Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Greensboro area


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Greensboro, North Carolina

Greensboro, North Carolina map area

Greensboro, North Carolina

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Adams Farm Trail

Atlantic and Yadkin Greenway

Bicentennial Greenway

Downtown Greenway

Highpoint Greenway

Hillsdale Greenway

Northeast Community Trail

Rollings Roads Greenway

Southeast Greenway



Greensboro, Jamestown and High Point are located in Guilford County in North Carolina. This area is in between Raleigh-Durham and Winston-Salem in the north part of the state. There are several recreational trails in Greensboro and Jamestown for bike riding, walking and running.

Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway

The Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway is a 7.5-mile long paved pathway that heads to the north from Greensboro and goes past Lake Brandt. The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and passes Guildford Courthouse National Military Park and Bur Mil Park. The south end of the Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway is just north of Downtown Greensboro, the north end is located along Battleground Avenue to the north of the lake.

Read more about the Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway

Bicentennial Greenway

The Bicentennial Greenway is a 14.5-mile long paved pathway that extends between Greensboro and Jamestown. The trail wanders through the residential neighborhoods and goes past parks and schools. The north end of the trail is at Old Battleground Road and Lake Brandt Road where it intersects the Atlantic & Yadkin Greenway. The south end is along the shores of High Point Lake in western Jamestown.

Read more about the Bicentennial Greenway

Downtown Greenway

The Downtown Greenway is a trail in progress. When completed the trail will be 4-miles long and wrap around Downtown Greensboro. A 0.7-mile section is complete on the southwest side of the downtown area. The Downtown Greenway connects to the Southeast Greenway.

Greenhaven Greenway

The Greenhaven Greenway is a 0.63-mile long paved pathway that follows Ryan Creek in Greenhaven Park. Greenhaven Park is located to the north of W. Vandalia Road and adjacent to Lynhaven Drive.

Hillsdale Greenway

Hillsdale Greenway is a 1-mile long paved pathway located in Hillsdale Park and a residential neighborhood. The trail is located to the north of Interstate 40 and west of Freeman Mill Road.

Lake Daniel Greenway

Lake Daniel Greenway is a 2-mile long paved path located to the south of Benjamin Parkway between W Wendover Avenue and Battleground Avenue. This area is just north of Downtown Greensboro, near Grimsley High School.

Latham Park Greenway

The Latham Park Greenway is a 1.2-mile long paved pathway that extends from Battleground Avenue to N. Elm Street near the Moses H. Cone Memorial High School, to the north of the downtown area. The trail follows alongside North Buffalo Creek.

Northeast Community Trail

The Northeast Community Trail is a 1.2-mile long paved pathway that is located to the north Huffine Mill Road to the east of Nealtown Road.

Rolling Roads Greenway

Rolling Roads Greenway is a 0.62-mile long paved path located in Rolling Park along Bridgette Boulevard to the south of Interstate 40.

Shannon Hills Greenway

The Shannon Hills Greenway is a 1.15-mile long paved pathway located in Shannon Hills Park and Shannon Woods Park adjacent to Rehobeth Church Road north of Interstate 85.

Southeast Greenway

The Southeast Greenway is a 1.2-mile long paved pathway located to the southwest of Downtown Greensboro. The trail connects to the Downtown Greenway near the intersection of W. Gate City Boulevard and Freeman Mill Road.

Adams Farm Trails

The Adams Farm Trails are 2-miles of paved pathway that wander through the Adams Farm Community in Southwest Greensboro. The trails go past Adams Lake and follow alongside Bull Run.

High Point Greenway

The High Point Greenway is a system of over 9-miles of paved pathways located in the community of High Point. The trails follow the greenspace along Boulding Branch and go past High Point University and Wingate Andrews High School.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Greensboro, North Carolina

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in North Carolina

Below is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of North Carlolina.