Enjoy two miles of nature in the heart of Lancaster County.

Parking can be found at 459 Colonial Drive (Lancaster High School Football Visitor Lot) or at 610 E. Meeting Street (Barr Street Learning Center).

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8:00am: Katawba Valley Land Trust Bird Count @ Colonial Drive Trail Access
9:00 am: Lancaster Runs! @ Colonial Drive Trail Access
9:30 am: Keep Lancaster Beautiful Litter Pickup @ Barr Street Trail Access
10:00 am - 2:00pm: Youth Art Month Exhibit @ Woodland Drive Underpass
11:00 am: "Be The Art" Interactive Exhibit @ Barr Street Trail Access
12 Noon: Mural Unveiling @ Woodland Drive Underpass
1:00 - 3:00 pm: Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation Rain Barrel Workshop @ Colonial Drive Trail Access
1:00-3:00pm: Kids Nature Crafts @ Pier Overlook near Colonial Drive Trail Access

Upcoming Events on the Greenway


Join Lancaster County Parks & Recreation in creating fun arts and crafts using materials found in nature.

2nd Saturdays
10 - 11 am
Nature Pavilion


After your Greenway visit, enjoy lunch or a treat from one of our local food truck vendor friends!

Various weekends
11 am - 3 pm
LHS Visitor Lot


Get your running shoes on and start moving! Meet your neighbors for a group run on the Greenway.

Saturday mornings
9 am
Nature Pavilion

Become a Greenway Steward

Help create a welcoming, beautiful, safe, and accessible Greenway for everyone. Participate in this free, 15-minute ONLINE  Stewardship training. You'll learn more about:

  • Mr. Lindsay Pettus and his conservation vision,
  • Trail system FAQs,
  • Good stewardship practices, and
  • How to respond to concerns while on the Greenway.

Click here to access the Stewardship training!

The Community Benefits of Greenways

521 BBQ and bike


Greenways promote outdoor tourism, create the kind of quality of life that encourages business investment, and puts money into the local economy.

Dr. Easterwood & Dr. Banish


Greenways support an active lifestyle that improves the health of the community. Physical activity helps prevent heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, and depression.


Greenways connect people to neighborhoods, schools, local businesses, and other places of interest. Trails encourage conviviality and creates space for common ground.



Greenways can help improve air and water quality by providing options for non-motorized transportation that reduce air pollution, while also helping manage soil erosion caused by runoff.


City of Lancaster
Lancaster County
Founders Federal Credit Union
Duke Energy
Arras Foundation
Builders Supply
Carolina Thread Trail
Katawba Valley Land Trust
Springs Close Foundation
Mt. Zion AME Church
Lancaster County School District
Perception Builders
Mobley Drugs
J & S Concrete
First Palmetto
Wells Fargo Foundation
The Craft Stand
Walmart Foundation
Lancaster Breakfast Rotary
Lancaster Breakfast Rotary
Lancaster Funeral Home
Blackmon Insurance
Tri-City, Inc.
Miles Insurance Agency


Funderburk Electric
Funderburk Electric

Donate now!

We're a 100% volunteer-led organization with unprecedented private/public collaboration. Every dollar that we raise help to plan, build, and promote the Greenway.  Donations are tax-deductible as allowed.  Donate online or mail checks to: Lindsay Pettus Greenway, PO Box 1776, Lancaster SC, 29721.