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G r e e r Community Master Plan 73 The diagram and images to the right illustrate the types of facilities that could be accommodated on the 20- acre site. While not a specific proposal the illustration shows a mix of facilities including a daycare center near 14th Street a youth soccer field two full size football fields and a community center. The community center approximately 23 the size of the Greenville County Eastside Family YMCA is large enough to accommodate a gymnasium or natatorium. This type of facility whether owned by the city YMCA Boys and Girls Club or a similar organizationwould likely offer the greatest impact to the surrounding neighborhoods as well as the community as a whole. Trail Loop The illustration also shows a potential multi-use trail loop to link the parks. The trail could border South Line Street Victor Avenue through the park and potentially 23rd or 24th Street. In addition to providing a community amenity it would connect to Trade Street and Greer Station to increase access between the downtown core and neighborhoods to the south and east. Victor Mill Goals Create a community destination and focal point near Greer Station Anchor and stabilize surrounding neighborhoods Link green spaces together into a larger scale community park rather than three having disparate park spaces Strategies Partner with or develop a community center Provide outdoor recreation facilities Link the parks and Greer Station through a multi-use trail