Walking and Running Trails in Greensboro
Greensboro is full of many walking, running, and mountain biking trails. In fact, there are more than 100 miles of trails and greenways available in Greensboro. Check out this guide on where to walk/run in Greensboro. From short walks/runs to long ones, we’ve got you covered.
Updated: January 2023
339 Conference Center Dr. Browns Summit and 6068 N. Church St.
- Great Blue Heron Loop (3.2 miles)
- Lake Loop Trail (0.66 miles)
- Piedmont Loop Trail (1.42 miles)
- Wetlands Boardwalk (0.43 miles)
Haw River State Park
5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd.
- Big Loop Trail (2 miles)
- Wood Duck Way (0.10 miles)
- Little Loop Trail (0.82 miles)
- Owl’s Roost Trail (4.34 miles)
- Access to Atlantic-Yadkin Greenway next to the Wildlife Education Center
3905 Nathanael Greene Dr.
- Country Park Loop (1.5 miles of paved trail)
- Winston Monument Trail connects Country Park Loop and Military Park Loop
- Guilford Courthouse Nat. Mil. Park Main Loop (1 mile)
- Veterans Trail of Peace (small loop inside National Military Park)
- The Copperhead Trail (3.2 miles in wooded areas)
410 Mimosa Dr.
- Paved Greenway (Lake Daniel Greenway) that stretches 2 miles from West Friendly Avenue to Mendenhall Street
- Access to Latham Park Greenway via the connector trail
Parking is available at Kernodle Middle School (3600 Drawbridge Pkwy, Greensboro); Leonard Recreation Center (6324 Ballinger Rd.), and at the trailhead at Wagon Place near Western Guilford High School (409 Friendway Rd).
Trails: 14.5 miles
The following areas are available for parking while using the greenway: On-street parking at Smith and Prescott streets for the Tradition Cornerstone; On-street parking at Lindsay and Cumberland streets for the Innovation Cornerstone; Accessible trailhead parking area at 475 Spring Garden Street at Morehead Park; Trailhead parking area at Eugene and Bragg Street at Five Points
Trails: 4-mile loop