Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail
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The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 23+mile multi-use greenway system that runs along the Reedy River connecting Greenville County with schools, parks, and local businesses. The Swamp Rabbit will continue to grow, offering fun, non-motorized recreation, and transportation.
The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail network is a 23+mile multi-use (walking and bicycling) greenway with segments across Greenville County connecting schools, parks, and local businesses. The longest continuous segment, 15.4 miles is the Green Line of the Swamp Rabbit network that stretches from north of Travelers Rest, through Furman University, and past downtown Greenville. Additional segments travel through Conestee Nature Preserve as well as the cities of Fountain Inn and Simpsonville. The Swamp Rabbit will continue to grow offering fun, non-motorized recreation and transportation opportunities wherever it goes.
Thanks go out to the Greenville County Council for having the vision and foresight to purchase the old rail bed between Greenville and Travelers Rest which made the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail possible. Their adoption of the Greenville County Greenways Comprehensive Plan shows commitment to improving recreation, active transportation, and quality of life in Greenville County.
The Swamp Rabbit links up with various parks with connecting trails including Gateway Park, Trailblazer Cleveland Park, Cancer Survivors Park, and Falls Park on the Reedy.
Click here for the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail's full interactive map.Directions:
The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is easy to reach from Highway 276, which it loosely parallels, and there is no shortage of parking in the numerous parks along the route, including Gateway Park (115 Henderson Dr.) and Trailblazer Park (235 Wilhelm Winter St.) in Travelers Rest, and Falls Park (601 S. Main St.) and Cleveland Park (150 Cleveland Park Dr.) in Greenville. There are also several places to park in Conestee Nature Preserve to access that shorter segment of the network. In Simpsonville, access to that 0.9 mile segment is at the corner of W. Trade and S. Main St. In Fountain Inn, access to the 0.8 mile segment is at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
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Greenville County Parks, Recreation & Tourism | 4806 Old Spartanburg Road, Taylors, SC 29687 | (864) 331-9631 | Email
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