Comporium Communications Trail Access
459 Colonial Drive

- Free public parking at the Lancaster High School football visitor lot
- Access to boardwalk, asphalt, and natural path segments of the Greenway
- Public restroom facilities
- Trail kiosk with map and park rules
- Benches, trash cans, doggie waste stations
- The Environmental Education Area: 11 environmental interpretive panels, constructed wetlands & pier overlooks, pollinator gardens, and a 0.3 mile natural path loop with overlooks of Gills Creek.

Founders Federal Credit Union Trail Access
610 E. Meeting Street

- Public parking behind Barr Street Learning Center
- Access to the trail, including a beautiful tree canopy
- Public restrooms
- Covered bike rack
- Trail kiosk with map and park rules
- Benches, trash cans, doggie waste stations
- A family-friendly rest area, which includes: a Little Free Library, Paws on Parade arts sculpture, and a Track Trails nature brochure kiosk.


Accessible for All Abilities

The Greenway was intentionally designed as a hard-surface trail to ensure that people of all mobility levels can smoothly access the trail. By doing so, everyone can connect to places of interest and engage with nature. The Greenway's hard-surface route has a combination of asphalt, concrete, and boardwalk.

Photo credit: Mandy Catoe

Art on the Greenway

Permanent art installations are unfolding through a beautiful partnership with the Lancaster County Council of the Arts. All art will point visitors towards our mutual mission of highlighting the beauty of our natural resources here in our local region.  Find the most recent public art installations at the Woodland Drive tunnel underpass, commissioned by the LCCA and created by muralist Amiri Farris.

Neighborhood & Downtown Access Points

These access points are designed to connect neighbors to local businesses, schools, and downtown.  They do not feature public parking.

  • Survey Street
  • Almetta Street
  • Clinton Avenue
  • Independence Park
  • Colonial & Roddey Drive


The first two miles of the Lindsay Pettus Greenway connects people to places, including: downtown Lancaster, four nearby schools (North Elementary, Clinton Elementary, Lancaster High, and Barr Street Learning Center), as well as many local businesses and neighborhoods.

Future phases of the Greenway will connect to MUSC Health Lancaster Medical Center, Springdale Recreation Center, and the Lancaster County Health Department.

Historical Land Acknowledgement

South Carolina was home to over 25 Indigenous communities. In our area and along the Lindsay Pettus Greenway, we are on the traditional lands of the Catawbas. Today, the Catawba Nation is the only federally recognized tribe in South Carolina.  Learn more by visiting the Native American Studies Center in downtown Lancaster.  It's less than a one-mile walk from the Greenway.

  • GREEN: The existing Lindsay Pettus Greenway, stretching from Barr Street to Gillsbrook Drive.
  • BROWN: Lancaster High School's cross country trail near the LHS Visitor Lot.
  • RED: Next priority projects
  • BLUE: Planned future trail segments

Donate securely online now!

We're a 100% volunteer-led organization with unprecedented private/public collaboration. We focus our fundraising efforts to expand and enhance the Greenway. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed.  Donate securely online through PayPal or mail checks to: Lindsay Pettus Greenway, PO Box 1776, Lancaster SC 29721.