Greensboro Parks, Greenways, & Trails
Parks
Greensboro Hiking Trails

There are many places to hike in Greensboro
Photos taken by:  Amanda Tsiukes
Page created by:  John Ostrander

Activities:
Boating and Fishing
Education and Events
Exhibit Hall
Hiking
Picnicking
Swimming

Open:
  Year around

Fees:

  No Fees for park entrance, there are fees to camp

Permits:

  No permits for hiking, camping does require permits

Elevation:
  700 feet -  900 feet

Pets:
  Allowed, must be on leash

Greenways
Bryan Park
  Peninsula Trail
  Osprey Trail
  Townsend Trail
  West House Trail

Bur-Mil Park

  A&Y Greenway
  Big Loop Trail
  Little Loop Trail
  Piedmont Trail
  Owl's Roost Trail

Country Park
  Copperhead Trail
  County Park Loop Trail
  Veteran's Trail of Peace

Guilford Courthouse
    National Military Park

  Copperhead Trail

Hagan-Stone Park
  Chatfield Trail
  Dogwood Trail
  H.M. Draper Jr. Trail
  Ridge Trail
  Schoolhouse Trail


Lake Brandt
  Bicentennial Greenway
  Laurel Bluff Trail
  Nat Greene Trail
  Palmetto Trail
  Reedy Fork Trail
  Wild Turkey Trail

Lake Higgins
  Bald Eagle Trail
  Beech Bluff Trail

Lake Townsend
  Blue Heron Trail
  King Fisher Trail

Leonard Recreational Center
  Bicentennial Greenway

Lewis Recreational Center
  Copperhead Trail

Price Park
  Evergreen Trail 
  Price Park Trail

Oka T. Hester Park

  Hester Park Walking Trail


Maps
Google File
No Master Google File
Camping

You can use this interactive map to find directions to the trail in the park you are looking to hike.  This map is interactive and you can move around and zoom in or out.

For Driving Directions: Please click on the "hiker man" and then click on the arrow in the bottom right corner. You will then be redirected to Google Maps where you can type in your home address.
High Country Trails
appalachianhighcountrytrails.com


UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Please Check Back Later for Interactive Map

Thank You
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
UNDER CONSTRUCTION