Cleveland Park Photo courtesy of City of Greenville

Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to finally get out of the house and enjoy all that Mother Nature has to offer.

From the zoo to the gorgeous biking trials, Greenville features some of the best outdoor activities in South Carolina. Check out some of our favorites with your friends and family.

Explore Greenville on a Bike

Looking to get more active this spring? Reedy Rides is a family-operated bicycle rental company located off the 22-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail. They offer bike rentals seven days a week and full-service bike repair. Cyclists can even go on an expedition with professional tour guides.

Courtesy: Reedy Rides

Try Geocaching at Swamp Rabbit Trail

Geocaching is a treasure-hunting game that utilizes GPS devices. Swamp Rabbit Trail is full of hidden gems in the most unique places. If you want to give this unique outdoor activity a try, just download the official Geocaching® app and create a free account.

Courtesy: Geocaching

Go to the Downtown Parks

Are you just looking to get outside and experience the fresh air? Falls Park on the Reedy is in the heart of downtown and features the state-of-the-art Liberty Bridge, which overlooks a stunning waterfall. There’s also plenty to do at Cleveland Park. This beautiful location is home to tennis courts, playgrounds, trails, picnic spots, and so much more.

Falls Park on the Reedy courtesy of City of Greenville

Camp at the Travelers Rest KOA

This campground is located in the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains. Rent a camper, stay in a deluxe cabin, or bring your own tent. No matter how you decide to camp, fun activities—such as hiking, biking, and fly fishing—will all be right outside your door. Traveler’s Rest KOA in Greenville is the perfect, inexpensive get away for families and friends.

Courtesy: Travelers Rest/ North Greenville KOA

Visit the Greenville Zoo

You’ll get to experience the animal kingdom up close when you visit the Elephant Exhibit, the South American Pampas, the Primate Exhibit, and the Masai Giraffe Exhibit. The Greenville Zoo is also the perfect place to celebrate World Wildlife Day.

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