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The Salisbury Greenway is a developing trail network in the City of Salisbury that connects residential areas, local businesses, schools, restaurants, recreational spaces, parks, open fields, and woods. Almost a mile of the route runs parallel to Grants Creek with plans to extend the trail east along creek.
The majority of the greenway is paved with asphalt, smooth, and flat. However, a few segments of the trail utilize sidewalks—from Mahaley Ave along West Park Road until the road's dead end, along West Innes Street, and along West Horah Street.
The multiuse trail system includes the William C. Peoples Jr. Walkway (0.8 miles) and the Old Wilkesboro Greenway (0.6 miles). The route also meanders through Forest Hills Park (0.4 miles), Kelsey Scott Park (0.3 miles), and Memorial Park Cemetary (0.4 miles). There are additional pathways running through the parks, which provide access to the parks' amenities and facilities.
The route through Forest Hills Park (230 Grove St) includes an attractive, pedestrian bridge. The 9.4-acre park has a playground, picnic tables, benches, a basketball court, and open green spaces. West End Community Park (1110 Brenner Ave) is a 1.5-acre community garden. The 21.7-acre Kelsey Scott Park (1920 Old Wilkesboro Rd) has a playground, a picnic shelter with tables and grills, a softball field, two basketball courts, a golf course, and a railroad bridge from 1856.
Further plans for the greenway include completing the route between Prescott Drive and Grant's Creek, as well as between Grant's Creek and Kelsey Scott Park.
The City of Salisbury's bus system provides access to the trail. Visit the City of Salisbury's transit webpage for more information.
Parking is available at Kelsey Scott Park (1920 Old Wilkesboro Rd) and at West End Community Park (1110 Brenner Ave). There are additional parking spaces along Grove Street by Forest Hills Park. Visit the TrailLink map for all options and detailed directions.
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