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Folks have been gathering at the river to try and find relief from the heat. These families enjoyed the cooling waters at Broad River Greenway recently.

The Broad River Greenway is owned in partnership with Cleveland County and the Town of Boiling Springs. Day to Day operations are managed by a seventeen member, all volunteer board which includes citizens from across the region including community leaders, retired teachers, Gardner-Webb professors, contractors, volunteer fire fighters, and business owners.

The Greenway has two staff members: a full-time park ranger and part-time executive director that manage the approximately 1500 acre property.

Funding consists of community donations, corporate partnerships, grants from Cleveland County and the Town of Boiling Springs, state and federal grant programs, and various foundations.

Greenway Hours are Dawn to Dusk

From Shelby (HWY 74 and Forest City): Take Highway 74 to Highway 150 (intersection with Shelby High School/McDonalds/Burger King and Walgreens) Take HWY 150 turning between Shelby High and McDonalds toward Boiling Springs. At the traffic light in Boiling Springs make a left toward Gardner-Webb University. The Greenway is 3.3 miles from the traffic light on the left. The Greenway entrance is BEFORE the Highway 150 Bridge over the Broad River.


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