CANCELLED – Get Out! Greenville
October 3 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
Due to safety concerns surrounding COVID-19, Get Out! Greenille 2020 has been cancelled.
A Celebration of All Things Outdoors
Get Out! Greenville is a celebration of all that Greenville County and Upstate South Carolina has to offer to the outdoor enthusiast. The mission and purpose of the event is simple: bring together all aspects of the outdoor community in one place to enjoy and learn from each other. Of course no festival is complete without awesome music and tasty food. Enjoy!
Park Hop Closing Celebration
If you loved participating in Greenville County’s summer-long scavenger hunt, come celebrate at Get Out! Greenville. Bring your passport showing all the clues you found and claim your prize at the Park Hop tent.
Be a part of Get Out! Greenville
Get in on the action and reach 2,000+ of Greenville’s outdoor fans and families. Register as a vendor and interact with our guests or take it a step further and become a sponsor to get your brand seen.
Come join all the fun and work behind the scenes.
Get Out! Greenville welcomes individuals and groups to volunteer. All volunteers will receive lunch. Please contact Joni Dilorth at [email protected] or (864)467-3324
Packet Pick-Up for all races will begin at 6:30am at Conestee Park. There will be no early Packet Pick-Up prior to race day.
Get Out Greenville 10k & Kid’s Race
10k Time: 9:00am start
The rolling 10K course winds its way through the beautiful Conestee Park and features a mix of dirt, gravel and pavement. Get Out! Greenville 10k is part of the Greenville Dirt Series trail races.
On Site Race Day Registration Accepted.
Get Out! Greenville Kids 3K Race Time: 10:30am start
Kids ages 14 and under (and parents) are invited to join us for a fun 3K (just under 2 miles) trail run through the trails of Lake Conestee Nature Park. Adults are welcome to enter this race as well to escort and encourage their children if desired. Entry in the Kids 3K is included with registration for the Get Out! 10K race this same day. You may accompany your child in the Kids 3K race for free if you wear your 10K bib number. The rolling course winds its way through the beautiful Conestee Park and features a mix of dirt, gravel and pavement.
On Site Race Day Registration Accepted.
Swamp Rabbit Ultra USATF SC Association Open/Masters 10K, 30k & 50k MUT Championships
Exciting news for 2019! This year’s Swamp Rabbit Urban Ultra 30K and 50K races are now the 2019 Swamp Rabbit Ultra USATF South Carolina Association Open/Masters 30K & 50K MUT Championships! USATF members will be running for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in both the 30K & 50K events. If you want to be eligible for the SC State Championship medals, you must be a USATF member and provide your number when you register. Don’t worry if you’re not a member, as everyone is welcome to participate in these fun events, and everyone will receive a finisher’s award regardless of membership. If you want to join USATF, please click here and become a member before you register. We’ll have 2 categories of results for the 30K & 50K: South Carolina State Championship results for USATF members and overall results for everyone, regardless of membership.
This rolling course takes place inside beautiful Lake Conestee Nature Park, with stunning views of forests, grasslands, lakes and rivers. Runners will pass a fully stocked aid station every 5K, including bathrooms, and come through the start/finish area and Get Out! Festival village at Conestee Park every 10K, which is a great chance to access personal supplies, change clothing, and enjoy the support of family, friends and spectators. This is a wonderful course for first-time ultra participants.
50k: 7:30am start at Conestee Park. Athletes will run 5 laps of a 10K course. Course will remain open until 2:30pm.
30K:8:00am start at Conestee Park. Athletes will run 3 laps of a 10K course. Course will remain open until 2:30pm.
Runners Must Pre-Register Online by October 2 @ 11:59pm for the 50K/30K races. No Race Day Registration will be offered for the 50K/30K races.
All demos and activities at Get Out Greenville are FREE!
Get outside and into the pool! Two huge pools will be set up in the demo/activity area of the festival to try out stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking all day. Boards will be provided by Confluence Outdoor and instructors will be on hand to show beginners the ropes.
We will have a portable rock climbing wall at the park for you to climb to your heart’s content for free! This is the demo you try, love, and get back in line for more.
