The Shelby Farms Greenline Trail runs for nearly 7 miles between Tillman Street in Binghampton (east of Midtown Memphis) and Farm Road in Shelby Farms. The greenline is built upon the bed of a former CSX Railroad line, which was abandoned in 2001. The trail is open from sunrise to sunset and night-time use is prohibited.
Parking and Trail Access
Access the trail where it crosses Tillman St., Highland St., High Point Terrace, Graham St., Waring Rd., Podesta St., Sycamore View Rd., Mullins Station Rd. and at Farm Rd. in Shelby Farms Park (between Mullins Station Road and Walnut Grove Road).
To get to the park, from the west, take I-240 to the Walnut Grove Exit and go east to the third stop light. The park is on both sides of the road. Turn left at the light. From the east follow Walnut Grove or Mullins Station until you see the signs for the park.
simply love it!!!
OMG!! My sister and I have been planning for a couple of years to purchase bikes and ride trail for cardio purposes. I hate we waited so long to do so!! The Greenline is absolutely wonderful -well paved and well shaded. The scenery is absolutely beautiful ...
Little over 6 miles of asphalt trail with more phases to come! Right around the 2.0 mile marker, at the end of the bridge over the wolf river bottoms is a whole lot more trails in the woods. Really cool! I don't know who to thank for it but, may that ...
very nice and clean riding trails. road between wolf creek to shelby farms over 25 miles of riding area without traffic.