Map of the Bicentennial Greenway


Bicentennial Greenway

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Bicentennial Greenway


14.5 miles




Greensboro, Jamestown


local parks, schools, natural areas


Atlantic and Yadkin Greenway
Downtown Greenway



 The Bicentennial Greenway is a 14.5-mile long paved pathway that extends from Greensboro to Jamestown in North Central North Carolina. The trail goes past residential neighborhoods, past local parks and through natural areas with hardwood forests.


The Bicentennial Greenway is paved for the entire route and open for bike riding, walking and running. The trail consists of pathways away from roadways as well as walkways alongside roads. The width of the pathways vary. There is a 1.2-mile gap in the trail along Burnt Poplar Road in southern Greensboro where trail users need to use streets to get to the next section.


The Bicentennial Greenway goes through the cities of Greensboro and Jamestown in Guilford County in the north central part of North Carolina.

Points of Interest

The Bicentennial Greenway goes past the following parks, schools and other points of interest:

Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
Kernodle Middle School
Carolyn S. Allen Community Park and Athletic Complex
Leonard Recreation Center
Western Guilford High School
Guilford Elementary School
Doris Henderson Newcomers School
Western Guilford High School
Jamestown Park Golf Course
Piedmont Environmental Center
Nearby Trails

Atlantic and Yadkin Greenway: The two trails meet at Old Battleground Road and Lake Brandt Road in Greensboro.

End Points

The north end of the Bicentennial Trail is located at Old Battleground Road and Lake Brandt Road in Greensboro.

The south end of the trail is located at Penny road and Lakeview Heights Road in Jamestown. This point is located on High Point Lake.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Bicentennial Greenway in North Central North Carolina.