The River Street underpass for the Swamp Rabbit Trail is now open. It is much easier than negotiating the often busy River Street Crossing.
For those who know Greenville, where is this recently opened feature located? Is it part of the secret aqueduct tunnels that provide water to the city?
…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.
The Fire Department is holding a ladder maneuver training session here at the Parker Fire training grounds on Smythe Street, near the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Work is in progress for a Swamp Rabbit Trail underpass at the River Street bridge. If everything goes as planned, the work should be complete in November. That is good timing because this busy crossing will only get busier as new residences on the other side of the river become populated.
The game Pokémon Go encourages players to get out and move in order to collect Pokémon. The imaginary Pokémon appear as people move around the outdoors, and the Swamp Rabbit Trail is no exception. Here is one spotted on the trail in Travelers Rest before being captured.
These Mimosas are now in bloom by the Swamp Rabbit Trail – this one is located near the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery and across from the Parker Fire Department practice grounds.
In the middle of the day on the trail, it’s time to stop for lunch at the Cafe at Williams Hardware in Travelers Rest, as have all the owners of these parked bikes.
The trailside entrance to Furman University from the Swamp Rabbit Trail has been completely rebuilt with the Furman logo created in brick work.