Greenways are linear parks of land left in a natural state that provide an enjoyable course for walking, jogging, biking, and skating. Many greenways are built along the banks of rivers, streams, and lakes. High Point has over 9 miles of greenways and more are planned as the Bicentennial Greenway will connect High Point and Greensboro.
Regulations: Unauthorized motor vehicles, alcoholic beverages, drugs, and openly displayed weapons are prohibited. Dogs must be kept on leashes at all times. Bikes must stay on trails to avoid damage to vegetation and wildlife habitat.
Hours: Sunrise to sunset.
A) Armstrong Park to University Park - approximately 3.25 miles
B) 311 Bypass to Deep River Road - approximately 1/2 mile
C) Gibson Park to Piedmont Center - approximately 6 miles
High Point Greenway Map
Bicentennial Greenway Map
The greenway can be accessed at Armstrong Park, Kirkman Park School, McCain Park, the Little Red School House, Gibson Park, Piedmont Parkway and the Piedmont Environmental Center.
Refer to the map for the location of the Greenway. This map also includes a proposed section of the Greenway.
For more information on the Greenway, contact our Parks office at (336) 883-3514.