The Reedy River flows through Greenville making a spectacular 28-foot drop over the falls in the historic West End District of Greenville. The falls are the center piece of Falls Park and can best be viewed from Liberty Bridge, a one of a kind, cantilevered, 355-foot long curved pedestrian bridge. This is the site where Greenville's first European settler, Richard Pearis, established his trading post in 1768 and later built gristmills and sawmills here.
GPS Waypoints Lat: 34.8451579 Lon: -82.4020142
1. Located in the historic West End District of Greenville.
2. Access to Falls Park is off the sidewalk on South Main Street.
3. Follow the stone staircase which leads to paved walkways throughout the park.
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