department of parks and
Trails and Greenways
Trails and Greenways: A Top Priority
The development of a Trails and Greenways Master Plan was a "Top Priority"
project as identified by Greenville City Council's 2006 Management Agenda. Over
the course of the next year, two public meetings were held, more than 450 public
comments were received via an on-line survey and the master plan was presented
to council in September, 2007. On January 28, 2008 City Council adopted the
Trails and Greenway's Master Plan. By doing so they formally recognized the
importance of connecting residents and visitors alike to popular destinations
throughout the City of Greenville. The Master Plan, amongst other things,
encourages physical activity, promotes safe and sustainable transportation,
stimulates economic growth and helps to protect environmental quality of open
spaces and creek and river corridors.
The City of Greenville is actively working to implement the Trails and Greenways
Master Plan and promote the use of trails throughout the City. Please take time
to browse this site to learn more about our existing Trails System and upcoming
The Swamp Rabbit Trail
For more information about the Swamp Rabbit Trail, as it connects Travelers Rest
and Furman University to Greenville, please visit the
Greenville County Recreation District.
Swamp Rabbit Trail Interactive Map
To take advantage of all the interactive features of this map while using a desktop computer,
open it in a full browser window.
There also is a mobile version of this map, available on iTunes and Google Play.
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