Looking for a One Way Truck Rental to or from Greenville?
Save time and money with a moving truck rental from SureMove.
Saving money is always important. And if you need to move to or from Greenville, SC—or the surrounding area (including Spartanburg, Greer and Hendersonville)—you want to make every dollar count. That's why it's a good thing there's Estes SureMove—your smart, lower-cost alternative to traditional moving companies and one way rental trucks. How does SureMove work? It starts when we drop off one of our trailers at your home, and you pack and load it with your stuff. Then, we drive the trailer to your new place. You unload your belongings, move in…and enjoy the savings!
Located in the Appalachian foothills of The Palmetto State, Greenville is about half-way between Charlotte, NC, and Atlanta, GA. The population of this intriguing, modern city—founded in 1831—is about 62,000. And if your moving truck rental has a Greenville destination, you'll be living in a community that's a two-time winner of The National Trust for Historic Preservation's Great American Main Street Award.
Once known as The Textile Center of the World, Greenville today has a revitalized downtown full of office buildings, restaurants, hotels, shops and bistros. And just a short walk brings you to Falls Park, which has a remarkable footbridge that's suspended over the rapids of the Reedy River. You'll see why the locals so often say, “I'll meet you by the bridge.”
The impressive variety of its scenic neighborhoods is another draw for Greenville. So be sure to take some time to tour the Pettigru Street Historic District, the Overbrook Historic District, Cleveland Forest, the East Park Avenue Historic District and the Heritage Historic District. There's also the West End Historic District, the Hampton-Pinckney Historic District and the Colonel Elias Earle Historic District.
Your Greenville neighbors will tell you that they love their downtown, but that they also enjoy getting back to nature. So it's a good thing there are three major lakes in the area (Lake Hartwell, Lake Keowee and Lake Jocasse) for fishing and kayaking. Greenville is also a recognized destination for cyclists, and nearby mountain trails offer plenty of opportunities for biking and hiking with a view.
Other area attractions that you'll want to see (or see at least one more time if you're moving away from the area) include the Greenville County Museum of Art, the Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery, the Roper Mountain Science Center, The Peace Center and Caesars Head State Park. You should also check out the Swamp Rabbit Tram Trail, the Greenville Zoo, the Upcountry History Museum, the Kilgore Lewis House, Paris Mountain State Park and the Warehouse Theatre.
if you're one of the many people who will be relocating to or from Greenville or the surrounding area this year, make sure that your move is with SureMove. Just call us toll-free at 866-347-2260 for more information about how we can help you with your Greenville interstate or cross country move.