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In celebration of all those touched by cancer.

Cancer Survivors Park is pleased to announce the launch of an incredible new online program for cancer survivors called the Healing Stations Program. We invite you to explore eleven online themes that will eventually be physical monuments displayed around the park property.  

Each powerful theme provides inspiring stories and information to help people keep moving forward while coping with cancer. All of the stations highlight the connection between survivors’ experiences and the tools, resources, and support provided through the Cancer Survivors Park.

Experience the virtual healing stations online.

See inspiring survivor stories from other cancer patients and their family and friends.
Experience the Healing Stations Program

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Eleven beautiful monuments placed around the park. Each one features a powerful theme about healing with inspiring survivor stories from cancer patients and their families.
Click the map to see the locations of the Healing Stations
"Whether you’re a fighter or a survivor, each of our eleven Healing Stations provides you with a tool you can use with your own cancer experience. We hope that visiting each station, online or in the park, takes you on a transformational journey that helps you cope, heal, and share your story."

- Tom Bates, Board President, CSPA

About the
Cancer Survivors Park

A Unique Blend of Gathering Spaces and Natural Walkways

Cancer Survivors Park is in Greenville, SC on 6.8 acres along the Swamp Rabbit Trail at 52 Cleveland Street. It stretches from the edge of Falls Park at Church Street to the edge of Cleveland Park at the Cleveland Street Bridge.

The area is a unique blend of gathering spaces and natural walkways that provide a place of renewal and healing for anyone who visits. In addition to a restful park setting, the space includes a central pavilion, specialty gardens, sculptural, and educational elements.

The park also houses numerous community programs designed to help anyone learn to live with cancer, or any life-altering illness or loss.The park was opened to the public during its grand opening on June 3, 2018. The regular maintenance and supervision of the park grounds is handled by the City of Greenville. Ongoing programs and projects for the park continue to be the responsibility of Cancer Survivors Park Alliance and its organizational partners.
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