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Adventure Park Development

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On September 9, 2019, the City Council approved the purchase of 163 acres of land near the intersection of Old Pactolus Road and Northeast Greenville Boulevard for the development of a new park. On October 19, 2020, the City Council voted unanimously to name the park Wildwood Park.

It is envisioned that Wildwood Park will focus on outdoor recreational activities such as running, hiking, biking and camping along with lake-based and river recreation.

The park development will consist of three phases. The details of each phase are included below.

 Phase  Description  Begin Construction
 One

 1-A: River Park North trail extension

1-B: Eastside primitive trail

1-B: Gravel parking with sidewalk

1-B: Sandy beach area

 Completed

March 2021

March 2021

March 2021

 

 Floating dock with water access

Camping platforms

March 2021

March 2021

     
 Two

 West side property acquisition

Completing a trail loop at Wildwood Park by adding sections of bridge and boardwalk and constructing section of canopy walk, a fishing pier, and an observation tower.

Completed

2022

 

A PowerPoint presentation about the park recently presented to the City Council is available here. To view the video of the presentation, click here.

East side property pictured below.

Adventure Park Aerial

West side property pictured below.

Adventure Park Aerial 2

December 14, 2020 Update

During its meeting on December 14, 2020, the Greenville City Council approved the purchase of an additional 184.78 acres to expand its Wildwood Park development.
 
The land is located near the intersection of Old Pactolus Road and Northeast Greenville Boulevard where it will be combined with the 163 acres previously purchased by the City. The purchase price for the land was $617,000.
 
Staff is currently working to provide public access to Wildwood Park in the spring of 2021.