Love a good game of basketball? If you’re looking for a place to play basketball in Greenville, we’ve got you covered.
The weather in Greenville lends itself for lots of outdoor activity for a good majority of the year. One fantastic (and free) activity is to take advantage of all the outdoor basketball courts around town. It’s a great idea to grab some friends and meet up for a game or teach the kids how to perfect their jumpshot. We’ve rounded up all the parks in Greenville county that have outdoor courts, so grab a ball.
Located right off of Stone Avenue in the city of Greenville, your children will love the new playground and scavenger hunt.
Basketball, grassy space, scavenger huntNew playground in the sunNo restroomsStreet-side parking
Read our review of Railroad Mini Park.
This quiet, neighborhood park has a sand pit with a digger, basketball court, swings and a shady playground.
Basketball, sand pitShady playground, swingsNo restroomsParking area for two cars
Home to Discovery Island Water Park, don’t miss the big playground, basketball and tennis courts, and soccer fields.
Sunny playground for preschool and big kidsRestroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Southside Park.
This enclosed park boasts bench swings, a basketball court, a picnic shelter, a paved path, and a sunny playground with swings.
Bench swings, picnic shelter, paved trail, basketball courtSunny playground, swingsNo restroomsStreet-side playground
Right around the corner from a trolley stop, enjoy a day at this historic, neighborhood park with a new playground.
BasketballNew playground in the sunNo restroomsStreet-side parking
Read our review of Pinckney-Fludd Park.
Close to Cherrydale, this park has a nice walking trail and a sunny, enclosed playground on the sand.
Paved trail, baseball diamond, basketball court, picnic shelterSunny playgroundNo restroomsFree parking lot
Don’t miss the cool military tank by the tennis courts at this large, neighborhood park. There’s also a new playground, restroom and even a zip line!
Zip line, military tank, paved trail for wheels, picnic shelters, enclosed basketball and tennis courtsNew playground and older playground in the shadeNew restroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Gower Estates.
The city just built three new bridges, a new playground, and a new mini-golf course at the oldest park in Greenville!
Bridges, creek, paved walking trail, mini-golfNew playground in the woods, older playground in the sunRestroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of McPherson Park.
Located in a quiet neighborhood, your kids will love the paved loop around the green space, basketball court and sunny playgrounds.
Basketball, paved trail, green space, shady picnic tables and benchesSunny playgroundsNo restroomsFree parking lot
With a new playground in the sun plus a frisbee golf course in the woods, this neighborhood park is perfect for a cold or warm day. The tennis courts were just resurfaced and a new pickleball court was installed.
Frisbee golf course, walking trail, picnic shelter, basketball court, baseball diamond, new tennis courts, pickleball courtsNew playground in the sunRestroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Holmes Park.
With an incredible water park to cool off in during the summer, and a big, sunny playground to warm up in during the winter, this is your year-round destination.
Sunny playground for preschool and big kidsNo restrooms (outside of the water park)Free parking lot
This neighborhood park is close to downtown Simpsonville and features a sunny playground and a basketball court.
Basketball, green space, picnic shelterSunny playgroundNo restroomsFree parking lot
This park has a basketball court under cover with lights, swings, a new playground with a zip line and even a lending library. You can find restrooms inside the community center.
Covered and lit basketball court, lending libraryNew, sunny playground with zip lineRestrooms (inside community center)Free parking lot
Read our review of Juanita Butler Community Center.
There’s playground equipment at this small playground that you won’t find many other places.
Picnic shelter, basketball, baseballSmall, older playground mainly in the shadeRestroomsLarge parking lot
This small playground has a tire swing, picnic shelter and swings.
Picnic shelter, basketballSunny playground with swingsNo restroomsParking lot
Enjoy the small-town charm of a neighborhood park complete with a playground, basketball court, and a manicured, grassy space.
Basketball court, grassy spaceSunny playgroundNo restroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of College Street Park.
Bring your bikes for the Swamp Rabbit Trail, visit Major Rudolph Anderson’s Memorial, walk the Fernwood Nature Trail, relax in the Rock Quarry Garden, and play sports at this large park in the city of Greenville. The tennis courts were just resurfaced and a new pickleball court was installed.
Swamp Rabbit Trail, Rock Quarry Garden, Fernwood Nature Trail, Ramona Graham Fitness Trail, sports, memorials, picnic shelters, pickleball courtCovered big kid and preschool playgrounds, swings and climbing structures in the sunRestroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Cleveland Park.
Take a walk or run while your child plays basketball or plays at the playground at this quiet park.
Picnic shelter, paved trail, basketball, baseball diamondSunny playgroundNo restroomsFree parking lot
Fully enclosed, this park features a paved loop with traffic signs and parking spots. It also has basketball, swings and a sand pit.
Paved trail, sand pit, basketballJust swingsNo restroomsFree parking lot
Your kids will love hanging, climbing and swinging at this big playground on the westside of Greenville.
Basketball, community centerSunny, enclosed playgroundNo restrooms (unless community center is open)Free parking lot
Read our review of the Freetown Community Center.
Set in an idyllic neighborhood off Augusta, this park has a large green space, new playground, picnic shelter and basketball court.
Basketball, green space, picnic shelterSunny Playground (designed for kids aged 2-12)No restroomsStreet-side parking (walk into the park on the driveway of 400 Meyers Drive)
Shared by Blythe Academy, be sure to visit this large, sunny playground after school hours.
BasketballSunny playgroundNo restroomsStreet-side parking
Right off the Swamp Rabbit Trail in TR, enjoy dirt-bike trails or playing ball at this shady park.
Dirt-bike trails, football field, basketball court, baseball diamondPlayground in the shadeNo restroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Gateway Park.
Sunset Park is a fully-accessible park featuring an enclosed, accessible playground, another playground in the woods and even a walking trail.
Basketball, baseball, soccer, picnic shelters, walking trailEnclosed and fully-accessible playground in the sun, shady playgroundRestroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Sunset Park.
Your kids will enjoy the sand under this playground in full sun.
Baseball diamond, basketball courts, soccer fieldsSunny playground on sandNo restroomsFree parking lot
Read our review of Mauldin City Park.
The perfect park for a hot day, bring a basketball, ball and glove, or even just a picnic to enjoy by the small playground in this shady, neighborhood park right off Main Street in Greenville.
Walking trail, picnic shelter, basketball court, baseball diamondShady playgroundNo restrooms (unless community center is open)Free parking lot
Read our review of North Main Rotary Park.
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