Don’t forget to focus on your mental and physical well being this Spring and being outdoors helps both. This message is made possible by the Bond County Health Department.
NATURE PRESERVE: 1375 Iron Gate Trail
Horseback riding trails
Native grasses &
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
30 acre lake
18-hole disc golf course
Boat launch ramp
WILLIAM S. WAIT PARK: 1000 Vine Street
Home of the William “Bill” Davidson pool complex
BICENTENNIAL PARK: 319 South 4th Street
Tot lot completely fenced
Swings including an expression swing
JAYCEE PARK: 500 North Dewey St.
1 picnic shelter
2 baseball/softball fields
BREENHE PARK: CORNER OF EAST BOWMAN DR. & RIDGE AVE
BAUER PARK: 403 East Main
LAURA MOLLET PARK: Ivy & Vine Streets
SHANNON & KILLARNEY LOT: Corner of Shannon & Killarney
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 present.
Enter through the Turnstile.
Don’t forget Gardening. Another great outdoor activity is growing your own fruits and vegetables in a home made garden. The benefits of Gardening go well beyond a great looking lawn, beautiful flower and good food. The movement and time outside burn calories and help mental health. Many communities, including Bond County and Highland have local garden clubs ready to help anyone get moving and out in their yards or green spaces.