Park Trails

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Focused Pink FlowerBarber Park
Surface: Concrete
Traffic: Multiple Use
Amenities: Restrooms, Picnic Shelters, Baseball Stadium, Disc Golf Course 

Barber Park features a one-mile, multiple-use trail around its 109-acres. Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion features indoor tennis and basketball year-round. Barber Park is also the home of an 18-hole disc golf course, created for the 1998 North Carolina State Games. Barber Park has a paved greenway connection to the Bluford Park neighborhood. View a detailed map.

Country Park
Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Natural
Traffic: Multiple Use
Amenities: Restrooms, Tennis, Soccer Fields, Baseball Fields, Freeride Bike Course, Lewis Recreation Center 

Country Park is a great place for trails! The Country Park Loop is a one-way, one-lane road open to cars, bikes, in-line skaters and pedestrians. The Veteran’s Trail of Peace, located behind the Veteran’s Memorial, provides a pleasant walk for quiet reflection near Richland Creek. Country Park is also developing a new interpretive nature trail for persons with special needs that will be fully-accessible to everyone. The Copperhead Trail dips and twists through the wooded areas of Country Park with its berms and gullies that keep the mountain biking locals coming back for more. "The Zone" is a new place for expert mountain bikers and BMXers to test their skills on a downhill jump course. "The Zone" features a number of jumps, berms, rhythm and whoop sections sure to get the adrenaline flowing. Helmets are required in "The Zone" and rules are posted on the kiosk next to the course start point behind the Stoner-White Stadium scoreboard. Inexperienced riders are discouraged from entering "The Zone." View a detailed map.

Oka T. Hester Park
Surface: Pea Gravel
Traffic: Hiking and Biking
Amenities: Restrooms, Trail Fitness Stations, Tennis, Soccer & Football Fields, Volleyball, Fishing, Trotter Recreation Center 

The gravel walking trails at Hester Park equal about a 1 mile distance. There are 20 fitness stations on Hester Park Trail 1 that will challenge both beginners and advanced athletes with extensive exercises to augment any running routine. Hester Park features three soccer / volleyball fields and 11 lighted tennis courts. The park is home to the Greensboro Volleyball Club, which sponsors doubles tournaments from May through September. In addition, Hester Park has a walking club for senior citizens. View a detailed map.

Price Park
Surface: Natural
Traffic: Hiking & Biking
Amenities: Paved Greenway, Nature Trail, Library, Butterfly Garden, Meadow Lark Sanctuary

Price Park is a natural oasis tucked away in Greensboro’s northwestern suburbs. The trails at Price Park meander through natural open space, abounding with plant and wildlife. The Evergreen Trail traverses mixed deciduous and coniferous forest types that provide natural habitat to a variety of native and exotic plants, insects, birds, and animals. The trail also serves the Kathleen Clay Edwards Family Branch Library as an outdoor classroom. The paved section of Price Park Greenway connects across Hobbs Road to the gravel section, offering an excellent place for walking or running. View a detailed map.

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