Swamp Rabbit Trail in fall
Here are some views of fall foliage along the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of Greenville between Furman University and Travelers Rest. Â Â This trail makes a very pleasant daytime run or bicycle trip between Greenville and Travelers Rest.
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Wyche Pavilion by reflection
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Autumn Trail Scene
A section of bright foliage lining the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of the city of Greenville. Follow these topics: Fall foilage, Swamp Rabbit Trail
Fall on the Trail
Bright colors and leaves line parts of the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of the city of Greenville. Follow these topics: Fall colors, Swamp Rabbit Trail
This is milepost 28 on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Â Mile numbering begins with zero at the North Carolina border; eventually it is hoped that the Swamp Rabbit Trail will reach North Carolina. Leaves on several trees in the Greenville area have started to turn into fall colors. Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit
Carolina Ale House
A view of Carolina Ale House on South Main Street while the tree nearby is in full color. Follow these topics: Fall colors
Cleveland Park Fall Colors
A colorful section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park. Follow these topics: Cleveland Park, Fall colors
Fall Colors at the Chapel
The fall colors are showing at the chapel of the Travelers Rest United Methodist church. Follow these topics: Fall foilage
Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. Bridge
Located along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit Trail
Swamp Rabbit Trail Addition
The Swamp Rabbit Trail has been extended north of Travelers Rest by an additional 1.2 miles by a new addition that opened during the last week. Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit Trail
Old Steamer car
The formerly rusty steamer car located by the Swamp Rabbit Trail near the future Swamp Rabbit Station at Sulphur Springs Road now has a new paint job. Follow these topics: Swamp Rabbit Trail
Last night was the opening night of Trailblazer Park in Travelers Rest, just off the Swamp Rabbit Trail. The Malpass Brothers were the first of many performances planned at the amphitheater this summer. There will be a free performance every Saturday through September and then there will be movie nights in the month of October. […]
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