This bridge in McPherson Park has been replaced and the access improved.
A group walks on the trail through Cancer Survivors Park.
Looking up into the Cancer Survivors Park “celebration of life pavilion”.
This area of the new Cancer Survivors Park has already become a popular place to stop and take photos, rest and relax or for the children to run around.
The water feature is part of the new additions to the Cancer Survivors Park.
Rainbow Falls in Jones Gap State Gap.
The Henry Memorial pocket Park is at the corner of Cleveland Street and Jones Avenue. John A. Henry influenced Greenville’s beautification during his lifetime (1899-1971).
The John A Henry referenced on the sign doesn’t seem to have much of an Internet presence which is understandable since he came before the Internet era. Does anyone know more about his Greenville beautification projects?
The construction of the second phase of Cancer Survivors Park is in full swing.
…And good riddance, with no one happier to say Goodbye than pets who need to be urged to cross the scary industrial clattering and occasionally icy slippery bridge over the Reedy River. The Swamp Rabbit Trail over the “Cheese Grater” bridge has now been closed for the next several months while a new bridge and second phase of the Cancer Survivor’s Park is constructed in this location.