The Greenville Water Splash Pad is recommended for all ages; however, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
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Beginning May 19, park hours are 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Prisma Health Welcome Center hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Unity Park will be open year-round.
The Prisma Health Welcome Center will be closed on the following holidays:
For information on available parking, please refer to our Getting Here & Parking information.
We will begin accepting reservation requests on July 5 for events beginning in August.
Special event permits are not being issued for Unity Park at this time.
We will begin accepting reservation requests for the Prisma Health Welcome Center on August 1 for events beginning in September.
Beverages containing alcohol are prohibited in the park, except when provided at a permitted special event at the Prisma Health Welcome Center. In this case, a temporary special event alcohol license may be required.
Tents or shade structures are not permitted in the park. Staking of tents damages the grass areas. Unstaked tents can catch wind and cause injuries. Please do not bring personal tents to the park.
Leashed dogs are permitted in the park; however, only service animals are permitted in any indoor facility or at any special event.
The restroom hours are the same as the park hours, 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Call or text Greenville Cares at 864-232-CARE (2273).
The Greenville Water Splash Pad is open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Splash Pad will be turned off any day there is rain, including scattered showers.
The Greenville Water Splash Pad will operate from April 1 to October 31.
If your child is still in diapers, he/she must wear a swim diaper in the Greenville Water Splash Pad.
Due to state regulations, only service animals are permitted in the Greenville Water Splash Pad and the playground area.
Smoking is not permitted in any of the playground areas, per City Code Section 16, Article IV. Smoking is also not permitted in encroachment areas, such as the restaurant or Welcome Center desks. Smoking is not permitted during permitted events. Otherwise, smoking is permitted in city parks.
SCDHEC has determined that the Reedy River is contaminated with high concentrations of harmful bacteria that can cause serious infections to humans. For these reasons, walking, wading, swimming in the river are prohibited.