Community gathers for ribbon cutting at former Cleveland Park Stables

The new site plans include creating a recreation green space with walking path, rain garden, and native plant installations.
Swamp Rabbit Trail Cleveland Park

Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park reopens

The Cleveland Park portion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail reopened this morning,…

Public weighs in on Cleveland Park Master Plan Project

The City of Greenville is asking for the public’s help creating the…

Outdoor fun! What to do around Greenville this month

Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to…
Hiking Trails

Where to hike in Greenville

As the warm weather begins to creep its way in, many of…

The ultimate motivation: Running for a Cause

If you’re looking for a good reason to get the family moving,…

Trolley ridership is down, Greenlink recommends changes

When Greenlink added two trolley routes to neighborhoods close to downtown, ridership was expected to go up. That’s not what happened.

What will the future hold for Cleveland Park? These conceptual plans could provide clues

What if the confluence of the Reedy River and Richland Creek became the heart of Cleveland Park, a place that has a naturally graded amphitheater, swings, and overlooks? What if Cleveland Park Drive was realigned and became the park’s main thoroughfare? What about a mountain bike skills course, river overlooks or a whimsical playground? Those are some of the ideas included in three concepts presented by local landscape architecture and urban design firm MKSK to members of the city’s Cleveland Park advisory committee.

Cleveland Park master plan alternate designs expected next month

Local landscape architecture and urban design firm MKSK is expected to have three different design alternatives for a master plan for Greenville’s venerable Cleveland Park next month.

Stretch of Swamp Rabbit Trail closed through late November

A section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail closed Monday and won’t reopen until Nov. 23, the City of Greenville announced Tuesday.

Dig Greenville: $46M sewer project completion will likely be delayed

Renewable Water Resources’ more than one-mile long underground sewer project has barely gotten started but officials are already saying its completion date will likely be pushed back.

Work has begun to integrate Cleveland Park Stables property into park

After neighborhood residents successfully fought a rezoning request that would have allowed construction of up to 40 high-end apartments on the Cleveland Park Stables property on Woodland Way six years ago, Greenville resident Jill Cox bought the property and donated it to the city as an extension of Cleveland Park. Work has begin to integrate that land into Cleveland Park.

With planned trail extension and sewer expansion looming, some say it’s time for a Laurens Road master plan

Two things about to happen in the Laurens Road corridor — an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cleveland Park to Verdae and the completion of a sewer line serving the former Department of Motor Vehicles site and the surrounding area — are expected to lead to explosive growth in that area of the city.

Why there’s an Army tank in Gower Park and why it may not be there for much longer

A U.S. Army tank has been stationed between the tennis courts and the basketball courts at Greenville’s Gower Park since the 1990s, but it may not be there for much longer.

A long and winding journey: The path to Greenville’s Cancer Survivors Park mirrors journey of cancer survivors

The creation of Cancer Survivors Park, Greenville’s newest and perhaps most unique park, in many ways mirrors the journey on which those it is meant to serve find themselves.