Did you know Cary has over 80 miles of greenway trail? We’ve recommended some routes below to get you started or keep you moving! For more greenway info click here.
Cary Park Lake Greenway: This 1.9-mile greenway winds around Cary Park Lake. For those looking for a longer ride, continue south from the lake, along the Southbridge Greenway which connects to a street-side trail along Morrisville Parkway, or ride to nearby Mills Park.
Symphony Lake Greenway: This 1.8-mile loop extends around Symphony Lake with parking available at the nearby Koka Booth Amphitheatre. This greenway loop connects to the Swift Creek Greenway providing a short ride to Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve.
Speight Branch Greenway: This 1.3-mile greenway begins at Walnut Street, near the shopping center’s Tryon Woods Drive entrance, and extends through a wooded, flat section before reaching Cary Parkway. Extend your ride by taking the loop trail around Macedonia Lake.
Hinshaw Greenway: Explore two parks and cross a “giant” bridge on this 1.7-mile greenway trail. It connects MacDonald Woods Park with the Kids Together Playground at Marla Dorrel Park, with a bike and pedestrian bridge crossing over US 1/64.
Morris Branch Greenway: This 2-mile greenway in West Cary extends along Morris Branch, with views of Amberly Lake. The west end of the trail connects to the New Hope Church Road Trailhead and from there you can hop on the American Tobacco Trail to extend your ride!
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White Oak Creek Greenway: This 4.7 mile east to west connection across Cary has some of the newest sections of trail in town, and connects numerous parks and schools on the eastern section, and as it extends west, you’ll forget the nearby neighborhoods as you ride past scenic streams, wetlands, and natural areas.
Black Creek Greenway: This greenway is the longest trail entirely within Cary (7.1 miles) and one of the most popular too. The trail connects Bond Park to Lake Crabtree, and also provides connections to White Oak Creek Greenway.
American Tobacco Trail: Hit three counties in one ride! The popular 23-mile American Tobacco Trail begins in Apex, passes through Cary, and extends all the way to Durham. Built on old railroad bed, the trail remains flat, as it passes through residential areas, by farm fields, past streams, and ponds, and even shopping and dining areas near Southpoint.