With a "supertrail" system inside the community, as well as some of the best hiking in the state on thousands of acres of protected forest just outside, an organic farm producing fresh vegetables and herbs, and a formidably challenging Gary Player Signature Golf Course, The Cliffs at Mountain Park is a wonderfully unique community that seamlessly joins the beauty and tranquility of nature with the arts and culture of award-winning Greenville, South Carolina.
Explore The Cliffs at Mountain Park
Amenities: Cliffs Club Members enjoy reciprocal golf, amenity, and dining privileges at all seven Cliffs communities.
Golf: Set in a valley by the bold Saluda River, the Gary Player Signature Golf Course at Mountain Park is as picturesque as it is challenging. Friendly for all levels of play, the course features links-style shot making, fast and firm conditions, run up aprons, pot bunkers, mounding, fescue grass and heather, and a topography that’s perfect for walking.
Clubhouse: The Mountain Park Clubhouse, known as the Cabin, is home to a bar and grill, Pro Shop, and locker rooms. The Cabin’s rustic setting, including a fire pit and games area, was designed to offer a very casual and relaxing ambience. In addition to the Cabin, an oversized cart barn is cleverly constructed as a multi-functional building for casual social functions for up to 300 people.
Green Pond Pavilion: Perfect for social gatherings, fishing, or just stopping for a rest while hiking, this highly private and tranquil outdoor pavilion is complete with restrooms, picnic tables, and a large grill/firepit that overlooks a mountain pond.
Organic Farm: With more than 10 acres, two 100-foot greenhouses, and a 30-foot Microgreen and seed-starting greenhouse, the Organic Farm grows over 155 varieties of 60 different vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Members can pick fresh produce, as well as learn how to grow, harvest, cook, and implement their choices into their own lives through workshops, classes, and seasonal food celebrations.
Managed Trails: Enjoy eight miles of trails, including eight nature trails and one “supertrail”-accessible by foot, bike, or car-that leads to the Green Pond Pavillion. Trails feature wooden bridges over a multitude of streams, inviting picnic areas overlooking ponds, and breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.