Greenway Mountain Biking Trails
Greenway bike trails are mostly beginner-friendly in nature and are suited for both new and experienced mountain bikers. Mountain bike loops are marked by a specific color. Trail markers are placed every 1/4 mile throughout trails and provide reference points which correspond to the trail map.
Access mountain biking trails from the Adventure Road Entrance (104 Adventure Road) and the Complex Trailhead (971 Tom Hall Street).
- Helmets are required
- Mountain bikes are recommended.
- No motorized bike or ebikes are allowed.
- Some trail loops are one direction: please look for brown signs with directional arrows, and be aware of hikers and runners on the trail.
- Be aware of oncoming cyclists on two-way traffic trails, and stay in control of your bike at all times.
- There are NO paved trails for biking. Only balance bikes are allowed on the paved loop at the Dairy Barn entrance.
- Bike wash stations and a hydration station are available adjacent to the Adventure Road Entrance parking lot.
The Anne Springs Close Greenway offers mountain biking instruction through PMBIA certified instructors, including Level 1 and Level 2 Clinics throughout the season, plus summer camps and other special programs. The mountain bike season typically begins in March and continues through fall.
Greenway Bike Clinics
Cost: $50 members, $55 non-members.
Group size is limited to 5 participants. You need your own bike, helmet and water. A small snack will be provided. For questions, please contact instructor at email@example.com.
This 4-hour course led by a certified MTB instructor utilizes the proven skill-based instruction by PMBIA. All levels of riders benefit from learning and mastering essential skills. Initial instruction takes place on grassy fields and gravel roads, so even very new beginners will be comfortable. Even frequent riders often discover a missing basic skill is hampering their progress in handling more difficult terrain. The program covers body positioning, braking, gearing, and progresses to skills for navigating narrow trails and managing obstacles. Additional skills covered may include climbing and descending, cornering and wheel lifts. Very small group size allows for individual attention and mastery of skills. This course will give you plenty of preparation for riding the Greenway as well as other local trails.
If you've been riding mountain bikes for more than 5 months or have completed the Level 1 program, you are ready to increase your skills (and speed!) This program will build on the essential skills and help you solve challenges. Additional focus on obstacles and cornering will improve your enjoyment of mountain biking!
Join our Facebook page and see our scheduled programs!
Weekly ride options vary by season and availability. Please check our Facebook group for regular ride opportunities and any last minute changes to the schedule.
Children under 15 years must have parent/adult ride with them.
Free for Greenway members, non-member day use fees: $6 per person, $4 youth (ages 5-12).
Trails may be closed after significant rain. For trail status visit call Trail Hotline at 803.547.1019.
Cyclists use trails at their own risk. Anne Springs Close Greenway accepts no responsibility for damage to, loss or theft of bikes or biking equipment.
When using the trail system at the Anne Springs Close Greenway, please be mindful of the following:
- In case of emergency, dial 911.
- Enjoy and respect the property and its resources.
- Greenway memberships are available for individuals and families. All visitors pay a $5 daily admission fee.
- All Federal, State and Local laws are enforced within the Greenway.
- Obey all directions given by Rangers and Staff or posted on signs.
- Trails open daily at 7:00 a.m. and close at sunset.
- All equestrians must access the Greenway from the Lake Haigler Entrance located off of Highway 21 Bypass. Please use designated horse trailer parking. Equestrians must use designated horse trails only.
- Trails may be closed following rain or other inclement weather. Please call 803.547.1019 for updated trail information.
- Hikers may use all trails.
- Cyclists yield to hikers; hikers yield to equestrians.
- If you pack it in, pack it out. Trash and recycle containers are located at major trailheads. Glass containers are not allowed.
- Dogs must be leashed and waste must be picked up and removed.
- Please do not harm wildlife or the Greenway landscape. This applies to members, visitors and their animals.
- Please do not scratch, injure or deface trees; pick flowers, cut branches, remove plants or dig into Greenway soil.
- Amplified sound devices are not allowed without a permit.
- All motorized vehicles are prohibited on the trail system.
- Hunting and possession of firearms is prohibited.
- Open fires are prohibited.
- Swimming is prohibited in lakes and streams.
- Fishing is restricted to members only; South Carolina DNR fishing license is required.
- Outside alcohol is prohibited.
- Failure to comply with these rules may result in a summons or arrest
Due to wet condtions Horse, Bike and Dog Park trails are closed. Hike trails are open.
TRAIL ALERT: Blue Star and Muscadine trails at the train trestle will be closed until further notice as rehabilitation work continues in the area.
Greenway Trail Guide
Yellow is used for hiking trails
Purple is used for horseback riding and hiking
Red and Green is used for mountain biking and hiking.
Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash at all times. No motorized equipment of any kind is allowed on any trails.