Swamp Rabbit Trail Interactive Map

The Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 22-mile multi-use (walking and bicycling) greenway that traverses along the Reedy River, an old railroad corridor and City parks to connect Travelers Rest with the City of Greenville, South Carolina.

Laurel Creek Trail Expansion

The city will hold an open house from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1, at ECPI University, 1001 Keys Drive, to discuss the Laurel Creek Trail expansion proposal. 

The proposed Laurel Creek Trail is an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail network that will connect to the future Swamp Rabbit Connector along Laurens Road and extend northeast to Woods Crossing Road. The trail will provide a safe bicycle and pedestrian connection to neighborhoods, offices and retailers between Haywood Road and Woodruff Road. The purpose of the open house is to give the public an opportunity to meet and talk with the consultants from Alta Planning & Design and City staff and provide input on the proposed trail.

Launch Map in Browser

The Swamp Rabbit Interactive Map was inventoried, photographed and developed by the City of Greenville GIS Division, with support from the City’s Parks and Recreation Department and the Greenville County Recreation District. Its purpose is to aid everyone - from out-of-town visitors interested in experiencing the Swamp Rabbit Trail to regular trail users - by providing useful trip-planning information. The map is especially content-rich inside the City of Greenville — featuring trail amenities and points of interest, as well as special considerations for a safe experience. Photos, IPIX 360 degree images, and audio are available at select locations. This web map is accessible from all types of devices and operating systems.
Swamp Rabbit Trail directional sign

Using the Swamp Rabbit Interactive Map

We recommend using a standard internet Web Browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Safari for pre-trip planning. Go directly to the map and bookmark it for future reference.