Neuse River Trail

North Carolina


I of many bridges on the Greenway. Nice ride from Clayton to Wake Forest.
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Uploaded: 7/17/2016
Lat: 35.71233 Long: -78.49892
Uploaded: 5/9/2016
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Uploaded: 5/1/2016
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What a beautiful, peaceful trail.
Uploaded: 9/3/2015
Lat: 35.79893 Long: -78.54009
Uploaded: 8/16/2015
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Uploaded: 8/16/2015
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Another view of a suspension bridge crossing the Neuse River along the trail.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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This impressive suspension bridge can be found on a portion of the trail between Buffaloe Rd park and the Mingo Creek Trail.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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A compass on the ground at the junction with the Buffaloe Rd athletic park helps riders get a sense of direction.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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Signs like this point you to streets and parks accessible from the trail.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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Bike riders approach one of several bridges along the trail. This bridge is just below the branch-off for the Buffaloe Rd athletic park.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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A view of the Neuse River as seen from the trail.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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Wooden bridge in background allows riders to cross a swampy area. This section is south of Buffaloe Rd athletic park.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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Milburnie Dam as seen from the woods off the Neuse River Trail.
Uploaded: 5/10/2015
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Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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This bridge is just west of Mial Plantation Road. Photo by Sandy J.
Uploaded: 1/20/2015
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A little rain never hurt anyone!! .. Great trail
Uploaded: 11/29/2014
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You expect ME to ride that??
Uploaded: 11/29/2014
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A 558-foot bridge overlooking the Neuse River. The longest such bridge in the state of N.C. The Neuse River Greenway Trail is part of an extensive 28-mile greenway system.
Uploaded: 9/9/2014
Lat: 35.90742 Long: -78.53826
On a overcast day... Closer to the field...
Uploaded: 7/28/2014
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Beautiful view of the fields from the bridge...
Uploaded: 7/28/2014
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Over the bridge on a stormy summer day...
Uploaded: 7/28/2014
Lat: 35.75114 Long: -78.53249
Getting Closer in the Sunflower field...
Uploaded: 7/27/2014
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Getting closer....
Uploaded: 7/27/2014
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On a Sunny evening during peak blooms of sunflowers...
Uploaded: 7/27/2014
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This is a huge sunflower field on the way near Mial Plantation Road parking lot....
Uploaded: 7/26/2014
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Uploaded: 6/29/2014
Lat: 36.04612 Long: -78.68480
Uploaded: 6/29/2014
Lat: 36.04832 Long: -78.68283
I took this picture one morning when I went riding on the Clayton side of the Neuse River Trail. It was such a beautiful morning and this is one of my favorite parts of the trail.
Uploaded: 5/6/2014
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I went biking on an overcast afternoon and I took this picture of the bridge leading to Horseshoe Farm Park with a wide angle lens.
Uploaded: 5/6/2014
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A most excellent trail running dipping rising curving often next to the mighty Neuse or other wetlands, the turtle census was off the charts on 4/10/14.
Uploaded: 4/17/2014
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A 558-foot bridge overlooking the Neuse River. The longest such bridge in the state of N.C. The bridge connects Wake Forest’s Smith Creek Greenway to Raleigh’s Neuse River Greenway. A 28 mile greenway. View Google Photosphere at http://goo.gl/pQ02Oi
Uploaded: 2/18/2014
Lat: 35.90775 Long: -78.53741
This is the Neuse in the snow facing west at the Buffaloe Road overpass & I-540
Uploaded: 2/1/2014
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Fair Warning... If you plan on hitting this trail mid day in the summertime... when heading towards the Johnson County line between mile markers 22 1/2 and 25 1/2 the trail has several lengthy uphill stretches with no shade. It can be brutal!
Uploaded: 11/10/2013
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Although the Neuse River Trail 'officially' ends at the Johnson county line... (mile marker 27.5) the trail continues for another 5.32 miles before it dead ends in Clayton N.C.
Uploaded: 11/9/2013
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Traveling the Neuse River Trail, you'll come across several of these massive steel bridges. This particular one is near mile marker 16 3/4, at the junction of the Neuse River trail and the Mingo Creek Trail.
Uploaded: 10/28/2013
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This is one of two suspension bridges along the Neuse River Trail. You'll encounter this one just off the trail head at Horseshoe Farm Park near the intersection of Louisburg Road (route 401) and Ligon Mill Road.
Uploaded: 10/28/2013
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This is just one of 'dozens' of beautiful handmade wooden bridges you'll cross on traveling the Nuese River Trail.
Uploaded: 10/28/2013
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The Miburnie Dam on just off Nuese River Trail. Turn off the trail onto Loch Raven Pkwy. Lock Raven Pkwy is near Nuese River mile marker 15.
Uploaded: 10/28/2013
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The trail ends just beyond this bridge east of the soccer field off of Perry Creek Road. The connection should be completed by spring 2014
Uploaded: 8/25/2013
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The bridge connects Wake Forest to the Neuse River Trail. The trailhead can be accessed from Burlington Mills Rd. This view is looking east toward the Wake Forest end of the bridge.
Uploaded: 6/17/2013
Lat: 35.90747 Long: -78.53804
Uploaded: 6/17/2013
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Heading south under RR bridge near Capital Blvd.
Uploaded: 6/14/2013
Lat: 35.90971 Long: -78.55781
The bridge connects Wake Forest to the Neuse River Trail. The trailhead can be accessed from Burlington Mills Rd. This view is looking west from Wake forest.
Uploaded: 6/14/2013
Lat: 35.90747 Long: -78.53804
One of two suspension bridges on the Neuse River Trail east of Raleigh, NC. The trail runs about 30 miles from Falls Lake dam to Clayton, NC.
Uploaded: 4/29/2013
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Even before Raleigh's Neuse River Trail is officially open, people enjoy getting out. The NRT will stretch 33 miles from Falls Dam in northeast Raleigh to Clayton.
Uploaded: 2/12/2013
Lat: 35.72603 Long: -78.51422
Fall 2011
Uploaded: 10/24/2011
Lat: 35.93920 Long: -78.57544
Lone Rider
Uploaded: 10/24/2011
Lat: 35.93920 Long: -78.57544
one of the bridges along the trail
Uploaded: 10/20/2011
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