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Greenville Falls State Scenic River Area

Area

Overview

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  • Size

    87.97 acres

Stewardships

Description

Situated along Greenville Creek, Greenville Falls State Scenic River Area is full of unique natural features. The 20-foot cascading waterfall is a beautiful sight in any season. Also along the river is a natural limestone arch formed by flowing water.

A system of trails allows visitors to stroll along the river, through a prairie and past many historical remnants such as the old electric mill that once stood on the property. Interpretive signs along the trail help tell the rich history of this park. This unique park is the perfect place for learning about history, hiking, fishing and viewing wildlife.

Allowed Activities
Backpacking
Birdwatching
Dog Walking
Fishing
Hiking
Photography
Picnicking
Snowshoeing
Trail Running
Cross Country Skiing
Good For
Dogs
Families
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted
Dogs On Leash
Fishing Permits Required
No Biking
No Campfires
No Camping
No Horses
No Illegal Substances
No Unmanned Aircrafts
Pack Out Dog Waste

Additional Information

FACILITIES

  • Viewing platform
  • Nearly 1 mile of trail
  • 2 parking lots
  • Port-o-john
  • Picnic area
  • Interpretive signs of the historic area
  • Fishing area

FEATURES

Natural Features

  • 92 Acres
  • Greenville Creek
  • 20’ cascading waterfall
  • Limestone arch
  • Prairie

Historical Features

  • Wooden dam
  • Albery Mill
  • Ice House
  • Sluice gates and run