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Antiquity Greenway is a half-mile segment of the Town of Cornelius' growing collection of multiuse paths and is part of the trail loop called the Emerald Necklace.
The paved trail begins on Zion Drive in downtown Cornelius and winds its way northeast towards the South Prong Rocky River Greenway in neighboring Davidson. It branches at the end, with one branch emerging at 930 South Street and the other continuing to meet the South Prong Rocky River Greenway, passing underneath the Bridge to Antiquity, a historic red covered bridge.
Antiquity Greenway is open to walkers, joggers, cyclists and other non-motorized users.
Parking is available at the northeast end of the trail at the South Prong Rocky River Greenway's northern trailhead (859 South St, Davidson) and there is on-street parking in the Town of Cornelius at the southern trailhead. Follow the instructions on any parking signs.
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.
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