Things To Do In Greenville, SC

Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail

22 mile biking and walking trail from the shadow of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, through the towns of Fountain Inn, Greenville and Travelers Rest.

Campbell’s Covered Bridge

The bridge has been transformed into a passive park where visitors can picnic, explore the foundations of the old grist mill and home site and wet their feet on a hot summer day in Beaverdam Creek.​

Fall’s Park on The Reedy

The park serves as an oasis within the city – a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. The multi-use facility lends itself to a wide variety of activities for people of all ages and interests.

Greenville Zoo

The Mission of the Greenville Zoo is to provide an enjoyable guest experience while we support and promote conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all living things.


Greenville has cultivated a craft brewing style and philosophy all its own—one that breathes fresh, frothy life into this already cool-as-can-be community.


Greenville is deliciously dynamic thanks to enterprising local restaurateurs and a couple of standout annual food festivals. From Southern cuisine and soul food to BBQ and breweries.

State Parks

The Upstate Region of South Carolina contains sprawling foothills, serene lakes, rushing rivers, and dramatic stone outcroppings. Parks along the Escarpment, the line at which the Blue Ridge Mountains abruptly drop down into the foothills, offer dramatic panoramas of the mountains and valleys that populate the region.

Paris Mountain State Park

Paris Mountain State Park preserves the natural beauty and the heritage of this special place. It has 15 miles of trails for hiking and biking. It also has an 8-acre lake where visitors can swim, paddle, and fish. Kayak, canoe, and paddleboat rentals are available.

Caesar’s Head State Park

Caesars Head gives hikers an easily accessible, panoramic view of this natural wonder, as well as the 13,000 acres of pristine mountain woodland that is the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area. A network of easy-to-strenuous hiking trails meander through the park’s forests. 

Jones Gap State Park

Jones Gap State Park is an unforgettable haven of mountain tranquility. With 3,000+ acres of pristine mountain woodlands interspersed with winding forest trails, cascading waterfalls, and the pacifying gurgle of the Middle Saluda River.

Starlight Glamping is Just a  Short Drive To:

•Asheville, NC- 55 miles, approximately 1 Hour

•Atlanta, GA- 157 miles, approximately 2.5 Hours

•Charleston, SC- 227 miles, approximately 3.5 Hours

•Charlotte, NC-116 miles, approx. 2 Hours.

•Clemson, SC- 32 miles, approximately 40 min.

•Columbia, SC- 117 miles, approximately 2 Hours

•Downtown Greenville, 14 miles, approximately 25 Minutes

•Gatlinburg, TN- 126 miles, approximately 2.5 Hours

•Hendersonville, NC- 33 miles, approximately 40 Minutes

•Myrtle Beach, SC- 280 miles, approximately 4.5 Hours

•Savannah, GA- 270 miles, approximately 4 Hours

•Travelers Rest, SC- 8 Miles, approximately 12 Minutes