This is an unofficial Swamp Rabbit Trail map - see the official
Swamp Rabbit Trail Map here.
Open Cycle map -
A map that emphasizes the bike-friendly roads which have bike lanes and named bike routes in blue highlights. Other items such as
bicycle parking, bicycle shops, etc are also highlighted. This is a popular map with cyclists.
Hiking Map -
A view of the named hiking trails in the Greenville area.
Hike / Bike map -
A map emphasizing features of interest to hikers and bikers with contours. Choose the layers with the tool in the upper right corner of the HikeBike map.
Photo Essay of downtown Greenville. Shows markers over random points seen in Greenville in
2009-2010. Click on markers for more information. Some have photos. This is really random, and more of a curiosity than anything useful.
Interactive map of bus Routes run
by Greenlink. Zoom in to see more detail, some are out of date.
OSMAnd is a Smartphone app that provides useful navigation features
Works totally offline (no roaming charges when you are abroad) but also has a (fast) online option
Turn-by-turn voice guidance (recorded and synthesized voices)
Announce traffic warnings like stop signs, pedestrian crosswalks, or when you are exceeding the speed limit.
Optional lane guidance, street name display, and estimated time of arrival
Supports intermediate points on your itinerary
Automatic re-routing whenever you deviate from the route
Search for places by address, by type (e.g.: restaurant, hotel, gas station, museum), or by geographical coordinates
provides Smartphone apps for maps and turn-by-turn navigation, while respecting privacy.
Automated printable maps are difficult to make because a general purpose printed map will not precisely match the
intended use. But here is a map of downtown Greenville.
Old technology, so it's appropriate that it's from 2012, way out of date!.