When the weather gets warm, nothing refreshes the whole family better than a trip to a water park. In Greenville, you'll find three different water parks operated by the Greenville Recreation Department. Whether it's you, your family or a large group, our water parks are great ways too cool down and have some fun.
Greenville County Rec is a department of Greenville County that provides facilities and recreational programs for the residents of and visitors to Greenville County. Over 53 park sites offer amenities from indoor community centers, to skating rinks, athletic fields, three water parks, and much more. Programming ranges from tennis clinics to sw More
Splash it up at this watery wonderland in Simpsonville, where you can plunge down several waterslides, ride a boogie board down the park’s Flowrider surfing simulator, or just enjoy a float in an inner tube along a lazy river. Open season: May 28–Sept. 5 $8–$12/swimmer; $4/nonswimmer. 417 Baldwin Rd., Southside Park, Simpsonville More
Little “tadpoles” love this Northside waterpark, which caters to the smaller set with a shallow entry pool, a tame Tadpole slide, and the Splashpad for fountains of fun. For bigger kids, two body slides twist and turn into the pool. May 28–Sept. 5 $8–$11/swimmer; $4/nonswimmer 101 W. Darby Rd. 864-834-4108 greenvillerec.com/welcom More
Hit a home run with the kids by taking them to this Piedmont waterpark for a spin down the giant bowl slide, some exercise in the lap pool, and a run through the fountains at the baseball-themed splash pad. May 28–Sept. 5 $6–$7/swimmer; $3 nonswimmer. More