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The Ellerbee Creek Trail is part of a chain of trails running across Durham, known as the North-South Greenway. This trail picks up where the Stadium Drive leaves off, on Stadium Drive next to the National Guard Armory. The Ellerbee Creek Trail moves away from the street and deeper into the leafy natural areas of Rock Quarry Park. Just short of Murray Avenue a spur of the trail branches off to the Aquatics Center, Recreation Center and Museum of Life and Science.
Crossing Murray Avenue, the trail continues into Northgate Park,skirting around the dog park, with the creek flowing alongside. The trail emerges on Club Boulevard, the southern border of the park. From there, it heads west as a concrete sidepath under i-85 up to Washington Street, the start of the next leg of the North-South Greenway which is known as the South Ellerbee Creek Trail.
Park at Northgate Park (300 W Club Boulevard, Durham, NC).
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