Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 15.7 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Greenville, South Carolina that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great trail, love the padded path.
Excellent trail. Sad to see so much trash and people on bikes getting on the rubberized walking path causing unnecessary damages, but you know... People.
Best place for a long run or bike ride near Downtown Greenville.
Great trail for a run.
This is a great trail a little tricky to navigate on Greenville side quite a few people on the trail but was not packed part of the trail is being worked on so there is a detour around it and it's along the road falls park was the best and most crowded awesome place.
Low intensity hike.
My husband and I recently purchased bikes to add a new twist to our workout schedule for some variety. We've ridden the trail once at this point. We began in TR and went about 6 miles toward Greenville. The ride is mostly downhill from TR which makes returning mostly uphill. I would suggest to new riders like us to begin in Greenville so you are fresh for the uphill challenge. Over all, this is a great, fun and challenging ride especially for beginners.
Didn't get to walk the whole trail but it was a decent little trail and the falls park bridge and water fall was cool.
We bike this trail often. It's not the most scenic trail, but it's coming along and Greenville in constantly working towards beautification projects, etc. (I wouldn't be on it after dark, not a safe place to be.)