! It opened in 1995 and is a great place to catch a comedy show or open-mic night. Pro-tip: order one of their delicious desserts!
Jianna overlooks Falls Park and serves up amazing farm-to-table Italian dinners with a view! It’s the perfect destination for your next girls night out.
You can’t miss out on Mast General Store! It’s modeled after the original store that opened in 1883 in Valle Crucis, North Carolina. From camping equipment to Patagonia jackets, they have an array of outdoor gear, but the best part by far is the old-timey candy section!