The Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 22-mile multi-use path that runs along the scenic Reedy River, connecting Cleveland Park, Falls Park and downtown Greenville to Furman University, Travelers Rest and beyond — with more miles and connections on the way.  The trail is a favorite spot to run, ride bikes, walk dogs, rollerblade and more. Find an interactive map at here.

Don’t have a bike? Rent one at Carolina Triathlon, located right on the trail at The Commons, or at Sunrift Adventures, on the trail in Travelers Rest. Reedy Rides also rents bikes and will take you on a tour, too.

Major food and brew stops along the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail include Main Street Travelers Rest, Hampton Station, The Commons and Swamp Rabbit Café & Grocery.

MAIN STREET TRAVELERS REST INCLUDES:

HAMPTON STATION INCLUDES:

THE COMMONS INCLUDES:

SWAMP RABBIT CAFÉ & GROCERY

This farm fresh stop offers coffees, smoothies, sweet treats and a scrumptious café menu that’s scratch-made with locally sourced ingredients. There’s wood-fired pizza, too, topped with from-the-farm veggies and regional cheeses.

FAST FACT:

Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail is the No. 1 Best Urban Bike Path in America per Fodor’s Travel; the No. 3 Best Urban Trail per USA Today; and the No. 3 Most Scenic Bike Trail Across America per the New York Post.

 

 

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