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Broad River Greenway
P.O. Box 1015
Mission Statement: Protecting, preserving and enhancing the Broad River Greenways natural and cultural resources for educational and recreational opportunities! Fish Fry - September 21st from 3 t
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Please contact Kim Duren at 704-434-2357 for more information.
ROAM : Article
While roaming the region's counties to bring you the inside scoop, I discovered the Broad River Greenway in Cleveland County. There I met Kimberly Duren, its executive director, along with full time Ranger Reed Jolly. On July 31, the Broad...
ROAM : Article
There I met Kimberly Duren, its executive director, along with full time Ranger Reed Jolly.
With the night birds chirping, the sounds of nature all around you and the full moon shining so bright and from so high above the gentle ripples of shimmering waters, this promises to again be something special that only happens once in a blue moon, Duren
Could there be a more unique event to share with your special someone or a more meaningful way to celebrate an engagement, honeymoon or anniversary?
Free and Easy Going
and Jolly were eager to share the brief history of the greenway and talk about current and future plans for the reserve.
What about swimming in the river, Duren
"While we don't encourage it, we don't prohibit it either," she
said the park is publicly owned and privately managed.
"We want to be sure to do our part to preserve this natural environment," she
For more information, contact Kim Duren at (704) 434-2357 or Ranger Reed Jolly at (704) 434-0040 or go to www.broadrivergreenway.com.
Fees and Visitor Information
For questions or for more information, please contact Kim Duren at
f. During non-profit sponsored activities approved by the Greenway board, admission will also be free. Individual organizations will need to contact Kim Duren, Executive Director for details.