Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway

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The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway weaves through the northern part of Cleveland, Tenn., from Willow Street to Mohawk Drive. The path follows Mouse Creek and includes three pedestrian bridges over the waterway.
Future plans include extending the trail to the Village Green Town Center, a business and retail hub, and the Hiwassee River in Charleston.
The Downtown Greenway Connector is accessible from all along the trail. It takes in historic sites and connects with the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway at Willow and Keith streets. The route is marked with Greenway logos.

Parking and Trail Access

From I-75, take exit 25 and travel southeast on 25th Street toward Keith Street. Turn right on Keith Street and follow this street to Willow Street and turn left. The south terminus of the Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway is located at this intersection. An 18-space parking area is also available at the north end of Harris Circle NW.


Some serious problems

   July, 2015 by thesethings15

I've been walking, running and cycling on this trail since its creation, and while it is better than nothing, I find that the Greenway has some definite issues compared with other similar town Greenway Trails withiin TN and other states I've lived in. With more

Peaceful, Serene and perfect for all.

   October, 2014 by mamiluz

Although I am from Monterey California and have a beautiful walking trail along the ocean, this walking trail offers such peacefulness and beauty. Whenever I visit my daughter and her family, I make it a point to walk as many days of the week on this more

Very Nice!

   October, 2013 by toaster2013

The thing I like about it is that it's open 24/7 and is lighted the whole way. There are light posts every 60 feet or so. So even late at night you can still see to get in a nice walk. read more