Do you love our trails? Join us as we celebrate all the places to walk, hike, bike, and even paddle in Greensboro!  Greensboro Parks & Recreation with support from our partner agencies will be celebrating on June 8 at Country Park with guided walks, hikes, peddling and paddling opportunities, a kids adventure course, crafts, storytelling, and more! Plan to bring the whole family to this free, family-friendly event.  

Show your love for #GSOTrailsDay by sponsoring this event either through a tax deductible charitable donation or in-kind donation and we will recognize you in our event marketing or at the event itself. Read the Sponsorship Guide for details.

Ready to commit? Complete the Sponsorship Agreement Form, and donate online today! Simply click the Donate button to the right and follow these steps:

  1. Select Trails & Greenways Donations
  2. Add to Cart
  3. Designate Trails Day in the Questions box and complete the remaining questions! 

In-Kind Sponsors

getoutdoorsGet:Outdoors represents a community of outdoor enthusiasts and educators with a passion for paddlesports. It offers a wide range of products and services designed to help protect the environment and enhance the time people spend enjoying the outdoors. Its permanent and seasonal staff understand their responsibility to the natural environment and works to inform everyone of the enjoyment of paddlesports.

Partners

DowntownGreenway

The Downtown Greenway, a collaborative project of the City of Greensboro and Action Greensboro, is a planned four-mile walking and biking trail that will encourage economic development, increase the tax base for the city, and will improve quality of life for its citizens. For more information, visit the Downtown Greenway website.

Piedmont Legacy Trails is an ongoing project to promote trails and connectivity across the Piedmont Triad as a regional trail network. Trails are a great way for people to enjoy nature and improve their mental and physical health while also being beneficial to local economies and the environment. When people get outside and experience nature they are healthier, happier, and more likely to protect the places that they love. For more information, visit the Piedmont Legacy trails website.

The members of the Piedmont Fat Tire Society are dedicated to the promotion and education of responsible mountain biking. Its members have come together to open new avenues (or trails) to the mountain biking community. With an organized effort they hope to accomplish many goals. One major goal being to bring a positive attitude toward mountain biking in general by maintaining existing trails and developing new ones. For more information, visit the society website.

BIG

Bicycling In Greensboro (BIG) is helping to transform the greater Greensboro area into a community that embraces people who ride bikes. For more information, visit the BIG website.

PHOC

The Piedmont Hiking and Outing Club (PHOC) is a volunteer group founded in 1982. It has approximately 400 members, including individuals and families. Members come from the Piedmont area of North Carolina, including Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Thomasville, Burlington and surrounding communities. The club offers opportunities and challenges for everyone. For more information, visit the PHOC website.

Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail is the growing community of members and volunteers who support the trail, an official unit of the North Carolina State Park System. The group works statewide building and maintaining trail, encouraging communities to create new sections of trail, and helping people hike it. For more information, please visit the Friends of Mountains-to-Sea Trail website.