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Explore the best rated trails in Albemarle, NC. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Bicentennial Greenway and Longleaf Trail. With more than 37 trails covering 102 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This is one of my favorite spots to walk, play pickleball and baseball and have a picnic. Such a wonderful and beautiful park.
We love this ride.
Nice trail..wear bug spray!!
Very bumpy trail and Zi don’t recommend for biking as it has stairs to climb on the South end. Great walking path, beautiful scenery.
It was a very nice, easy walk. Asphalt path was clean, well kept and wide following a power line right of way. Slight decline one way and incline on the way back. Not strenuous though but I did break a slight sweat. No shade at all. We walked on a cloudy afternoon 5:00 pm 83 degrees and it was nice. If it had been sunny and hotter it would not have been enjoyable at all. Some bug spray would have been good. Had some knats. Saw some bunnies and birds.
This is a nice Trail for a long walk or short ride You definitely need to be riding a mountain bike a road bike Because the trail is very bumpy Lots of shade on this trail with those hot days.
I have biked from the PEC to Chimney Rock, and it is very peaceful.
Their is a wide concrete side walk to and down Bailey Road to the high school. At that point there is a cross walk that connects to the Greenway to Davidson and Antiquity.
This is a nice ride through the woods. I rode it mid day on a week day lots of walkers .
Reservoir park was a wonderful walk to start our new adventures after two years stuck near home because of Covid. Not crowded, runners, walkers, dogs and toddlers on bikes. A beautiful mix of life.
The new extension from Westmoreland to Magnolia Ridge (By Publix) is a great addition.
This wonderful trail now begins at the Andrew Polk State Historic Site.
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