Cleaning up your apartment. Cooking for guests. Cleaning up again after you cook. We know—the holidays seem to turn into one big whirlwind. So, sometimes, it helps to step away from it all. If you need to clear your head, you can always relax and renew in nature at Greenville’s Wildwood Park. It just opened off Blue Heron Drive—and everyone is welcome!
About Greenville’s Wildwood Park
Good news: there’s even more to come too. Greenville’s Wildwood Park will have a second phase, with planned additions such as a lake observation tower and mountain bike trails. These developments will likely kick off—and finish—in 2022.
Amenities and features
All kinds of activities are on the table at Greenville’s Wildwood Park. Get ready to camp, kayak, hike, fish, and more! This new park supports a variety of outdoorsy activities. It also includes amenities and features like:
- A kayak launch;
- A 1.5-mile-long Natural Surface Trail;
- A waterfront camping area;
- A beach;
- Covered pavilions;
- A parking lot, complete with 135 spaces; and
- A floating dock, which includes three boat slips.
Ready to visit Greenville’s Wildwood Park? Head on over to 3450 Blue Heron Drive. That’s about a 20-minute drive from Summer Green, depending on traffic.
You’ve got the address! Now, let’s talk hours. The park opens at dawn and closes the gate at dusk.
And if you want to bring your fluffy friends, go ahead! Just know that all dogs must be leashed.
Have a question we didn’t answer? Check out Wildwood Park’s FAQ here.
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