Swamp Rabbit Trail To Reopen May 4

The City of Greenville will reopen a majority of the Swamp Rabbit Trail at noon on Monday, May 4. Mayor Knox White announced the news on a press briefing last Friday while discussing the reopening of the city of Greenville.

“The reopening of the Swamp Rabbit Trail is contingent on all trail users practicing appropriate social distancing and only using the trail as a thoroughfare, with no stopping, sitting, or congregating, ” the release said.

There will be a signed bypass to guide trail users around Falls Park and the Cancer Survivors Park portions of the trail. Cleveland Park Drive and Lakehurst Street will also be opened for pedestrian traffic.

Map of Swamp Rabbit Trail detour around Cancer Survivors Park and Falls Park (Source: City of Greenville)

Falls Park, Cleveland Park, and the Cancer Survivors Park will remain closed. Cleveland Park shelters, restrooms, playgrounds, and fitness equipment will also remain closed.

“The use of a face covering is recommended. Trail usage will be monitored and conditions will be assessed daily,” according to the release.

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