Amenities: Activity Room, Basketball, Gym, Playground, Shelter, Walking Trail
710 South Fairfield Road, Greenville, SC 29605
Center Manager: Furman Gatewood email@example.com
Assistant Center Manager: Angela Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt. Pleasant serves the community by offering a year round menu of activities for all ages including: After-School Programming, Summer Day Camp, Senior Adult Activities, Community Enrichment Programs, Seasonal Events for All Ages.
Greenville Rec Community Centers provide quality after-school programs for students in grades K-5th. Students participate in a variety of activities including but not limited to: homework time, sports, games, crafts, character development and snacks.
After-School Program for Elementary School Students: Grades K5 – 5th
When: Monday – Friday
Time: 2:30pm – 6:00pm
Cost: $60.00 Per Month + $25 Registration Fee (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.
Transportation is available by Greenville County Rec for an additional $50 per month from Sue Cleveland, Thomas E. Kerns, Blythe, Sara Collins, and Robert E. Cashion Elementary.
School District Bus Drop-off available from Grove Elementary and Hughes Academy.
Teen Leadership Program for Middle School Students: Grades 6th – 8th
When: Monday – Friday
Time: 3:45pm – 6:00pm
Cost: $35.00 Per Month + $25 Registration Fee (Non-refundable) Payments are due the 1st of the month.
Transportation is available by Greenville County Rec for an additional $50 per month from Beck Academy and Woodmont Middle School.
School District Bus Drop-off available from Hughes Academy and Tanglewood Middle.
The after-school program operates on the same schedule as the Greenville County Schools calendar.
- Download the registration form and waiver.
- Take the completed forms to the community center OR Greenville Rec’s Main Office: 4806 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687.
DSS After school snacks and meal program served daily.
A limited amount of scholarships are available – contact Lawanda Curry, 864-676-2180 ext. 121 or email@example.com for more details.
Greenville Rec Community Centers partner with the following agencies (and many more!)
- Department of Social Services (DSS) – CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program) provides state funding for a daily snack for students in the after-school programs.
- BOOST (Building Opportunities in Out of School Time) – an initiative of United Way that certifies after-school programs on the ten quality elements. Click to learn more about BOOST
- LiveWell Greenville – a network of organizations partnering to ensure access to healthy eating and active living for every Greenville County resident.
Need a break? Join the fun at Mt. Pleasant’s Spring Break Camp. There will be games, arts-n-crafts, sports-n-games, and much, MUCH more! Come join in! More details to be released January 2017.
Summer Day Camps for youth 6 – 11 entering grades 1st through 6th grade runs in accordance with the Greenville County Schools calendar.
This program for adults ages 50+ is offered from September – May and meets Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 am – 1 pm for camraderie, fun and learning. Meals are provided by Senior Action. Activities include Book Review time, exercise and board games, crafts, and more.
Harvest Ball: October 14. Click Here for more information
Deposit: $50 to reserve date
Full payment due 2 weeks prior to event.
During evening hours, the Mt. Pleasant gym is open for fellowship and pick-up basketball games. Please contact the center for hours.
In 1957 Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church purchased 2.3 acres on E. Fairfield Road. Under the direction of several community volunteers a government orchestrated program, CEDAR, was brought to the site in the mid 1960’s and programs for baseball, basketball, and football were offered. In 1973 Greenville County Recreation District entered into a 99 year lease for the property and the former Rosenwall School. Reverend Earl Lewers was hired as the first center coordinator. In 1983 the old school building was torn down and a new facility was built. The Recreation District subsequently purchased adjacent property on the corner of Fairfield Road and White Horse Road and in 1994 a gymnasium / activities center was constructed. The former center was dedicated as the George W. Walker Senior Center. Since then a walking trail and picnic shelter have been added.