August 3rd 2021
The National Park Service (NPS) Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA) announced the selection of Spartanburg, SC to receive expert consultation from the NPS on Duncan Park Visioning Plan.
July 14th 2021
Spartanburg County Council agrees to assist PAL in applying for a federal grant to build new trails throughout the urban area.
April 13th 2021
To celebrate BCycle's 10th anniversary, PAL is sponsoring a Creative Basket Project.
April 1st 2021
Fretwell Partners plans to open up an outdoor gathering space along the popular trail that’ll include a stage for live music in front of a a grassy lawn.
January 26th 2021
This bill helps South Carolina keep up with the demand for public access to the outdoors, offers an inexpensive response to one of the stresses that COVID has placed on communities, improves quality of place and community health, drives economic development and even supports multi-modal transportation.
November 9th 2020
Jonathan Miles – also known as Leatherfoot and Redbeard – is currently walking the Continental Divide Trail in New Mexico. He’s been walking for a few weeks and weather events – no matter where he is – keep him on his toes.
November 5th 2020
The Spartanburg City Council unanimously approved a development agreement Monday that clears the way for construction of a new 320-unit apartment complex across from the former Drayton Mills site and helps a nonprofit flesh out its vision for a not-yet-completed trail network.
September 18th 2020
Efforts to extend the popular Mary Black Foundation Rail Trail .67 miles along Kennedy Street and Converse Street to downtown’s Barnet Park began in 2012. And while the city has acquired several slivers of land throughout the planned route, and has $1.2 million in funding ready to allocate, construction has yet to begin.