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Greenville is found in Butler County (Southeast Region).

The town was founded in 1818-1819 as Butlerville, named for a militia officer killed by Creek Indians. It was renamed Greenville in 1822 by settlers from Greenville, South Carolina. The city has impressive districts of beautiful historic homes and churches, and became famous as "The Camellia City" for its many magnificent shrubs of that variety.
The city boasts of its two amazing golf courses offering plenty of golfing experiences for all ages. Also in the area is the Butler County Public Lake where outdoor activities are available from fishing to boating.
Accommodations in Greenville include Best Western Inn, Comfort Inn, Econo Lodge and Hampton Inn. Click for more details, including other accommodations in the area, as well as online reservations.

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