Developed and maintained by The City Parks and Recreation Department, the Reedy River Corridor Trail is a continuous paved trail along the banks of the Reedy River. The trail affords vistas of gardens, waterfalls, historical sites and open areas.For your hike along the trail, you may begin at any one of the following parks: Cleveland Park, Falls Park on the Reedy, or Linky Stone Park. The Cleveland Park trail has approximately 2.5 miles of paved path meandering through the park and connects to Falls Park on the Reedy.
ramona graham fitness trail
Located within Cleveland Park, this 16-station fitness trail is linked by a paved hiking path. Click here to see a map of the course.
bicycle tours through the city
Several bicycle tours are available along Greenville city streets, including a tour of the Historic Downtown and the Dogwood Trail, which follows Cleveland Park along the Reedy River. Click here to download maps and directions.
fernwood nature trail
This trail wanders about one mile through a mature hardwood portion of Cleveland Park. Great for the birdwatcher, trekker or casual ambler, the trail’s objective is to encourage education and enjoyment in this previously little-used section of the park.
mountain bike trail
Timmons Park Mountain Bike Trail covers approximately 2 miles along the banks of a small creek. The trail winds through the 27 acre park and can accommodate the beginner rider, as well as, challenge the more advanced rider. Riders are required to wear helmets. Ride safely!
gower park trail
The public has access to a one-mile paved walking trail in Gower Park.
city of greenville trail system
The City of Greenville is nearing completion of a 1-mile Rail-to-Trail Multi-Use Pathway addition along the Reedy River. This new trail connects several existing City landmarks such as Downtown Greenville, Falls Park, The West End, Cleveland Park, and RiverPlace. Eventually, this trail will link a planned Greenville County Trail System from Travelers Rest through Furman University to the downtown Greenville trails. Click here for details.
Learn more about the City’s annual Bike 2 Work Day.