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The Bailey Road Multi-Use Path links Caldwell Station Greenway with the Plum Creek Greenway, which connects to the South Prong Rocky River Greenway. A portion of this multiuse pathway—from where Caldwell Station Greenway meets Old Statesville Road/Highway 115 to where Plum Creek Greenway meets Bailey Road—is part of the trail loop called the Emerald Necklace.
At its southern end, the trail begins by the intersection of Old Statesville Road and Dublin Cres Road across from the Northern Regional Recreation Center (18121 Old Statesville Rd, Cornelius). Heading north parallel to Old Statesville Road, the trail curves east and runs along the northern edge of Bailey Road Park.
Spread across 66-acres, Bailey Road Park has multi-purpose fields, picnic tables and shelters with grills, a variety of sports fields and courts, a fitness loop trail, a playground, restrooms, and drinking fountains. There are benches and trash cans located along the trail.
Running parallel to Bailey Road, the pathway passes several schools and connects with the southern trailhead of the Plum Creek Greenway (18800 Avery Park Dr, Cornelius). The route continues paralleling Bailey Road as it heads south until the intersection with Reese Finley Lane in Huntersville. After a gap of about 700 feet, there is a short section of trail that continues to Ayla Lane and Barnhardt Road.
Parking is available in multiple lots at the Bailey Road Park (11536 Bailey Rd, Cornelius) and in a loose gravel lot at the Plum Creek Greenway's southern trailhead (18800 Avery Park Dr, Cornelius).
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