Duck Derby


The Reedy River Duck Derby is held on the First Saturday in May every year, rain or shine! Please join us for a day of fun, racing, dancing, face painting, and live music in Falls Park!

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The proceeds benefit the Mauldin Miracle League (MML), Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (GAIHN), EarlyAct FirstKnight, Polio Plus, Partners in Agriculture, and other local charitable organizations. (See “The Real Winners” listed below.)

The Reedy River Duck Derby is made possible each year by the generosity of many local sponsors who provide cash, prizes and services donations.

The Rotary Club of Greenville Evening, a service organization of local business men and women, holds the Reedy River Duck Derby annually as its primary community service project. This is the 12th consecutive year that the group has organized this charitable fundraiser. Rotarians traditionally develop community service projects to address many of today’s most critical issues, especially children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy and violence. Rotary Club members worldwide work to achieve the key Rotary objective of “Service above Self.”

 LOCATION:   Falls Park on the Reedy River, Greenville

Have more questions about the derby?  See our FAQ sheet.

Duck Derby FAQs

Want to know how the proceeds of the previous years derby were distributed?  

The Real Winners from 2016

Click here to see official rules!