Swamp Rabbit Station @ Berea

A unique pocket park located at the halfway point between Downtown Greenville and the City Of Travelers Rest on the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail. It is right off of Sulphur Springs Road and Pinsley Circle.  This park now has an information kiosk, a small seating area, water bottle refill and a turnaround for handicap bikes. Visitors can also see a vintage railcar with a locomotive and mural based on the history of the community of Berea.  This park has become a destination, stopover and resting place for many of the 500,000 trail users on this popular section of the trail.

Special Projects

Exciting New Children’s Book Released! Written & Illustrated by Berea Community Artists & Set In Greenville, SC.

Mystery on the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail

An interactive, delightful book

Readers follow Officer Jack Rabbit, Protector and Defender of the Trail, as he works diligently to find out who or what is causing trouble along the trail.  

Children and their parents begin their journey of discovery at the Swamp Rabbit Station @ Berea, located at Sulphur Springs Road and Pinsley Circle.

Actual markers highlighting characters in the story can be found along the Swamp Rabbit Trail. 

Download the book now!


Find copies at one of these local shops:

Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery

205 Cedar Lane RoadGreenville, S.C. 29611

Greenville Memorial Hospital/Gift Shop

701 Grove RoadGreenville, S.C. 29605

Reedy River Storage

305 McAlister RoadGreenville , S.C. 29607

Elephant’s Trunk

2222 Augusta Street #8Greenville, S.C. 29605

As The Page Turns

21 Plaza DriveTravelers Rest, S.C. 29690

Expressions Unlimited Inc.

921 Poinsett HighwayGreenville, S.C. 29609

Upcountry History Muesum

9540 Buncombe StGreenville, SC 29601

Berea Community Sign

Berea Station Events, Inc., proudly announces our next project – a gateway sign to be built on Sulphur Springs Road at the Swamp Rabbit Trail, an area that continues to see tremendous growth. The proposal for the design and construction of this project was presented to Greenville County and was approved.

The design will reflect the front entrance of the school that once stood on Farr’s Bridge Road with actual bricks and keystones from that school to be used in its construction. Please see the artist rendering. 

We invite you to become part of this project by helping us raise the required funds.  You may help in one of several ways. Direct contributions may be mailed to the address below and are tax deductible.  

Or, if you prefer, you may purchase a copy of one of our two publications, Berea - A Look Back, highlighting the history of our community, or The Mystery On The GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail, a delightful, interactive children's book. All proceeds from the sale of these books will be allocated for this sign project.