Do you enjoy physical activity and being outdoors? Then join us for a bike ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Are you a sports fan? Then don’t miss this opportunity for a private tour of the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library.
Would you enjoy a laid-back afternoon with a twist? Then come sip sample libations at a private whiskey tasting.
Is a good book more your style? Then sign-up for a Bookworm’s Delight.
Bike the Swamp Rabbit Trail with Cyclist/Author Wendy Lyman.
The Greenville Health System's Swamp Rabbit Trail is a 21-mile multi-use greenway system that runs along the Reedy River, connecting restaurants and businesses in Greater Greenville County through healthy transportation. Join local cyclist, innkeeper and author Wendy Lyman for a brief introduction to her book, Cycling Greenville. Then grab a bottle of water, jump on a bike and hit the trail for an easy-paced ride to The Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery for a house-made healthy snack from this sustainable food hub before our return to downtown Greenville. Approximate ride is five miles roundtrip.
Price*: $60 adults, **$45 children
Time: To Be Determined
Location: Meet at M. Judson Booksellers & Storytellers, located at 130 S. Main Street, Greenville SC. You can walk to the starting point or take the Downtown Trolley or Main Street Shuttle). Rain Date is Saturday, May 5, same location and time.
**Price for children doesn't not include the book.
This is a family friendly activity.
Running the Bases with Shoeless Joe Jackson
Widely recognized as one of the greatest ball players to ever take the field, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, a Greenville native, had a lifetime average of .365, the third highest in baseball history. Be part of this private tour of the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library and learn the story behind one of the greatest scandals in baseball history, the 1919 World Series.
Time: 2:30-3:30 pm
365 Field Street, Greenville SC
Across from Fluor Field, Historic West End, Greenville SC
Drive here or take the Downtown Trolley.
This is a family friendly activity.
Dark Corner Distillery is a craft micro distillery located in Greenville that focuses on producing small batches of The World's Best Moonshine, aged whiskey, gin, absinthe, and other distilled spirits. They also like to educate locals and tourists about their rich Appalachian heritage. Their distillation system was designed by the founder of the distillery to favor quality and taste.
This private tasting includes:
Time: 3:00-3:30 pm
Location: Dark Corner Distillery
14 S. Main Street, Greenville SC
Must be at least 21 years of age to participate.
RAIN DATE for Bike the Swamp Rabbit Trail with Cyclist/Author Wendy Lyman
A Bookworm’s Delight – More information to come
NOTE: "Activities to Try on Your Own" cost based on 2018 website pricing.
We will not hold an organized golf tournament at the 2019 Rolling on the River District Conference. However, below are a list of local golf course addresses and contact information if you would like to book a tee time and arrangements.
The Furman University Golf Club has been voted #1 Public Golf Course in Greenville, and the entire Upstate by the South Carolina Golf Ratings Panel.
400 N Hwy 25 Bypass, Greenville, SC
Phone: (864) 294-2690
Just minutes from Downtown Greenville. See reviews and more info here.
61 Villa Road, Greenville SC
Phone: (864) 233-6336
This course is situated on over 100 acres of green space in the heart of mid-town Greenville. Learn more here.
650 Verdae Boulevard, Greenville SC
Phone: (864) 676-1500
Pebble Creek Golf Club features 36 championship golf holes set over 500 acres of ponds, natural dogwoods, and mountain-fed creeks in Upstate South Carolina.
101 Pebble Creek Drive, Taylors SC
Phone: (864) 244-8937
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