Trails: Greenville City Parks

 
Dates: 1/3/2017 - 12/31/2017
City / State: Greenville, SC
Event Name: City Parks
Event Type: Year Round Walk
Event ID: 105167 2017/Y0232
Distance - Trail Ratings: 5/10k - 1A
Description: Experience the breathtaking views and southern charm at its finest. Greenville is known for its award winning art in public places. Stroll along the Swamp Rabbit Trail as it winds through numerous parks along the Reedy River. Pass through some historic neighborhoods and visit a Civil War site.
Amenities: Strollers: medium | Wheelchairs: Medium | Pets: Yes | Restrooms: Yes
Special Programs: Amphitheatres, Animal Safari, Bridges - Spanning the USA, Food For Thought, Ice Cream Parlors, Points of Reference, State Street Sashay, Take a Walk In a City Park, Walking the USA A - Z
Start Times: Mon-Sat 6:30am-6pm; Sun 7:30am-5pm
Location: Starbucks -550 S Main St Ste 101, Greenville, SC (864) 240-6299.
Start Point / Driving Directions: From Charlotte, NC: Take exit 51 to merge onto I-385 N toward Greenville. Continue onto E North St. Slight right onto Beattie Pl. Take the 1st left onto N Church St. Turn right onto E Washington St. Turn left onto S Main St. Destination will be on the right. From Asheville, NC take I-26 E/US-74 toward Ashville Airport/Henderson/Spartanburg. Merge onto US-25 S via Exit 54 toward 176/Greenville/NC-225. Merge onto US-25-BR S. Turn left onto Buncombe St./SC-183 E. Turn right onto Main St. Destination with be pass the bridge on the right side. From Atlanta, GA take I-75 N. Slight left onto I-85 N entering South Carolina. Take exit 42 to merge onto I-185 N/US-29 N toward Greenville. Continue onto US-29 N/Mills Ave. Turn left onto Augusta St. Turn right onto S Main St. Destination will be on the left. From Columbia, SC. Take I-26 W. Slight left onto I-385 N. Continue onto E North St. slight right onto Beattie Pl. Take the 1st left onto N Church St. Turn right onto E Washington St. Turn left onto S Main St. Destination will be on the right.
Awards & Fees: B Award
Comments: The pinnacle of the walk is the centerpiece of downtown Greenville; the acclaimed Liberty Bridge. This distinctive bridge is 345 feet long, supported by two 90 foot tall masts. It offers spectacular views of the Reedy River Falls and Falls Park below. Parking is FREE on weekends in some parking garages and along Main Street.
Host Club: The Upstate Pathfinders
Contact: Robert McDaniel (864) 505-5051
Website: www.upstatepathfinders.com
E-Mail Contact: mcdanielr99@yahoo.com