Take a look at last year’s event schedule
- 9am: REI Campfire Session- How to Pack your Pack
- 9am:Namaste and Play Yoga Clinic
- 9:30am: REI Kids Contest-Throw Rope Toss
- 10am:GOAT Bike Clinic
- 10am: REI Campfire Session-Water Filtration
- 10:30am: REI Kids Contest- Camp Chair Race
- 10:30am: Padula’s Plants Garden Demo
- 11am: REI Campfire Session-Adventure Crafts: Fire Starters
- 11am: Namaste and Play Yoga Clinic
- 11:30am: REI Raffle Drawing*
- 11:30am: REI Kids Contest-Filter a Liter of Water
- 12pm: REI Campfire Session-Clothing Layers
- 12:30pm: REI Kids Contest- Best Trail Mix
- 1pm:GOAT Bike Clinic
- 1:30pm: REI Raffle Drawing*
*Must complete and return Children’s Passport to participate. Passports will be available on the day of the festival at the Greenville Rec Info booth.
Fun & Food
Check out the list of food vendors below and keep scrolling down to see a list of Exhibitors, Activities, and Demonstrations.
Music by DJ Zack
2019 Food Vendors
Free Bird Concessions
Early Goat Coffee Company
2019 Exhibitors / Demonstrations
- Greenville County Rec Community Gardens
- Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail
- Park Heroes
- Greenville Zoo
- Kidding Around Greenville
- Mobi Rec
- Lake Conestee Nature Park
- Keep Greenville County Beautiful
- Greenville County Litter Ends Here
- Pleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center
- SC State Parks
- Greenville Triumph
- The NESS Fest
- Girl Scouts Mountains to Midlands
- Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District
- Frugal Backpacker
- Namastay and Play SC
- Mauldin Recreation
- Park Hop
- Sierra Club
- Bike Walk Greenville
- Renewal by Anderson
- Whole Foods Market
- Girls on the Run
- Canine Healing Place
- Concerned Citizens for Animals
- Clemson Health Extension
- Rockoon Climbing Community
- Elevate Health and Wellness
- Urban Escape Vehicles
- Padula’s Plants
- Fleet Feet
- The Children’s Museum of the Upstate
- The K9 Corner
- Green River Adventures/ The Gorge
- Rocky Creek Veterinary Hospital
- Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group
- Petsuites Greenville
- Paradise Home Improvements
- Keller Williams
REI Kids Play Area
REI is proud to be the host and sponsor of the 2019 Get Out! Greenville REI Kids Play area. Come join the staff as we learn and practice different recreational and outdoor skills. Make sure to stop by our tent for some fun giveaways and try to win some great outdoor equipment at our various REI Kids Contests.
9:30am: REI Kids Contest-Throw Rope Toss
10:30am: REI Kids Contest-Camp Chair Race
11:30am: REI Kids Contest-Filter a Liter of Water
12:30pm: REI Kids Contest- Best Trail Mix
Jumbo Coloring Mural
This super size coloring sheet is larger than life! Kids can come by and color at their leisure, leaving their mark on this banner that commemorates a celebration of all things outdoors.
Lake Conestee Nature Park
The environmental staff of the Nature Park will have a Bird Migration Game for all ages to enjoy. Take a self-guided tour through Lake Conestee Nature Park to explore 20 new educational stations and learn how you can help protect this awesome natural resource here in Greenville. Learn more about Lake Conestee Nature Park at www.lakeconesteenaturepark.com.
Pleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center:
Greenville Rec’s own Pleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center located on Highway 11 is home to Camp Spearhead, a residential summer camp for persons with special needs, as well as several other camps and initiatives that get children and adults outside and in tune with outdoor activities. Learn more about everything Pleasant Ridge has to offer.
Greenville County Soil & Water Conservation District:
Learn all about how you can do your part to keep our waterways clean and get some cool giveaways!
The City of Greenville Parks and Recreation Department provides a mobile recreation vehicle designed to increase opportunities for youth to participate in safe, quality, structured play and recreation in areas where services are not available. Come play games and get active with Mobi-Rec!