Green Line Extension of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is now open!
The new four mile segment off Laurens Road is complete and open! The trail now extends to Verdae Blvd making it 17 continuous miles.
Connecting Schools, Parks, and Local Businesses in Greenville County
From the shadow of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, through the towns of Fountain Inn, Greenville and Travelers Rest, the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail system is hoppening! Since opening in 2009, this 28 mile and growing network offers fun, fitness and community transportation throughout Greenville County.
Things to Know Before You Go
Use this interactive map that shows points of interest along the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail. Some things to keep an eye out for include:
- Access points and parking
- Restroom locations
- Caution areas, such as road crossings
- Reference points (½ mile markers and 1/10 mile E911 stencils)
- Secondary trails
More Tools Help You Choose Your Path:
- Trail alerts: Text swamprabbit to (844) 792-1212 for alerts about events, closures, etc.
Courtesy is Contagious!
- You don’t make a good hood ornament. Stop at all road crossings.
- This is a greenway, not a speedway. Keep it under 20 mph and slower when around others.
- The trail is not a silent disco. Please keep one ear open.
- Stay to the right side of the trail. Practice Southern hospitality by saying “on your left” or using your bell when passing.
- Your mom doesn’t like cleaning up after you, and neither do we. Carry out all trash.
- There is no poop fairy. Clean up after your dog.
- Dogs don’t make good speed bumps, so keep them on a short leash.
Learn about the impact the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail has had on our community, how the trail came to be and more by checking out the documents on our Google Drive.
If you’re starting your ride on the northern reaches of the Green Line of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail network, we recommend Sunrift Adventures (864-834-3019) They are located at 1 Center Street, Travelers Rest, SC 29690.
If you’re starting your ride from downtown Greenville near Main Street and Unity Park, Reedy Rides and Carolina Triathlon rent bikes to trail users. Reedy Rides (864-419-2944) is in downtown Greenville and will deliver bikes to you on the trail or in the downtown area. (12 West McBee, Greenville, SC 29601). Carolina Triathlon (864-331-8483) offers cruisers and road bikes as well as free parking along the trail near Unity Park. (123 Welborn St #102, Greenville, SC 29601). You can rent from the Trek Store (864-235-8320) and access the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail network by using the 1.5 mile long signed Laurens Road Bypass (on roads) to Cleveland Park. (1426 Laurens Rd, Greenville, SC 29607).
While many of the above shops offer e-bikes as an option, Pedego Greenville (864-565-9600) exclusively rents e-bikes. Located at Hampton Station on the Orange Line. They are a great location to start your adventure across Greenville County. Hampton Station with its various stores and restaurants is the perfect stop or terminus of your adventure.
The stencils in the middle of the trail reading “SR###” are part of the Emergency 911 Action Plan with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office called the E-911 System. If there is an emergency on the trail, please call 911 and locate the nearest trail stencil to notify dispatchers of your location on the trail. ‘SR’ identifies the Swamp Rabbit Trail. The following 3 digits represent the mile and tenth mile you are located near. For example “SR314 means you are at mile 31.4 on the Green Line of the Swamp Rabbit Trail network (and next door to the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery). In the case of an emergency, you will never be any farther than .05 miles from a stencil to identify your exact location on the trail.
Money and Sweat Equity Both Impact the Trail and Our Community
Safety improvements, maintenance, and expansion to the trail system continue to be our priorities. Your generous financial support shows that we are all working together to improve our community.
To volunteer to serve or provide ideas and feedback, please contact email@example.com
Combat litter by downloading the Greenville County Litter Ends Here app to report problems or volunteer to pick up.
Geocaches can be found all over the world. It is common for geocachers to hide caches in locations that are important to them, reflecting a special interest or skill of the cache owner. These locations can be quite diverse. They may be at your local park, at the end of a long hike, underwater or on the side of a city street.
There are over 2.1 million geocaches in the world today. As of July, 2013, nearly 125 active caches are located within approximately one 1/4 mile from the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail, and more are being hidden every day. So here’s another opportunity to enjoy this great Upstate recreational resource.
Check our facebook page for posts about items found along the trail.
Often times, regular trail users take found items to Swamp Rabbit Café and Grocery which is between mile markers SR313 and SR314. Also check in with other trailside businesses close to where the item might have been lost.
Found something on the trail? Please post a description on our facebook page in hopes of connecting with the owner.
Yes, wheelchairs and power-driven mobility devices are permitted as per the ADA guidance provided here ADA Requirements – Wheelchairs, Mobility Aids, and Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices | ADA.gov
Electric (or “Pedal-assist”) bicycles are legal on the trail if the Electric Bike meets the provisions of Federal Electric Bike Law HR 727. Electric scooters, “Onewheels,” electric skateboards, powerwheels, Segways etc. are not allowed unless being used as a mobility assistance device as per the ADA guidance provided here ADA Requirements – Wheelchairs, Mobility Aids, and Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices | ADA.gov
Get more information about the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail by one of the following methods:
- Call or Text 864-331-9631
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
View & download a printable version of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail here.