Greensboro’s network of trails offers a variety of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors while being physically active.
|National Trails Day
Saturday, June 1 at Country Park
The trails are located in urban and natural settings, and can be found in neighborhoods and regional parks, open spaces, and around the City's three Watershed Parks. The information provided here will help get you on the right path to becoming healthier while enjoying the trails of Greensboro. Currently, there are more than 90 miles of trails and greenways available in Greensboro. Each of the trails are categorized as one of the following: botanical gardens trails, greenways, park trails or hiking and mountain biking trails.
Tell Us What You Think About Our Trails!
As part of the Parks and Recreation Department's ongoing efforts to gauge resident feedback, we are conducting a survey to gauge your opinion of facility conditions. Please take a moment to participate in this brief survey and help us be able to better serve you.
Get Your Greensboro Trail Map Book
Greensboro Trails offers a detailed map book of the trail system in Greensboro. The book is $5 plus tax and is only available at the following locations: Wildlife Education Center in Bur-Mil Park, City Lake Marinas (Lake Higgins, Brandt and Townsend), Parks and Recreation administrative offices, 1001 Fourth St., and Off'N Running Sports. For more information, contact us.