Let’s Keep Moving This Winter Bond County

Winter has it’s challenges for staying healthy, but with the New Year there are way to stay active and healthy in any weather.  This message is made possible by the Bond County Health Department.

Local Parks:

NATURE PRESERVE: 1375 Iron Gate Trail

Hiking trails
Horseback riding trails
Native grasses &
Vegetation
2 access points of entry from iron gate trail
Foot access to governor bond lake

PATRIOTS PARK: Intersection of Rt. 140 & 127

4 picnic shelters
Patriots park meeting room
Playground
30 acre lake
18-hole disc golf course
Hiking trails
Boat launch ramp
Archery range

BICENTENNIAL PARK: 319 South 4th Street


Tot lot completely fenced
Swings including an expression swing
Informational panels
Greenville bicentennial
Lincoln/Douglas visit

JAYCEE PARK: 500 North Dewey St.


1 picnic shelter
Large playground
2 baseball/softball fields
Restrooms

BREENHE PARK: CORNER OF EAST BOWMAN DR. & RIDGE AVE
Picnic Table
Playground

BAUER PARK: 403 East Main
Green Space
Picnic Table

LAURA MOLLET PARK: Ivy & Vine Streets
Green Space

SHANNON & KILLARNEY LOT: Corner of Shannon & Killarney
Green Space

Another great way to enjoy the outdoors is the Track at Greenville High School, it’s open to the public from dusk till dawn, as long as students are not present.
Enter through the Turnstile.

Courtesy of Walker Photography

 

The Winter has it’s challenges to staying active and the season can cause anxiety and sometimes depression.  So it’s more important than ever to find ways to stay physically active and mentally well.  Get outside and get motivated to take care of your physical and mental health.  Thank you to the Bond County Health Department for making this message possible.