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The Creekside Park Trails—all paved and interconnected—span about 3 miles in Archdale and lead to residential areas and important points in the community.
The mile-long Cedar Trail section of the system begins in the Trindale Forest neighborhood and carries travelers by the Creekside Village neighborhood. After passing through a tunnel under Main Street, a trail spur connects residents to the Archdale Public Library, and the trail ends shortly thereafter in picturesque Creekside Park.
The Green Trail begins at the Creekside Recreation Center and forms a loop around it. The trail also features outdoor exercise equipment. A spur on the west side of the loop—called the Gray Trail—heads to Alison Lane and offers access to the Courtland Park neighborhood. Combined, they provided a mile of trail.
The half-mile Blue Trail connects to the Green Trail, beginning at the southeastern end of the loop. It continues to the Archdale Senior Center near the T-Ball fields. Views include beautiful fields and wooded areas.
The 0.3-mile Black Trail branches off the Green Trail loop and travels to the Elkes Ridge and Rush Hollow neighborhoods.
Parking is available at the Creekside Park Recreation Center (214 Park Drive) and the Archdale Senior Center (108 Park Drive).
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