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The Hawksbill Greenway is a 2-mile non-motorized pathway in the town of Luray, Virginia, two hours from Washington D.C. It extends from Linden Street in the west to the Flowering Forest in the east. The trail is sectioned by color, and you can tell which section you are in based on the color of the paint stripes on the path. Though not a long trail, Hawksbill Greenway is nonetheless a destination on its own, with a wide range of activities appealing to visitors of every stripe. The trail is used by walkers, cyclists, families with strollers, joggers with pets. But it’s also designed to tempt people to linger, with benches and picnic tables, scenic murals and vibrant landscaping. Thanks to its position alongside Hawksbill Creek and within the Shenandoah Valley, the greenway is a great spot for wildlife watching, birding and angling. And as icing, trail users also easily access historic downtown Luray from the greenway.
There is plenty of parking along the Hawksbill Greenway: six different spots (see the map for exact locations)
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