The North Augusta Greeneway is a 12-mile paved trail with a number of access points in the North Augusta area. A popular recreational choice for residents of North Augusta and across the River Region, the trail welcomes walkers, runners and cyclists. No motorized vehicles are allowed and pets must be on a leash. The trail is open from dawn to dusk year-around.
Greeneway Access Points:
- Riverside Blvd / across from The River Golf Club (P)
- Municipal Building at Center St (P)
- Boeckh Park at Hammond’s Ferry
- Hammond’s Ferry Soccer Complex (P) (R)
- Riverview Park Activities Center (P) (R)
- Cypress Dr / Hammond Hill
- E. Martintown Rd / The Rapids (P)
- Knotty Pine Rd / Knollwood
- Pisgah Rd (P)
- Bergen Rd (P)
P / parking available
R / restroom available
Bluebird House Trail:
- Between Hammond’s Ferry Soccer Complex and Medac parking deck / 4 boxes
- Between Medac parking deck and North Augusta Greeneway Park & Riverside Blvd / 3 boxes
- Between Medac parking deck and Billie’s Butterfly Garden / 3 boxes
- Along river extension in Hammond’s Ferry /Boeckh Park / 3 boxes
- Brick Pond Park trails / 5 boxes
- Between Cypress Drive and E. Martintown Rd / The Rapids / 5 boxes
The Barbara S. Greene Bluebird Trail on the North Augusta Greeneway was established in 2015, named in honor of the former First Lady of North Augusta and wife of former Mayor Tom Greene. Today, the trail includes 23 bluebird house boxes that provide a welcome home for bluebirds and other cavity nesting birds during the nesting season (March 1 – September 1). In 2019, volunteer monitors reported 40 new bluebirds hatched and flew off. Other cavity nesting birds had babies as well: 11 chickadees, 3 tufted titmice and 14 Carolina wrens.
For additional information about how you can sponsor a bluebird box or participate as a volunteer monitor or for helping finding a bluebird box, contact (803) 510-0011.