New Cottonwood Trail Maps Available from Spartanburg Convention & Visitors Bureau
SPACE is so excited to be partnering with Spartanburg Convention and Visitors Bureau and MoreView Media on new printed maps of the Cottonwood Trail. Currently the maps are available at the Local Hiker in downtown Spartanburg, the Spartanburg Visitor’s Center, and the SPACE office.
“More and more people visiting Spartanburg are looking for convenient places to spend some time outdoors,” notes SPACE Executive Director Andrew Waters. “Spartanburg Convention and Visitor’s Bureau has already created wonderful maps of Croft State Park, and when they approached us about doing the same thing for Cottonwood Trail, we were of course ecstatic! I want to send out a special thanks to SPACE’s good friends and supporters—Joe Mullinax at MoreView Media, who did a fantastic job with the design and production, and Chris Jennings at Spartanburg County Convention and Visitor’s Center, who has always gone out of his way to support SPACE.”
Waters notes that new trail counters installed on Cottonwood Trail indicate the Preserve is even more popular than SPACE estimated. “We’ve been estimating the Preserve receives around 30,000 to 35,000 visitors per year, but the new counters indicate that number is actually around 60,000.”
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