Freetown Community Center

Amenities: Activity Room, Athletic Fields, Community Center, Gym, Playground

200 Alice Ave., Greenville, SC 29611 (behind Graceland Cemetery)


Manager:  April Jackson apjackson@greenvillecounty.org

Assistant Manager: Gennie Stewart gestewart@greenvillcounty.org

Freetown serves the community by offering a year round menu of activities for all ages including:

After-School Programming

Summer Day Camp

Senior Citizen Activities

Community Enrichment Programs

Seasonal Events for All Ages

Facility Rentals

Facility Rentals

Deposit: $50 to reserve date

Gymnasium Fee: $60 per hour

Community Room Fee: $40 per hour

Minimum rental is 3 hours

Full Payment due 2 weeks prior to event

GCPRT Reservations Guidelines and Rules

Call 864-295-3567 to make reservations.

After-School Program

After-School Programs for Elementary School Students:  Grades K5 – 5th

When:  Monday – Friday
Time:  2:30pm – 6:00pm
Cost:  $50.00 Per Month + $25 Registration Fee (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.
Registration:  Please register at the community center.
Transportation: Transportation is available for an additional $50 per month. Pick-up is available from Alexander, Armstrong and Westcliffe Elementary Schools. Hollis Academy school bus offers drop-off at the community center.

Summer Vacation Program

Summer Day Camp for ages 6 – 11 entering grades 1st through 6th begins June 2015.

Learn more and register here.

Senior Citizen Programs

This program for adults ages 60+ is offered from September – May and meets on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 9am – 1:00pm. Field trips and special events are offered for seniors on Thursdays. Meals are provided by Senior Action for seniors on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 11:30am – 12:30pm. Activities range from health education, penny pokeno, Red Hat Society, and more.

Open Gym Hours

Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday nights

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Photo ID Required

History of Freetown

The Freetown community has experienced many challenges throughout its history. There has always been, however, a core group of homeowners who were determined to support their community. These are the same individuals who today work with local government to ensure that their neighborhood continues to grow and improve. The first community center was established in 1970 on Alice Avenue in an army barracks from Donaldson Air Base. In 1998 the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority began a neighborhood revitalization project in Freetown. In partnership with Greenville County, plans were made to build a new 10,000 square foot $600,000 community center that would feature a modern gymnasium and large activity area. The new facility opened in 2001 with a grand ceremony attended by hundreds of friends and residents. The center has since tremendously expanded the recreational opportunities offered to youth and adults in this ever growing community.