We offer bike rental in downtown Greenville on-site at the Swamp Rabbit Inn’s Bike Shed for both our guests and to the public! Rent a bike in downtown Greenville from the Bike Shed at the Swamp Rabbit Inn and ride to the Swamp Rabbit Trail, 20+ miles of paved bike trail, just two blocks out our front door.
Our bicycle rental fleet includes 11 Specialized City Bikes with 7 speeds and 2 Jamis 3 speed cruiser bikes perfect for riding the Swamp Rabbit Trail or around downtown Greenville SC.
Our rates are:
4 hours @ $15
8 hours @ $25
Overnight @ $45
Please call for a reservation 864-517-4617 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A helmet and lock are provided with your bike rental. The Bike Shed is open 9-5 Friday – Monday from Memorial Day to Labor Day but please call ahead and reservations are highly recommended. We rent in the off season by appointment only.
Please review our bike rental agreement which will need to be signed at time of rental. Please arrive 5 minutes prior to your rental time at our Bike Shed in the parking lot of the Swamp Rabbit Inn located at 1 Logan Street, Greenville SC 29601. Call us at 864-517-4617 with any questions!
We also have great events each month at the Bike Shed at the Swamp Rabbit Inn like our Truck Inn Tuesdays the second Tuesday of the month for a local block party with live music and a Food Truck. Join us for some local fun!
“Travels With Darley” visited South Carolina this fall and stayed at the Swamp Rabbit Inn and biked the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Check out this whirlwind tour of some great local spots in South Carolina with “Travels With Darley” The “Southern States Road Trip” episode, which features Greenville, Travelers Rest, Anderson, and Belton, broadcasts on SCC on Saturday, January 30th at 5pm and on ETV on Friday, February 12th at 7pm.
South Carolina Travel Itinerary: Columbia, Greenville & The Upstate – Travels with Darley
Watch episode preview here!
We pride ourselves on being local. Yes, it’s a trending theme as we circle around from large scale business of a major metropolis to our growing city of Greenville. We’re locally owned with a GIRL BOSS and we support those around us who are like-minded. When you stay with us, at any of our 5 properties, we’ll leave you a list of all things to do and see that make Greenville what it is: small, beautiful, and fiercely independent.
Meet Swamp Rabbit Cafe. Located on the Swamp Rabbit Trail about 2 miles from the Inn, they put a stake in the ground as the placeholder for EVERYTHING locally grown, sourced and made within about 150 miles of Greenville. Why? Co-owners Jac and Mary explain: “By buying local, we know exactly where our food comes from and how it was grown, we can be certain that our produce is fresh and harvested at its peak, and we keep our dollars within our local economy”. And they not only source local grocery products, but they also have a commercial bakery which they source local flour and sell to other business in town for catering and events. They even deliver by bike!
This year, like year’s past, they’re offering the best for Thanksgiving. If you’ve never reserved a turkey or ham or bought one of the fresh made pies, well, you’re doing it wrong. From places like Lush Acres and Timberock Farms, you’ll receive the very best of the best that local Upstate SC farmers have to offer this holiday season. Nothing beats the flavor and taste of a locally raised, humanely managed, pastured produced bird, and Swamp Rabbit Cafe brings you to the source of great food. You can also pick up local and regional beer and wine, including organic varieties as well!
So if you’re like minded and love local business, swing by the Cafe, and congratulate them on their recent $100,000 USDA expansion grant. Pick up one of our ‘Cycling in Greenville’ books near the checkout counter and tell them you’re staying at the Swamp Rabbit Inn and that you shop small and support local.
Greenville is a cycling town, there’s no denying that. The integration of bike lanes into new road projects, pump tracks and new mountain bike trails being added to parks, and the ever-expanding Swamp Rabbit Trail has all lent a hand to the boom of bikes in this city.
The close proximity to the Swamp Rabbit Trail (SRT) from the Swamp Rabbit Inn has had many out-of-town guests clamoring for a bike to use while they’re staying. Our solution? The Bike Shed at Swamp Rabbit Inn: a small spot behind the Inn full of vintage treasures, local tees by the folks at Greenville Goods, cold and hot beverages, and bike rentals for locals and guests alike. For $15 a half day or $25 for the whole day, this includes a lock and a helmet (safety is sexy y’all). Our Bike Shed Manager, Lisa, is happy to give you pointers on where to go, or buy a Cycling Greenville Guidebook for your return travels.
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Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail is on the ballot on USA Today’s top #UrbanTrails in the US. Vote for the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail today. Let’s win this!!
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