Pavilion Recreation Complex

400 Scottswood Road, Taylors, SC 29687

Amenities: Athletic Fields, Bounce House, Boundless Playground, Dog Park, Football, Ice Rink, Inline Rink, Miniature Train, Playground, Shelter, Soccer, Tennis, Tournament Facility

Pavilion Recreation Complex .

Pavilion Phone:  864-322-PLAY

Greenville County Rec’s Administrative Office Phone:  864-288-6470

 

 The Pavilion will be closed on November 27th in observance of Thanksgiving.

 

The Pavilion Recreation Complex is home to the Pavilion and Greenville County Rec’s administrative office.  The Pavilion is the coolest place in town with an ice arena, inline rink, and a bounce house.  Also located at the complex is George the Train, the Boundless Playground, a dog park, tennis courts, and multiple athletic fields.

The Pavilion is one of the area’s premier indoor and outdoor sports and recreation destinations. Located on Greenville’s eastside the facility is open to the public year round.  The 66,000 square foot indoor complex offers ice and inline skating rinks, table tennis, badminton, conference and meeting rooms, and volleyball.  The sixteen acre campus features soccer fields, a children’s train, tennis courts, athletic fields, SC’s first Boundless Playground, and a dog park.

Programs include after school care, summer day camps, tennis, table tennis, ice and inline hockey leagues, skating instruction, soccer, lacrosse, and volleyball.

The Pavilion’s professional staff is committed to providing the highest quality family entertainment, training, and special events for guests of all ages.

The Pavilion is the official practice center of the Greenville Road Warriors.

 

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Boundless Playground Shelter: This shelter has 4 picnic tables and can accommodate 24 people.  The Boundless Playground is adjacent to the shelter.  Restrooms are within 100 feet of the shelter.

Half Day: 9 am – 2 pm or 4 pm to 9 pm

Cost:  $50.00 .

Full Day: 9 am – 9 pm

Cost:  $80.00 .

Reservations: Reserve Half Day Online or call 864-288-6470 for Full Day Reservations.

Please note that shelter reservations may not be made any earlier than January 1st for the given year.

This 66,000 sq. ft. indoor recreation center opened in 1990. The story behind it mirrors a history of partnerships that have enabled the Recreation District to build new parks. In this case the Western Carolina Regional Sewer Authority donated the 16 acre sewer lagoon that the Pavilion sits on today.  Since then WCRSA has partnered with the Recreation District on other ventures like Corey Burns Park, Pelham Mill Park, and Brushy Creek Soccer Complex. The Pavilion is also unique in that it is one of only three parks in the Recreation District family which was built with self generated revenue bonds. Westside Aquatic Center  and Discovery Island Waterpark were the others. Today the Pavilion offers an ice skating rink, inline hockey rink, indoor play room with inflatable toys, and large meeting rooms. The outdoor campus is home to six tennis courts, playground, historic miniature children’s passenger train, and 3 soccer fields. Over the years the Pavilion has produced nationally ranked figure skaters, served thousands of children in afterschool and summer day camp programs, hosted countless seasonal events and regional soccer tournaments and been a leader in providing unique recreational services to the upstate and its visitors.

The Pavilion Recreation Complex, known as “the coolest place in town” thanks to the indoor ice rink on its campus, opened in 1990, and is built on land donated to Greenville County by ReWa in 1979. In addition to the ice rink, which serves as the home ice for the Clemson University Club Hockey team and the official practice facility for the Greenville Road Warriors (ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers), the site also boasts a bounce house, 3 multi-purpose rectangular athletic fields, boundless playground, historic George the Train, and two dog Parks. Furthermore, the site features two permanent bathroom buildings and over 350 parking spaces. Since 2010, the Special Olympics South Carolina Fall Games have been held at the Pavilion Recreation Complex. It is located on Greenville’s east side, just 4.7 miles from I-85 and 3.7 miles from I-385. If you’re hungry and tired after a long day of games, don’t worry. There are 18 hotels and over 50 restaurants less than five miles away.

Park Specs

Field 1: 375’x 205’

Field 2: 363’ x 227’

Field 3: 375’ x 205

6 tennis courts

2 permanent bathroom facilities

353 parking spaces

Rental Rates

 

 

 

Non-Refundable

Reservation Fee

Non-Refundable

Cancellation Fee

Remaining Youth Rental Fees

One Day

Remaining Youth Rental Fees

All Weekend

Remaining Adult Rental Fees

One Day

Remaining Adult Rental fees

All Weekend

Rectangular Field

(costs per field)

$25

$30

$120

$270

2 day

$145

$320

2 day

Park Layout

Amenities – soccer, football, rugby, ultimate, lacrosse, tennis, ice skating, hockey, dog park, shelter, mini-train

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Success Profiles

2010 Special Olympics SC Fall Games (Multi-sport)

2011 Special Olympics SC Fall Games (Multi-sport)

2012 Special Olympics SC Fall Games (Multi-sport)

Annual Greenville Men’s Club Lacrosse Tournament

Accomodations & Dining

Pelham Road at I-85

Haywood Road Area