Maps of the Trail
Everyone has different preferences in trip planning. Here on the Maps page, we have a variety of GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail maps to fit your needs.
The ArcGIS Interactive Map is great for browsing features along the trail, getting driving directions to parking areas, and is the most user friendly and technologically advanced thanks to the City of Greenville GIS Department. The Google Map application identifies all public transportation stops along the Swamp Rabbit to plan your multi-modal (bike-bus-walk) transit trip or commute. And finally, our original segment maps are best for the road map purist with a printer and a fanny pack.
We love to help people get out on the Swamp Rabbit! Whether you are visiting from out of town or are a Greenville native wondering where the the railroad went, we can help guide you to the trail and to all the other fun things to do along it. Call or email Colin Young at (864) 676-2180 x160 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Printed maps are available at Greenville City Hall, Travelers Rest City Hall, and several local businesses in town. You can download this map here, seen above.
ArcGIS Interactive Mapping Application (NEW!!!)
Launched in March 2012, the ArcGIS Online Explorer application offers an interactive trip planning experience on your home computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. It is the most comprehensive map of the Swamp Rabbit to date and identifies:
Points of Interest
Nature Trails and More
Map Contents and a Map Legend can be found under the “Details” tab. Remember to click on the map icons for more information and pictures!
CLICK HERE! to go directly to the interactive map
To download the FREE APP on iTunes: CLICK HERE
To download the FREE APP on Android Market: CLICK HERE
To download the FREE APP on Windows Marketplace: CLICK HERE
Google Map Trail & Transit
This map combines the Greenlink Public Transportation System with the Swamp Rabbit Trail to get you around town without using your personal vehicle. Just zoom in or search for your destination to find out how the trail and the bus system could fit into your daily routine. The Trail is marked by a series of oval ‘M’ icons indicating each half mile marker. The bus stops are black and white bus icons that travel along the highlighted green routes.
There is also a stop at the corner of Augusta Rd. and Fork Shoals Rd that provides a close by connection near a Lake Conestee Nature Park trailhead (Fork Shoals/Main Office) back to the downtown Transit Center.
We have come a long way with mapping the Swamp Rabbit but these static maps could be the best mapping tool for you. Click on each map to enlarge the picture. The trail is marked in green and the restrooms and parking areas are marked as black and white icons.