Swamp Rabbit Trail

Trail Map

Description Suggest an Edit

The northern end of the Swamp Rabbit Trail begins across from North Greenville Medical campus of the Greenville Hospital System, 807 N. Main Street, and continues south along the Cleveland Street side of Greenville Tech in the city of Greenville. The 14.5-mile trail runs along the Reedy River, connecting Travelers Rest with the city of Greenville.

The trail is officially known as the Greenville Hospital System (GHS) Swamp Rabbit Trail due to a generous $1 million contribution from the local healthcare provider to help develop and publicize the trail. Varying from 8 to 12 feet wide, the trail features a paved surface for bicycles, skaters and walkers, with an additional rubberized surface for runners. Amenities along the trail include lighting, picnic areas, benches, water fountains, restrooms, signage and bicycle racks. Views of the Reedy River are plentiful throughout the trail.

Parking and Trail Access

There are numerous access points and parking places along the length of the Swamp Rabbit Trail. For more information, contact:

Greenville Parks & Recreation Department
206 South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
864-467-4355

Reviews

Busy place

   May, 2014 by clmunson

This trail is VERY well used. I rode 90% of it last weekend, and the number of people using it was impressive. Traverses a variety of locale with nice stops along the way. It needs a bit better marking in Greenville as the signs for the offshoots lead ...read more

weekends are not fun

   April, 2014 by i respect you until...

I tried to go ride and enjoy this trail as all the reviews say it is great. I went on a Saturday afternoon, as I have a job through the week, and it was a complete disappointment. There were so many people there that refused to share the trail, walkers, ...read more

Highly recommend

   October, 2013 by smokeeater405

I rode this trail to help burn all the calories from a long road trip. Very well maintained trail with some awesome views. At one point you can see a beautiful waterfall. Also, did not visit it, but there is a cafe and store with trail access at one point. ...read more