Swamp Rabbit Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Greenville, South Carolina. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 829 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 274 feet. Along the trail there are benches.
Swamp Rabbit Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"This paved path begins in one of Greenville’s most scenic parks. For starters, the park is home to Reedy River Falls.
The waterfall and river are a fabulous focal point, and the town’s spectacular Liberty Bridge crosses right over the top of the falls. But these are just perks to the hike. This stretch of the Swamp Rabbit Trail leads you through several local parks, while following the Reedy River over the length of the hike."
--Melissa Watson, Best Dog Hikes South Carolina (Falcon Guides).
"This urban oasis is downtown Greenville’s crowning jewel. Bicyclists, hikers, families, and joggers all enjoy the 18-mile-plus multiuse trail system that turned an abandoned rail line into a greenway. The GHS (Greenville Hospital System) Swamp Rabbit Trail encompasses Cleveland Park, a 126-acre urban park, and Falls Park, a 40-acre downtown park situated on the site of an old sawmill and in the heart of downtown Greenville’s West end District. The Swamp Rabbit connects nearby Travelers Rest with downtown Greenville and offers views of the Reedy River and Reedy River Falls."
--Sherry Jackson, Five-Star Trails: South Carolina Upstate (Menasha Ridge Press).
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