Fall view along the Swamp Rabbit Trail between Greenville and Travelers Rest.
A Swamp Rabbit sculpture filled with recyclables and placed next to the Swamp Rabbit Trail – created by the students at Green Charter School in partnership with Keep Greenville County Beautiful and Palmetto Pride.
A few trees are in full bloom by the Swamp Rabbit Trail, heading toward the Children’s Garden.
It was difficult to choose just one item, but the thing I would miss most about Greenville would be the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Being well maintained and patrolled it’s great for walking, running, and biking. There’s a variety of terrain – from the flat converted rail bed to the rolling hills of the Conestee area. It ranges from the urban environment in Greenville to the deep nature of Lake Conestee Nature Park which includes over 1800 feet of boardwalk. There’s a great choice of dining along the trail in the city of Greenville or Travelers Rest. I’ve been able to mix regular trail activities into my overall fitness program to maintain interest.
Other items that I would miss but I couldn’t match a good photo would be friends, the pedestrian-friendly tree lined streets of downtown Greenville, the fantastic selection of restaurants, and the view of Falls Park from the Liberty suspension bridge.
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The view from the Swamp Rabbit Trail, towards the clock and Tandem Creperie and Coffeehouse, off of Main Street, Travelers Rest, South Carolina.
The clock honors Tom Keith of Arbor Engineering who was the driving force behind many of the streetscape improvements in Travelers Rest.
A section of bright foliage lining the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of the city of Greenville.
Bright colors and leaves line parts of the Swamp Rabbit Trail north of the city of Greenville.
Located along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park