New Green Crescent Trail Kiosks in Clemson

Before the end of 2018, six informational kiosks will be installed at strategic locations along the future Green Crescent Trails system in Clemson.  These kiosks will provide maps, photos, and other information to inform walkers and bikers…

What is the Green Crescent Trail?

What is the Green Crescent Trail? Will it be similar to the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville County, SC or the Doodle Trail between Easley and Pickens, SC? In short, the Green Crescent Trail is a all about its connections (#GoConnect). It's…

Abernathy Boardwalk Build

The Friends of the Green Crescent Trail are proud to support the City of Clemson's volunteer effort to restore the boardwalks of the Larry W. Abernathy Waterfront Park March 19-24. For more information, contact Lindsey Newton at (864) 653-2030…

Upstate Business Journal: Green Crescent Trail to connect community and nature around Clemson

Recent article by the Upstate Business Journal about the Green Crescent Trail in Clemson, Central, and Pendleton.

Clemson City Council officially endorses the Green Crescent Trail, passes resolution of support

On November 7, 2016 the Clemson City Council officially endorsed the Green Crescent Trail by passing a resolution of support. You can see a copy of the resolution HERE.

Town of Central Passes Resolution of Support for Green Crescent Trail

On August 8, 2016 the Town of Central endorsed the Green Crescent Trail by passing a resolution of support. You can see a copy of the resolution HERE.

Green Crescent Trail Mentioned in United States of Healthy Report

The Green Crescent Trail was mentioned in the United States of Healthy report by Cooking Light Magazine. "The Friends of the Green Crescent ... is making far-sighted efforts to connect the city's recreational areas and make sure these public…
Green Crescent Trail Feasibility Study

Public Meeting Slides and Maps Available - Green Crescent Trail Feasibility Study

A public meeting was held on May 26th, 2016 to share final Green Crescent Trail recommendations from the feasibility study conducted by Alta Planning + Design. A PDF file of the slides from each of the public meetings can be found below.…