Reedy Creek Nature Preserve Trail is a 3.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Charlotte, NC that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Visited for the first time today and I have nothing negative to say! There's a basketball and volleyball court, a baseball and soccer field, a dog park, playgrounds, picnic areas, and of course many different hiking trails. I hiked a few miles today and it was very pleasant. Definitely will be visiting again soon.
Great wilderness feeling while hiking this trail.
not clearly marked trail.
A great moderate hike, such a pretty park right in the city!!!
Nice easy beginner trail. Not sure why it is rated moderate? Cool get away in a big city.
Nice trail, but definitely need to be marked better. No trail maps provided either
Great gem close to the city
Walked this trail and took fork to Robison Rock House Ruins. Great hike, but watch for snakes. Was sitting on a rock, thought I had looked and a copperhead was nearby. According to nature center the ruins are a hot spot for them, which makes total sense with the number of hidey holes! Gorgeous views and is a nice place to hike in summer, since the canopy keeps the trail cooler than in sunshine.
Really easy trail. There aren't much incline so if you want just a long trail without having to go up high, this trail is for you. There's also a nice area to fish if you are into that.
Fun easy hike
It was nice! A lot of trails to pick from and a lot of activities to pick from if you don't like hiking. Only problem is trail were not well marked.
The system of trails at Reedy Creek allows one to hike many more miles than described above. I hiked 5 miles on a moderate trail. This parks has lots to offer.
Great walk/hike. The hardest trails are not that difficult with small changes in elevation. There's multiple trails here that one can do. Trails are not real busy.
Good easy close by hike.
Nice park in north part of Charlotte/Meck, has a dog park, soccer fields, pond etc. Basic hiking trails through nicely wooded areas. Have visited here many times with my dog, and invariably run across those people that don't get it. Dogs can be off their leash in the dog park, but need to be on their leashes outside of the fences! I ithink perhaps I am going to put a leash around the next obtuse dog owner we run in to ;+)
Awesome park! I go a few times a month with my dogs. They have disk golf as well as play grounds and covered shelters. It can be easy to get lost in the trials but it all goes back to the same place so you just have to keep walking. Still a good park the trails are nice as well.
Easy trail. Good for families with kids.
It wasn't the quiet peaceful nature hike I hoped for, but once I made it into the back trails I did have a good walk and saw a nice sized black rat snake among other things.