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One of my favorite Charlotte area trails to get my long runs in. It’s flat and easy to navigate. I’m able to run 14-15 miles by taking the different offshoots. I’ve always felt safe but after a couple recent assaults on women, I’m nervous to go alone. Please stay aware of your surroundings and enjoy!

Paved trail. Not what I was looking for. That said, it was very clean, pretty and easy. Lots of shade (even in winter with bare trees). Nice playgrounds throughout for kids and nice picnic areas. Far too “civilized” for my tastes.

wandern
4 days ago

It’s so beautiful very clean and trails marked!

wandern
4 days ago

Great paved walk with scenic views and a nice boardwalk over parts of the lake.

wandern
ausgewaschen
5 days ago

Great trail for biking, running, or hiking. Paved the whole way from gate to gate. Parking areas at both ends, so a shuttle with two cars is a good way to do it if you don't want to do out and back. Point Lookout is always a beautiful view.

gehen
8 days ago

Nice paved and boardwalk trail around the lake. Easy route, great with dogs, kids enjoyed the ducks, swans, geese, fish and turtles along the way!

wandern
10 days ago

I love this trail so much. It always be there to accompany me whenever I wanna have a walking.

gehen
schlammig
13 days ago

Doreen and Joe to Squirrel Lake and back.

Laufen
13 days ago

busy trail. paved and good for running

wandern
überwachsen
13 days ago

We started the “Toby Creek Greenway” Trail at the University of North Carolina, next to Target. This is a fairly new portion of the Mecklenburg County Greenway System. This trail is recorded as 2 miles in length by the County but we extended our hike into the Autumwood neighborhood. The Toby Creek Greenway has several outlets that empty into several Charlotte communities. This is a well cared for asphalt trail with boardwalks. There is a new addition to the trail starting at Rocky River Road West (see pic) that extends the trail approximately another 1/8 mile. Although the trail itself is clear you’ll get the feeling that you’re in a nature preserve, due to the overgrown foliage. We went North but you can go the other way into the UNC Campus and continue on the trail. The trail is super wide and allows room for biking, running, dog walking and other activities. The trail is maintained by Mecklenburg County government. Nice, lightly traveled urban hike in Charlotte. Come out and explore !

gehen
privatgrundstück
15 days ago

I’m not sure why this ‘trail’ is listed here. What this is: an easy walk on pavement that starts in a shopping center and goes around a suburban community. Signs posted state that the walk is for residents only. What it’s not: hiking in nature. You’ll walk on a wide, black-top paved path the entire way, looking at the backyards of the homes on both sides of the pathway. You’ll cross over residential streets. If I lived there, it would be a nice pathway to jog around, or take the dog out for a walk. There’s no reason to go out of your way to walk here. It’s not hiking.

Mountainbiking
16 days ago

not what i was looking for. we wanted a trail for not just green, but floresent green riders. we will have to work up to this trail.

gehen
ausgewaschen
schlammig
überwachsen
16 days ago

The Little Sugar Creek Greenway is a popular destination for residents to walk, bike and run in Uptown Charlotte. This trail is part of the Carolina Thread Trail that extends through North and South Carolina. I started the trail on Elizabeth Avenue next to CPCC community college. This is one of my favorites as you can people watch while walking. The trail aligns Midtown, through Uptown and empties into the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte. After about 2.6 miles I veered left onto the Ruth Samuelson Trail. This short trail will take you past the Nature Museum, just a little further down. You can also take the bridge into Freedom Park which is a venue within itself. The trails were a little muddy under the bridges but generally clear after last nights rain. The best thing about this trail is that you can “enter” or “exit” in multiple areas. There’s a running stream the length of the trail and a man made lake inside Freedom Park. If you’re interested in exploring Charlotte’s Uptown Neighborhood, bring your camera and enter any area along the stream. Trail is fully paved and narrow in some areas, so leisure biking is a better bet. A nice route in the heart of Uptown Charlotte

rennrad
17 days ago

We did a small section between Anderson Point Park and the Auburn Knightbridge trailhead. Saw some people but not crowded at all. Some small hills which keeps it interesting. Beautiful, even in the winter!

wandern
17 days ago

Nice wide blacktop trail. Well marked. Very noisy. Pretty much runs along 440 the entire stretch. So much dog poop a foot off the blacktop. What is wrong with people??

wandern
17 days ago

Urban is an understatement.

nice, well marked, paved trail. surprisingly hilly!

gehen
20 days ago

It was an awesome Trail!!! You will be on a Asphalt Roadway or a Wooden Boardwalk and go Tru two Tunnels. The turnaround is right by the Camp Lejeune Entrance at Wilson. I did go close to the gate because I wanted to make it a little longer to at least 4 miles, and made it to 4.11 miles. I only seen 3 other people on the trail two Runners, and one Skate Boarder. I myself was walking my German Shepard Dog. Will use this Trail often now that I know it’s here.

wandern
schlammig
überflutet
21 days ago

Bill Blake’s review nailed it. Spot on.

Great flat paved well-used greenway along the Neuse starting in Clayton that connects to the the Neuse River Greenway. Some really nice views of the river, some nice and well-maintained bridges and great for bikers and runners. Pretty much go as far as you want, e.g. a nice jaunt would be to Anderson Park in SE Raleigh. Enjoy!

High traffic run route but so much to see and great run through South End

Laufen
23 days ago

Great place to run minus the cigarette smokers and flooding after storms.

wandern
23 days ago

Great loop trail that parallels the entire lake! Inclines are not bad at all as this is an easy trail to hike.

Parts of the trail are closed and so you get diverted. Specifically for my run, I was diverted to Shelly Lake, which is a fine trail, too. I just wasn’t expecting the trail to be closed where it was closed. Otherwise, the run is pretty nice!

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