Reedy Creek Greenway PhotoReedy Creek Greenway is a developer-built connector that goes from North Harrison Avenue through the Governors Row Subdivision with a 10 foot wide concrete street-side trail to a point near the end of Westongate Way where it dips down behind houses to join up with the Black Creek Greenway. Plans are for this greenway to be extended to the east across Harrison Avenue to join up with future greenways in that area.

Reedy Creek Greenway Map


Length: 0.4 miles

Trail Width/Surface: 10-foot wide concrete and asphalt

Used For: Walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, roller blading, pushing strollers, wheelchairs

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Special Considerations: None

Restrooms: None

Features: None

Benches: Yes

Connects To: Black Creek Greenway


Traveling along North Harrison turn west onto Westongate Way to find this greenway. The other way to reach it is to be traveling along Black Creek Greenway and to take the turn-off to the east which is about half way between East Dynasty Drive and the Homestead Drive entrances. Reedy Creek Greenway is marked with a Town of Cary greenway sign.


All parking is on-street. Find an entrance along Westongate Way.