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Caldwell Station Creek Greenway is 2.6 miles of walking and biking trails through the woods and wetlands of Cornelius. The trail is a local treasure, popular with locals for a workout in nature, as well as for commuting between different neighborhoods, shopping and restaurants.
The greenway begins on State Road 115 (Old Statesville Drive) and heads southwest. Soon after you begin, you will enter the forest that is the setting for the rest of the trail, a mix of hard and softwoods that provide ample shade and coolness even on a summer day. Boardwalks carry users through sensitive wetland - note that they are slippery when wet. The trail is well-signed, with quarter mile markers and signs at access points. There are moderately hilly in some sections but there are trailside log benches in case you need a breather. At the south end of the trail, at the town line, users can walk an additional block or so to the Northcross Shopping Center in neighboring Huntersville.
A gravel parking lot can be found at the Bailey Road trailhead (10000 Bailey Rd, Cornelius, NC)
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