High Point Greenway Trail

North Carolina

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High Point Greenway Trail Facts

States: North Carolina
Counties: Guilford
Length: 4.5 miles
Trail end points: Penny Road and Blain Street & E. Parkway Avenue
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10832944

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High Point Greenway Trail Description

The High Point Greenway stretches 4.5 miles through the town of High Point, North Carolina. The paved path sits in the tree-lined riparian corridor along Boulding Branch, allowing residents of the adjacent neighborhoods to experience nature and get a work-out at the same time. The trail connects to parks, which double as access points, including Armstrong Park and University, to schools, and cuts right across the High Point university campus. This trail has several crossings so proceed with caution, as well as one underpass at Centennial Street. 

Parking and Trail Access

There's a trailhead with parking at University Park, on Deep River Road across from Lamplight Way (the address is 1800 Deep River Rd, High Point). 

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