July is National Parks & Recreation Month.  Check out Park Hop!

    LiveWell Greenville


Making the healthy choice the easy choice

Explore our parks with the 2016 Park Hop!

Park Hop is a free, adventure-themed scavenger hunt to discover featured parks across Greenville County. Follow clues and you maybe win prizes! Click here for details and registration.

Why LiveWell Greenville

Greenville County has one of the highest obesity rates in the nation with 66% of adults and 41% of youth being overweight or obese.  It is difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle when the surrounding environment does not promote healthy habits.  Without providing adequate access to healthy eating and active living, the overall health of our community will continue to decline.

Hosted by the YMCA of Greenville as our legal and fiscal agent, LiveWell Greenville has become the primary vehicle through which partner organizations can successfully promote positive change.  Our coalition supports schools, neighborhoods, businesses and other areas of our community through resources, collaboration and evaluation to promote healthy eating and active living.

Areas of Support


What does LiveWell Greenville offer?

LiveWell Greenville promotes healthy eating and active living through three areas of community support: resources, collaboration and evaluation.


  • Toolkits
  • Healthy Eating Guides
  • Healthy Living Map
  • Networking & Roundtables
  • Training & Workshops
  • Technical Support & Materials
  • Collaboration

  • Facilitation Workgroups
  • Best Practice Guidelines
  • Healthy Menu Options
  • Physical Activity Initiatives
  • Health & Wellness Events
  • Leveraging Financial Support
  • Evaluation

  • Healthy Award Winners
  • Healthy Award Applications
  • Access to Healthy Foods
  • Access to Physical Activity
  • Environmental Assessments
  • Youth Health Index
  • In the News

    A Day of Play at Fluor Field

    Park Hop 2016 has come to a close! Yesterday, we celebrated Park Hop at Fluor Field with the Greenville Drive and the US Play Coalition. Before the game, students with Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism worked with the City of Greenville’s Mobi-Rec truck to set up all types of games on the baseball field.