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The Bethabara Greenway is a multiuse, multisurface trail that takes users through historic Bethabara in the City of Winston-Salem, NC. Bethabara was a settlement founded in the 18th Century by Moravians, a German-speaking Protestant group. Today, much of that history is preserved in the Historic Bethabara Park where visitors can view old buildings. But it's not just history preserved there, the park also contains acres of wetlands, forests and birds and wildlife that can be enjoyed via the trail.
The trail actually starts on Reynolda Road, and travels along Mill Creek, then Minorcas Creek, through woodland on a combination of asphalt, boardwalk and dirt trails. Note that some of the access points from the streets are marked by stairs, which means cyclists may have to dismount.
Park at the Historic Bethabara Park Visitor Center (2147 Bethabara Rd, Winston-Salem).
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