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Greenville is the county seat of Pitt County and principal city of the Greenville metropolitan area in the state of North Carolina, US. A regional cultural hotspot and shopping destination, this stunning riverside city along Tar River is best known as ‘BMX Pro Town USA’ because it is home to many noted BMX (Bicycle Motocross) professionals.
Greenville offers a scintillating mix of water activities (like boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking and camping), sightseeing and bird watching. It has an extensive layout of green space that includes a 324-acre River Park North, the Greenville Town Common and Greenville Greenway System that are a consistent delight the year round. Also of note here are the museums, historic sites and unique architecture that depict the nearly 300-year old history of the city as it has unfolded since the American Revolution.
River Park North
Greenville’s star attraction, River Park North is a nature park that offers boating, camping, fishing, hiking and picnic facilities. It also has a nature center with wildlife observation platforms and fossil pits. If you’d prefer an up-close introduction with a wide range of aquatic flora and fauna and reptiles, you can visit Walter L Stasavich Science & Nature Center here. It has 10000 gallon freshwater aquarium, live turtles and snakes and some stunning wildlife dioramas.
College View Historic District
Located north of the iconic East Carolina University, the College View Historic District in Greenville is a closed bracket of 343 historic buildings. Some of them are more than a hundred years old and correspond to delightful examples of delightful Bungalow/American Craftsman, Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival architectural styles. Some famous names include St. Paul's Episcopal Church (1930), Chancellor's Residence (1921–1930), Bateman House (1910), and Dr. Paul Fitzgerald House (1929).
Carolina Village & Farm Museum
The Eastern Carolina Village & Farm Museum offers a fascinating account of Greenville’s rural agricultural life and architecture during the mid 19th and mid 20th century. This noted museum is housed in a 5-acre site and is hallmarked by a log church, a blacksmith shop, some stables, a smokehouse, a corn crib, a general store, a tobacco barn and a collection of thousands of artifacts and antiques.