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Oklawaha Greenway

Connects Three Parks

January, 2018 by katherinenkyle

I like riding my bike here because it's convenient and connects three parks. Portions of the trail follow a creek. It is about a half mile or less from Main Street, restaurants and breweries.

Oklawaha Greenway

Oklawaha Greenway - Hendersonville, NC

January, 2018 by dock_tl

This is a great greenway in Hendersonville, NC that connects Jackson Park to Patton Park and on to Berkeley Park. Great for a run or a bike ride with kids, you can really get the feel of being out in nature while still in a small city. Possible plans to extend the trail north to Fletcher and perhaps Sierra Nevada and south perhaps as far as the Flat Rock Park and even Carl Sandburg NHS make this potentially a real draw for visitors to the area as well as locals. A word of warning, sections of the trail near Jackson Park and another section South of Patton Park tend to flood after heavy rains. City maintenance does a great job of getting things back in shape quickly.

Oklawaha Greenway

Okawaha Greenway

January, 2018 by halesuzanne

The trail is beautiful, flat and less than 5 minutes from Downtown Hendersonville. With five parking areas along the trail, it is easily accessible. Its new Born Learning Trail, which begins at the Berkley Park end of the trail, is a great place to take kids. The parking lots on 7th Avenue and North Main are probably the most convenient for those with disabilities.

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Oklawaha Greenway

We enjoy our amble & ramble along the Greenway

January, 2018 by dailyjae

Our local club hosts a walking event along the Oklawaha Greenway three times a week. Our "Amble & Ramble" provides much needed exercise and social interaction along beautiful and well maintained trails.

Oklawaha Greenway

Excellent greenway near downtown Hendersonville

January, 2018 by gray3

This is a wonderful Greenway just a short walk from Main Street Hendersonville connecting some great parks along a creek. Lots of potential for expansion and connection with other paths in the future.

South Fork New River Greenway

Short, But Nice - and Connects to a Longer trail

November, 2017 by kwangler_tl

This is a nice short, flat trail. Nice indoor permanent facilities (closed in winter). There is a link at the end of this trail to go up into the hills- really nice but steep start to it. You can veer off to the left and loop back to the main road (not highly traveled and fine for running) or keep going up to the top for great views of Boone - but be warned - it is a trek to get up there. The main, flat trail is great for biking or running - the hill trails I don't think would work for biking - at least not for the average biker.

This trail continues under Rt 421 on to a country road - if you follow that, it connects about a mile down to the Boone Greenway trails. All in all it is 4 miles - 8m round trip and makes for a nice, scenic long run.

Torrence Creek Greenway

Nice ride!

November, 2017 by tgoheen91

Great Saturday ride! Path is shady and wide.. saw lots of dogs 🐾

Emerald Path

Cold but enjoyable ride!

November, 2017 by mwepps68

I had difficulty finding parking at the end of the trail but was able to find a public beach access parking in Indian Beach just past the end of the off-the-road portion. The cross road stops could get a little monotonous in the busier months but were not a big issue in November. It was cold and windy but still was an enjoyable ride. There are several public restrooms along the route.
The description only includes the portion of the trail that parallels, but is off, the main road (about 11 miles). There is an on-road trail that continues into Indian Beach and Atlantic Beach (probably close to 25 miles total). This road is fairly busy but the bike path is wide enough so it isn't uncomfortable.

Black Creek Greenway

Best trail in Cary

November, 2017 by kishagreene

Great trail, great people.

Black Creek Greenway

One of the best

November, 2017 by kishagreene

The trail was excellent. The people on the trail were very friendly. Great place to ride.

Shelby Rail-Trail

Rail Trail

October, 2017 by danawynne777

This trail has a lot of pros but one big con. Pros are: extremely well maintained (hats off to those maintaining it), no big inclines which is great if you have joint pain like I do, freakin' AWESOME. suspension bridge, beautiful walnut trees and blackberry bushes, trail follows river so nice views of that. Con: noise from highway can be heard during nearly the entire hike. This is a major turn off for me because when I hike, I want to be immersed in the sites and sounds of nature and leave the outside world behind.

Little Tennessee River Greenway (Franklin)

Great Western NC Greenway

October, 2017 by lharcher462

The Little Tennessee River Greenway might be one of our new favorites to ride. I would say 80 percent of the trail is asphalt and the remainder is hard pack gravel. Three beautiful bridges, numerous benches and picnic tables are available to take a break on. The trail is advertised at five miles long. We did not ride the portion on the northern end as it requires you to cross a divided highway in town. We parked at the Tassee Park Greenway entrance and there is a really nice pavilion there with clean bathrooms to boot. If you are in the western portion of NC I highly recommend you give this trail a try. Let me add that I must disagree with a few other reviews about dangerous areas on this greenway, we didnt encounter any. I have pics and video posted on my Facebook page @bikesbeerand grub.

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