The Greenville Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department currently maintains approximately 8 miles of paved multi-use recreational trails. The largest sections of paved trail can be found along Highway 76, Parkview Drive and Lily of the Valley Drive, while smaller sections can be found within several subdivisions. Most of this trail system is three season use but some portions are even maintained during the winter months for year round use. The department also maintains several gravel, grass and nature trails throughout our parks. You can find these type of trails at the Lions Park, Pebble Ridge Park, and around several of the stormwater ponds throughout Town.
Our many trails provide recreational opportunities that can be enjoyed throughout the year. Explore the interactive maps below to find a trail that suits your needs!
Greenville’s Interactive Tails and Amenities Map: https://bit.ly/2WCzSyi
Fox Cities Trail Map: https://bit.ly/2WVtC8c
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