The vast majority of land throughout Phases 1 and 2 has been protected through conservation easements by the Katawba Valley Land Trust

GREEN: The route of Phase 1's hard-surface trail (both asphalt and boardwalk) is in Green. This route will be approximately 2 miles in length and will have a variety of access points throughout the City of Lancaster.

DARK BROWN: This critical quarter-mile section of the trail is a separate project of the Lindsay Pettus Greenway that is managed by SCDOT.  It will include a sidewalk along Woodland Drive and an expansion to the Roddey Drive footbridge.

TAN: Both Phase 1 and Phase 2's routes will include natural paths. While natural paths cost less, they require additional maintenance due to varying weather conditions. On the other hand, hard-surface trails are more accessible for the general public, require less maintenance and can withstand frequent use, they are also more expensive.

BLUE:  The proposed plans for Phase 2 of the Greenway is in Blue. As envisioned, Phase 2 will continue west of Gillsbrook Road towards MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center and will fork near Plantation Road.  The southern path will connect at West Meeting Street across from the Springdale Recreation Center's soccer fields and disc golf course. The northern path will continue past Plantation Road, wind along Cane Creek, and will end at Somerset Drive.

VIDEO ABOVE: Drone footage of Phase 1 of the Lindsay Pettus Greenway in Lancaster, South Carolina. Filmed in March 2018, prior to trail construction.