Greenville

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Greenville

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Greenville Visitor’s Guide

If traveling to our Greenville hospital from a distance, it may be necessary for you to spend the night in Greenville, SC with your pet. Here is a list of nearby hotels that allow pets, restaurants that are close to our Greenville, SC hospital, and some local parks with walking trails.

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Hotels

Parks

301 Butler Springs Rd. Greenville, SC

This park features lighted athletic fields, a playground, shelter, tennis court, and a paved walking trail (.467 miles).

24 Evelyn Ave. Greenville, SC

This park features lighted softball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters, a horseshoe pit, a 9-hole disc golf course, a one mile paved walking trail and an M60 Army tank.

336 Rocky Slope Road Greenville, SC

Officially opened in 2008, Legacy Park was inspired by New York City’s Central Park, and captures the essence of a pastoral park in the midst of a busy city. The 20-acre park features rolling greens, water features, colorful landscaping, children’s playgrounds and paved pathways ideal for walking, jogging and biking.

South Main Street and Camperdown Way Greenville, SC

This restored and refurbished park features scenic overlooks, nature trails, picnic areas, a pond with footbridge, excavated mill ruins, six landscaped garden areas, and of course the beautiful Reedy River with its impressive series of falls. The park has a self- guided walking tour with historic markers. The park includes a pedestrian suspension bridge over the falls and an extensive series of gardens.

Woodland Way Circle and Woodland Way Greenville, SC (just across from the Cleveland Park Animal Hospital and the Horse stables).

The Canine Corner is the perfect place for canine friends to visit in the park. A fence surrounds the area offering wide open spaces for exercise and relaxation. There’s also some tough security to keep your pooch from getting out, the Canine Corner has two double-gated entrances, keeping dogs from running free or escaping. Once inside the gates, owners and their dogs can enjoy the scenery, and make a couple of new friends. Pet owners can let their dogs run free, and socialize at the same time.

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