Description: Under the
green table, near the benches at the trailhead, you can pick up an
interpretive guide for this short, wood-chip and dirt, walking-only,
nature trail loop that winds along a stream beneath a canopy of mature
hardwood. The numbered markers will help you identify a variety of
plants and trees that provide habitat for birds, squirrels, snakes,
and other wildlife. For an extended walk, you can continue on the
paved Fitness Trail in Cleveland Park.
Insect repellant is
recommended in warm weather. Pets are permitted on a leash.
Length: 0.5 mile.
Fees: No fee.
Directions: From I-385,
Exit 42 (Greenville Zoo exit), turn left on Lawrence Road. Drive
approximately 1 mile and turn right onto Washington Street. At the
entrance for Cleveland Park, turn left onto Cleveirvine, and then turn
right onto Woodland Way. Just after you cross the Reedy River Bridge,
park in the parking area on the right. Follow the concrete walk
(Fitness Trail) back across the bridge. The trailhead for the Fernwood
Nature Trail is across the street at the corner of Woodland Way and
Hours: Dawn to dusk.
Camping: No camping.
Information: City of Greenville Parks and
Recreation, P.O. Box 2207, Greenville, SC, 29602,
Updated: October 21, 2005
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