The Sue Simpson Garden at 200 East Camperdown Way was established in 1964 and dedicated in 1966 in honor of Sue Simpson, first female City Council member and a Carolina Foothills Garden Club member. During her service on City Council, she was Chairman of the Parks and Recreation Committee and had a very positive impact on city beautification programs. The focus of the garden is to be an ornamental, drive-by area with shrubs, trees and perennials that provide year-round interest and require minimal maintenance. There is also an annual bed where the plantings are changed according to the season. The garden has been improved and maintained over the years by cooperation between Carolina Foothills Garden Club and the City of Greenville. Even though the garden is bordered by busy thoroughfares, it is remarkably inviting and peaceful.