This is an unofficial Swamp Rabbit Trail map - see the official
Swamp Rabbit Trail Map here.
Data from OpenStreetMap is viewable in many forms. Here are a few other views of the Greenville area in those map styles:
Mapquest-open - A more conventional 'highway and road' view of the
OpenStreetMap data by Mapquest
Mapquest-open - Same style as above, but includes a routing and directions feature.
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; please be patient when loading.
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.
Photo Essay of downtown Greenville. Sorry, the Photo Essay map Requires Firefox version 3 or higher.
Shows dots over areas near downtown Greenville. Hover the mouse over these dots to obtain a photo, description, Wikipedia entry, or web site associated with that
Skobbler provides Smartphone apps for both the iPhone and Android for
turn-by-turn navigation, as well as other Smartphone mapping applications. The navigation app is sold as
the GPS Navigation 2 for the US. Since the map is a work in progress, some streets and addresses may not yet be present.
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.