Anne Springs Close Greenway Launches Community Days

The Anne Springs Close Greenway, a beloved 2,100-acre outdoor oasis, is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Community Days program. Every first and third Wednesdays of the month, individuals aged 65 and up can enjoy free daily admission to the Greenway. On the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, the Greenway extends its gratitude to first responders, Fort Mill School District members, active military personnel and veterans by providing free daily admission. Participants are required to present corresponding identification.

The Community Days program is designed to make the Anne Springs Close Greenway accessible to a diverse range of individuals, fostering a sense of community and encouraging outdoor recreation. The program offers free daily admission on select days to these special groups. This initiative aligns with the organization’s commitment to providing fundamental access to outdoor recreation and education opportunities for everyone.

Anne Springs Close Greenway offers both monthly and annual memberships for regular visitors, providing an affordable and convenient way to access the Greenway’s expansive and scenic landscape, programs and events. For those who are new to the Greenway or just want to experience it on a one-time basis, daily admission rates are available ($14 per person, $7 per person for ages 5-12). Membership starts at $6.50 per month.

As a brand of Leroy Springs & Company, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1938, Anne Springs Close Greenway is dedicated to offering affordable outdoor recreation, education and wellness opportunities. Rooted in nonprofit recreation, Leroy Springs & Co. has a legacy lasting over 80 years and firmly believes in providing fundamental access to recreation and education for all. Financial assistance is available to ensure that the Greenway remains accessible to all community members.

About Anne Springs Close Greenway

Opened in 1995, the Anne Springs Close Greenway is a 2,100-acre natural preserve that offers hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking and more, while maintaining a natural habitat for wildlife. Its mission is to provide stewardship and protect the cultural, ecological and scenic features of the land, while also offering recreational and educational opportunities that promote the health and wellness of the community. Owned and operated by the nonprofit Leroy Springs & Co., Inc., the Greenway receives no tax money to build, maintain and operate trails and facilities. It is funded in part by the generous donations from individuals and corporations.