Country Club Park Trails
Status: In Progress
UGATA’s Upstate Trail Corps is partnering with the City of Greer’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism to build a ~1 mile nature trail inside Country Club Road Park.
Dismal Park Trail Rebuild
UGATA’s Upstate Trail Corps partnered with South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism to rebuild a deteriorated portion of this scenic trail in Caesar’s Head State Park.
David Jackson Park Nature Trail
Status: Grand Opening December 16th!
UGATA is partnering with Greenville Rec to bring a new trail to David Jackson Park!
Sulphur Springs/Swamp Rabbit Trail Green Paint
With the generous help of Carli’s Legacy, UGATA added green paint to the existing Sulphur Springs crosswalk
Upstate AmeriCorps Trail Crew
UGATA hosts an AmeriCorps team to build and maintain natural surface trails across the Upstate.
Lakeside Park Trailhead
The Lakeside Trail Network has a brand new Trailhead to welcome you to the trails and let you know how we built them.
Interactive Greenways Map
UGATA created a comprehensive, interactive map of all the high quality trails and greenways in the Upstate and show the areas where our network can be improved and expanded. Please take a look, and if you have any suggestions or edits please reach out to Sam.
TRHS to YMCA Connector Greenway
Status: In Progress
UGATA is working to build a 2.1 mile greenway connector from TR High School to the George I. Theisen Family YMCA
Removal of bollards from Swamp Rabbit Trail in City of Greenville
Status: In progress
UGATA assisted our partner the City of Greenville in bringing the Swamp Rabbit Trail in the city limits into compliance with best practices under the Federal Highway Administration.
Orange Line of the Swamp Rabbit Trail
Status: 1 mile completed Dec 2019
Our founding project, the one that birthed UGATA!
Main St/Stone Ave Green Paint
UGATA has improved this intersection by adding green paint!
Lakeside Park Trails
The Lakeside Park trail project is a huge win for the Upstate, especially for the underserved neighborhood where it is located.
Troop 19 Trail
There is an exciting network of soft-surface trails next to the Greenville Zoo in Cleveland Park. But by 2018, the trails had become unusable due to overgrown vegetation and many fallen trees.