Support the Swamp Rabbit
Thank you for supporting the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail. The Swamp
Rabbit is a community supported project. Extensions of the trail and other potential greenway projects have been outlined in the Greenville County Comprehensive Greenways Master Plan. All support from this program goes toward the realization of these greenway connections and the continued maintenance of the trails.
Greenville County Rec is seeking individual and small business support of the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail. If you appreciate the opportunities the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail provides our community, please consider making a donation, volunteering and explore our other support programs.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, or to join our e-blast list.
Bike Rack – Starting at $1,000
Locally made bike racks will provide cyclists with secure storage locations while they visit pocket parks, kiosks, and retail centers adjacent to the trail.
Benches – Starting at $2,000
Work with a local artist to develop a one-of-a-kind bench design. Then we will work together to designate an appopriate spot along the trail to place the bench. Benches are a great place to rest, are an artistic addition to the trail and a way to leave your mark (or a commemoration) on the Swamp Rabbit.
Mile Marker – $1,000 annually
Made from recycled plastic, markers are every mile and half-mile on the trail. Sponsorship provides space on 2 sides of the marker below the mile number for unique promotional information, logos, etc.
Where in the world is the Swamp Rabbit?
Jerry Phelps visits the Three Notch Trail in St. Mary’s County, MD during a Patuxent Velo SMOG (Southern Maryland Old Guys) ride.
July 3, 2011
Peyton Schofield visits the Gordon Pond Trail, which goes from Cape Henlopen Park to Rehoboth beach, connecting to the Backwater Trail that takes you to Lewes, Delaware.
August 12, 2015
Give back to the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail by volunteering your time and skills to improve the trail for everyone to enjoy. We have several improvement projects we would like to accomplish along the trail in 2013. If you have a group interested in finding out these opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com
We also work in conjunction with Greater Greenville Parks Foundation’s Park Heroes program. Park Heroes work on a variety of projects across Greenville County including trail building, mulching, and other park improvements. Register to be a Park Hero to receive updates on volunteer opportunities as they arise on the GHS Swamp Rabbit or other park facilities.