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Greensboro Hiking & Biking Trails Surround City's Watershed Lakes

OtterMore than 42 miles of natural surface trails offer opportunities to experience the joys of the outdoors. These trails provide recreational enjoyment for every outdoor enthusiast. The beautiful scenery around the lakes, wildflowers, trees, and wildlife make these trails one of Greensboro's best kept secrets.

All of our trails are open to hiking while some are shared with mountain bikes. Please follow basic etiquette and share the trail. The trails are preserved in a primitive manner and most are linear -- you will walk out and back along the same path from the trailhead where you started.

Bring plenty of drinking water, dress appropriately for weather, and plan accordingly. Please use 'Leave No Trace' ethics to help us keep the trails and trailheads clean by bringing out whatever you bring in. Trailhead parking is available at most trail entrances, but is limited to roadside parking in some areas. Be sure to check out our most recent edition of the Hiking & Mountain Biking Trails Map.

For more information, call 336-373-3816.

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