GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail

Travelers Rest, SC

National Parks
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Address: Travelers Rest, SC 29690, USA How do we get there? Number: 864 288 6470
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About this activity

The GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail is a great way to get out and see the great outdoors, and see what nature has to offer in South Carolina! Active families - get ready!

The GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 21 mile multi use accessible trail suitable for hiking, biking and jogging, and just spending time withe family!

Having been created over 125 years ago, the runs alongside the Reedy River and links the Travellers' Rest to Greenville with exits available near local schools and other landmarks.

Bicycle hire is available at either end through independent operators, so why not try and see more in your day!

The address given is near one end of the trail but it can be joined from multiple points so just plan your journey thoroughly and independently.

There are plenty of maps available of the entire trail, which list all the access points, parking spots, restrooms, and even secondary trails, so you can really plan well, and make the most of your day!

The average family spends about 90 minutes on the trail, so you can always either make a full day of it and really go for gold, or take a picnic, and just ease your way along taking in the sites. 

For those active kids it's such a fun way to get out there, see the sights, explore nature, try and spot some wildlife, and just get that fresh air!

There's nothing like a family day out where the kids head home exhausted, so make the most of the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail! Let's hop to it!

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How much does it cost?



Free so far as we know!



Same as adult


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GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail FAQ’s

There are places around the access points where you can grab food - make sure you don't go on an empty stomach!

Check out the many bike rental centers along the trail and see it in a new way!

Make sure you take plenty of water, and healthy snacks for energy. Lots of water!

Motorized wheelchairs are permitted on the trail, but you need to have your state disability certificate on you

If you can't reach the trail by bike, there are a number of parking areas that you can use. The list is on the website.

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