5 Signs You're From Greenville South Carolina
How Many times have YOU walked across Liberty Bridge?
Downtown Greenville is bisected by a wooded valley park containing the falls of the Reedy River. The Liberty Bridge is located just downstream from this group of waterfalls, replacing a six-lane highway bridge that was demolished to improve the visibility and accessibility to the falls and adjacent park. The bridge has a curved clear span over the river that curves away from the falls, providing visitors with an aerial amphitheater from which to view the cascading water. The link gently slopes into the ravine and is supported by twin inclined towers and a single suspension cable with thin cable suspenders only on the side away from the falls, allowing for unobstructed views. The bridge, with a total length of approximately 345 ft (105 m) and a clear span of 200 ft (61 m), appears to float over the landscape. The twin towers and suspension cable are visible from vantage points around the city, calling attention and drawing visitors to the public park, falls and river.
Woodruff Road Traffic
Perhaps you've sat in traffic on Woodruff Road multiple times (if not DAILY)? If so, you're probably from Greenville South Carolina.
Kiko the Giraffe
Do you remember when Kiko was born?
Kiko was born in the Greenville Zoo in October 2012 live on an Earthcam as people from around the world watched.
Mice On Main
You've found the little mice all around Main Street.
Mice on Main is based on the children's book, Goodnight Moon. If you've read that book, you'll remember there is a mouse in every illustration (my kids LOVED finding the mouse on each page). Mice On Main is like that - there are 8 mice hidden around Main Street in Greensville, South Carolina.
Christmas Lights at Roper Mountain
Enjoy the drive through the tunnel of lights, up candy cane lane, and by dozens of light displays such as the Ski Jumping Santa, a Belly Whomping Frosty, and Santa's Toy Factory. You can also park your car and explore Winter Wonderland where you can have a picture taken with Santa, stroll lighted walking trails, view giant holiday greeting cards painted by local students, enjoy concessions and more. With hundreds of thousands of lights, visitors enjoy a bright and magical experience. Come see why Roper Mountain Holiday Lights has become a holiday tradition for many families for more than 20 years.