Greenway info now

Until I start getting my greenway information up (see yesterday’s post), you can find information on your local greenways at the following parks & rec sites.

Triangle

Apex: Apex Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources — 7.7 miles of greenway.

Cary: Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources — 34 miles

Chapel Hill: Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation — 7.5 miles

Durham: Durham Parks and Recreation — 24.7 miles

Fuquay-Varina: Fuquay-Varina Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Dept.

Morrisville: Morrisville Parks & Recreation — 1.8 miles

Raleigh: Raleigh Parks & Recreation — 63 miles

Smithfield: Smithfield Parks and Recreation — 2.5 miles

Wake Forest: Wake Forest Parks and Recreation — 4.1 miles

Charlotte

Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation — 33 miles
Triad

Greensboro: Greensboro Parks & Recreation — 20.2 miles

Winston-Salem: Winston-Salem Parks & Recreation — 17.2 miles

High Point: High Point Parks & Rec. — 9.8

Asheville

Asheville Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources

Photo: Smithfield’s 2.5-mile Buffalo Creek greenway opened in the fall.

5 thoughts on “Greenway info now”

  1. Joe,
    What a great project to be engaged in. I’m looking forward to the output.

    Perhaps “Rail-trails” could be the next project. They are of course in some ways similar to greenways. I’ve read about a planned rail-trail near Franklinville/Ramseur (just this side of Asheboro) which has a small segment open already, and possibly the biggest project under construction is the Tobacco Heritage Trail in nearby Southside Virginia.

    Keep up the excellent and enjoyable work.

    Foy Beal
    Raleigh

    1. Hi Foy,

      Rails-to-Trails will be part of the project (I think there are 9, currently, in North Carolina). My plan is to have the ATT up within a month, at least a basic map and information.

      Do you know who’s behind the Franklinville/Ramseur project?

      Thanks,
      Joe

      1. Joe,
        I stumbled upon the Deep River Rail Trail listing via ncrailtrails.org. It appears to be in the early stages of design and construction and will augment the Deep River Paddle Trail. Just a short section in Franklinville is open at present.

        Foy

  2. This is WONDERFUL! Thanks! Could I suggest having the links open in a new window so that we don’t lose your page when browsing the maps?

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