The Anne Springs Close Greenway offers a variety of programs for equestrians of all levels of experience.

Recreation

Nestled amid beautiful lakes and hardwood forests, the Anne Springs Close Greenway is a natural preserve more than twice the size of Central Park, minutes south of Charlotte. Its 2,100 acresserve as a natural buffer from urban development and provide a wide open space for countless activities – from hiking, biking and horseback riding to picnics, kayaking and more.


The land has ties to the Catawba Indians and the Civil War and has been permanently preserved for public use.  The Greenway contains native plants and animals, historic buildings, a 40-mile network of trails, facilities for weddings and other special events. As a non-profit organization, it depends on memberships, program fees as well as private donations to support annual operations.  

Main entrances include Lake Haigler, Adventure Road, and the Dairy Barn, all of which provide additional information and trail maps. Whether it be through school trips, guided tours, individual visits or volunteer opportunities, be sure to explore the Greenway and take advantage of everything there is to offer year-round.

For general information, call 803.547.4575. For rain-out info and updates, call 803.547.4333 or check the alert banner on our homepage. 

For information about the transition of ownership of the Leroy Springs Recreation Complex to the Town of Fort Mill beginning on or around June 1, 2018, see full press release here