Little Sugar Creek Greenway

North Carolina

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Little Sugar Creek Greenway Facts

States: North Carolina
Counties: Mecklenburg
Length: 5.9 miles
Trail end points: Huntingtowne Farms Park and Cordelia Park
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 7464418

Little Sugar Creek Greenway Description

The Little Sugar Creek Greenway, part of the Carolina Thread Trail, runs along eastern Charlotte and will one day stretch more than 15 miles down to the Catawba River in neighboring South Carolina. The trail is a beautiful urban gem, connecting several parks, schools, recreational facilities, shopping and dining areas, gardens, and public art pieces. As of 2012, the trail offers four completed sections:

  • Cordelia Park to 12th Street (0.95 miles)

  • E. 7th Street to Morehead Street (1.29 miles)

  • Morehead Street to Brandywine Road (2.88 miles)

  • Huntingtowne Farms Park (0.79 miles)



Parking and Trail Access

Parking locations for each section of the trail can be found on the Mecklenburg County website.

Little Sugar Creek Greenway Reviews

Amazing Trail Spanning the Length of South Charlotte

s

A great trail connecting some of the Southern-most parts of the city all the way up to North of Uptown - with just a few missing links that are currently in progress. When fully completely this will be an even bigger asset to every person in CLT. So many beautiful spots along the way, especially near Park Road Park and just North or Park Road Shopping Center.

Great ride along Sugar Creek. Lots of historical markers explaining construction of the restoration of Sugar Creek through downtown Charlotte.

s

Great ride along Sugar Creek. Lots of historical markers explaining construction of the restoration of Sugar Creek through downtown Charlotte.

Little Sugar Creek Greenway

s

Nice walk following Little Sugar Creek into the city and out. The trail is concert and it does cross over several roads. The walk or bike is very level and very nice to see some wild life such as a bonny have a pleasant time eating some grass.

Little Sugar Creek Greenway

s

My wife and I have walked the 7th St. to Freedom Park portion of this Greenway many times (alone or with our dogs) and we love it. The scenery is great. Lots of walkers, bikers and runners on nice days. The Metropolitan is right on the route and has stores and restaurants. Alternates between sunny and shady, plenty of places to rest on benches or on the grass. Public restroom is available between The Metropolitan and Morehead St., and are clean and well maintained. We have also walked the 12th St. to Cordelia Park section of this Greenway and it is a hidden gem. Not nearly as busy as the section I reviewed above, and as such I wouldn't recommend for a woman walking or running solo. Nonetheless, we've never felt at all unsafe and it is a very pretty walk.

Accordion

Great Run

s

Scenic, relatively flat, lots of changes of scenery.

OK for inlines if you can go slow on declines

s

Overall, it's fairly skatable, but there are some declines around blind curves into the tunnels under bridges, so you have to be comfortable letting down slowly into that until you can see whether someone is coming from the other direction.

Lots of joggers and some cyclists occasionally taking up the whole path, so you can't count on having passing room or an open "lane". No place for speed, but plenty of opportunity for practicing low and slow.

wonderful ride!

s

My husband and I hit this greenway this morning early...about 7 am (we knew it would hit 99 degrees today). We loved every single thing about this trail. It reminded us so much of our beloved Minnehaha Parkway near our old home in South Minneapolis. But this route has so many cool features to explore.

Sugar Creek Greenway

s

This is a gem, and as it grows it becomes a better gem! I've seen it being developed, which brought excitement to my entire family! We've used it for biking, running, and strollering! It is a great way to connect different areas of Charlotte, can't wait to see it grow some more. Get out and ride!

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