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The developing Wolf River Greenway will one day span 36 miles, connecting downtown Memphis, the north-central neighborhoods of the city, Shelby Farms, and the cities of Germantown and Collierville.
The trail is currently open in a few disconnected segments, including 8.5 miles miles through the Wolf River Nature Area in the City of Germantown, a suburb of Memphis. The trail provides access to picnic facilities, restrooms, and wildflower meadows along its paved corridor. You'll also find interpretive stops, aquatic plant displays, tree identification, rest areas with benches, butterfly gardens, and bat houses.
In 2017, another 2.44 miles of trail was added, stretching from N. Mud Island Road south to N. Second Street in Uptown along the Mississippi River. The trail is part of an effort to transform Mud Island from an overlooked dumping ground into a wonderful community asset known as Confluence Park.
In 2018, two more segments opened: 1.44 miles in John F. Kennedy Park (in the Raleigh neighborhood) and a mile-long stretch farther west known as the Epping Way section, which begins at N. Highland Street.
For the eastern segment of the trail, parking is available in the large lot off N. Humphreys Boulevard, just northwest of its intersection with Walnut Grove Road. You can also park at the nature area across from River Commons Circle and its intersection with Humphreys Boulevard.
For the Raleigh section, parking is available in John F. Kennedy Park (4577 Raleigh Lagrange Road, Memphis).
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