A Walk Through History

2401 State Park RD
Greenville, SC 29609


It’s the 1770s, and Richard Paris claims Paris Mountain while it is part of the Cherokee nation. It’s the 1880s, and a tornado rips through the homes of people who live on the mountain. A water supply for Greenville is started from Paris Mountain’s water. It’s the 1930s, and the Civilian Conservation Corps builds a state park. It’s 2016 – enjoy a stroll around Lake Placid, discovering secrets of the past on this easy 1 ½ hour walk through the history of Paris Mountain State Park. Meet at Park Center. The program is $7.00 per person. ADMISSION IS WAIVED. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. To register, email to ctaylor@scprt.com, or call the park office at 864-244-5565.

Contact Information

Paris Mountain State Park

2401 State Park RD
Greenville, SC 29609

Phone: 864-244-5565
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  • Registration Deadline : 1 day before
  • Meeting Place : Park Center
  • Event Hours : 1 - 2:30 pm
  • Price : $7 per person, payable at welcome station, or free with Park Passport Plus. Admission waived.