Northeast Community Trail

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NorthEastNortheast Community Trail (1.2 miles)
  • Surface: Asphalt 
  • Traffic: Multiple Use 
The Northeast Community Trail was constructed in 2004 through collaboration between the City and neighborhoods surrounding the trail. The Parks and Recreation Department worked closely with the Environmental Services Department to create a paved multi-use path along the buffer of the White Street landfill.

Planning and construction of the greenway was funded in part by a North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund grant. The 1.2 miles of greenway provide the community with recreational opportunities on a beautifully-landscaped trail in northeast Greensboro.

How do I get there?

The Northeast Community Trail parking area is located on Rankin Mill Road, north of the intersection with Huffine Mill Road. Located on Nealtown Road across from Nealtown Park, the western trailhead has pedestrian access only.
Connections:

This beautiful 1.2-mile greenway is the first link in a proposed trail that will eventually connect Latham Park to Keeley Park in northeast Greensboro.

Please note:

Northeast Community Trail is a multiple-use trail. Bicycles are allowed and encouraged. The trail is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

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