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Places To Cool Off In The Greater Greenville Area – Pools, Splash Pads, Lakes

Summer in Greenville is generally hot and humid. What better way to cool off on those long, hot days than going to the pool, splash pad, or the lake? Before the weather heats up, here’s a big list of swimming pools, splash pads, and lakes in the greater Greenville area to check out. Summer in Greenville is generally hot and humid. What better way to cool off on those long, hot days than going to the pool, splash pad, or the lake? Before the weather heats up, here’s a big list of swimming pools, splash pads, and lakes in the greater Greenville area to check out.

A quick note on areas where you swim at your own risk, always exercise caution. Swimming is a lot of fun, but do not put yourself in danger.

Water Parks

Discovery Island (Simpsonville) – Free – $13

Otter Creek (Greenville) – Free – $12

7th Inning Splash (Piedmont) – Free – $7.50

Shipwreck Cove – (Duncan) – Free – $12

Anderson Area YMCA Waterworks – Free for Members, Non-member $10-20


Swimming Pools

Greenville County Aquatic Complex (Greenville) – $4–$8

Topside Pool Club (Greenville) – Membership required

The Kroc Center (Greenville) – Day pass or membership


Splash Pads

Unity Park Splash Pad (Greenville) – Free

Tyger River Park Splash Pad (Duncan) – Free

Fountain Inn Splash Pad – Free


Lakes

Lake Hartwell – Swimming is permitted in Lake Hartwell at your own risk.

Lake Keowee – There is no designated swimming area at the park and lifeguards are not provided. You may swim at your own risk.

Lake Jocassee (via Devils Fork State Park) – Swimming is permitted in Lake Jocassee. You may swim at your own risk.

Lake Placid (via Paris Mountain State Park) – Swimming is only permitted in the swimming area and is swim at your own risk.

Pinnacle Lake (via Table Rock State Park) – The swimming area is “swim at your own risk,” daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Campground Lake (via Oconee State Park) – Swimming area with lifeguard.


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