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Capital Area Greenway

The Capital Area Greenway is a network of open spaces and trails throughout Raleigh.  The concept of a greenway system was conceived in March 1974 as citizens became concerned about over rapid urbanization.  The city developed a Greenway Master Plan and the system was grown slowly and steadily since then.  Currently, there are more than 100 miles of trails in the system.  These trails are available to the public during daylight hours for outdoor recreation, including walking, jogging, bicycling, and fishing.

Directions:

There are too many trailheads and parking lots to give directions to each.  For each trail, I've listed the available parking locations.  The approximate address and GPS coordinates for each are listed to help with directions.

Map:

The following map is incomplete, but has about half of the trails in the entire greenway system, including the Neuse River Trail.  To keep it from being cluttered, I put the trails in one layer and the parking spots in another.  The addresses included come from the brochure and may not be accurate, but the GPS coordinates are.  Yellow parking icons are for parking lots and blue are for street parking.  Yellow trails are paved and orange trails are unpaved.

Greenway Trails:

Abbotts Creek Trail:

Length: 2.9 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Street parking on Falls River Avenue: 2090 Falls River Avenue (35.91492,-78.57562)
Street parking on Walkerton Drive: 248 Walkerton Drive (35.91370,-78.58771)
Street parking on Cub Trail: 9416 Cub Trail (35.90521,-78.59406)
Street parking on Smith Basin Lane: 10016 Smith Basin Lane (35.91236,-78.57612)
Street parking on Farmington Grove: 1540 Farmington Grove Drive (35.91154,-78.58257)
Parking lot at North Wake Landfill District Park: 9300 Deponie Rd (35.90983,-78.57623)
Parking lot on Bedfordton Drive: 10888 Bedfordton Drive (35.92042,-78.55975)

Abbots Creek Trail follows its namesake creek from its confluence with Neuse River to Durant Road.  The eastern trailhead is along Neuse River Trail near mile marker 2.5.  From here, the trail follows leads through a pine forest and past a heronry.  The tall pine trees surrounding an open area is prime habitat for great blue herons.  Continuing on, several boardwalks lead over swampy areas in the flood plain of the creek.  The trail returns to asphalt and comes out on Falls River Avenue.  Turn left and follow the sidewalk a short ways to where the trail turns left away from the road.  The trail runs past two entrances to North Wake Landfill District Park and then comes back out on Falls River Avenue.  Turn left and follow the sidewalk to the intersection at Durant Road.  Cross Durant Road at the crosswalk and turn right to follow the sidewalk to Cub Trail at the western trailhead.

Baileywick Trail:

Length: 0.6 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Baileywick Park: 9501 Baileywick Road (35.90780,-78.66827)

Baileywick Trail is a short paved trail that leads from Strickland Road north to Baileywick Road, passing through Baileywick Park.  The trail starts at Strickland Road, heading north less than 0.1 miles to a crossing of Davishire Road.  After passing behind some homes, the trail enters Baileywick Park running along the west side of the park and terminating at the park's entrance on Baileywick Road.

Birch Ridge Connector:

Length: 0.3 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Birch Ridge Connector is a wide sidewalk along Birch Ridge Drive that leads from Poole Road to Walnut Creek Softball Complex.

Centennial Bikeway Connector:

Length: 2.3 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at State Farmers Market: 1201 Agriculture Street (35.76194, -78.66304)
Parking lot on South Boylan Avenue: 840 South Boylan Avenue (35.77111,-78.65317)

Centennial Bikeway Connector is a 2.5-mile trail leading from the North Carolina State Farmers Market through NC State University Centennial Campus.  The building of a church has eliminated part of the trail; where it ends along Centennial Parkway, cross the street and follow Nazareth Street.  Just before Western Boulevard, turn right on Crusader Drive and pick up the greenway trail further down.  The trail follows Western Boulevard towards downtown, ending at Hunt Drive, across from Central Prison.  Rocky Branch Trail intersects at this point.

Crabtree Creek Trail:

Length: 14.6 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot on Lindsay Drive: 4000 Lindsay Drive (35.84172,-78.70562)
Street parking on Alamance Drive: 3400 Alamance Drive (35.83587,-78.66241)
Parking lot at North Hills Park: 100 Chowan Circle (35.83791,-78.65829)
Street parking on North Hills Drive: 2101 North Hills Drive (35.83979,-78.66981)
Parking lot on Century Drive: 2209 Century Drive (35.83832,-78.67249)
Parking lot at Crabtree View: 4225 Glenwood Avenue (35.83738,-78.67392)
Parking lot at Crabtree Valley Mall: 4121 Blue Ridge Road (35.83628,-78.67627)
Parking lot at Lassiter Mill: 3300 Lassiter Mill Road (35.82633,-78.65012)
Street parking on Claremont Road: 2925 Anderson Drive (35.82135,-78.63511)
Parking lot on Galax Drive: 4332 Galax Drive (35.84451,-78.69327)
Parking lot on Glenwood Avenue: 5171 Glenwwod Avenue (35.84499, -78.69189)
Street parking on Alleghany Drive: 3400 Alleghany Drive (35.83227,-78.65708)
Street parking on Hertford Street: 520 Hertford Street (35.82762,-78.65401)
Street parking on Rothgeb Drive: 2739 Rothgeb Drive (35.82126, -78.64216)
Street parking on Marlowe Road: 301 Marlowe Road (35.82310,-78.63995)

Crabtree Creek Trail follows its namesake creek from its confluence with Neuse River to Lindsey Drive in northwest Raleigh.

East Fork Mine Creek Trail:

Length: 2.5 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Street parking on Bent Creek Drive: 8000 Bent Creek Drive (35.87413,-78.64742)
Parking lot at West Millbrook Middle School: 8115 Strickland Road (35.89401,-78.63166)

East Fork Mine Creek Trail follows its namesake creek from the confluence with Mine Creek north to Strickland Road.  The southern terminus is along Mine Creek Trail at the points where it changes from paved to unpaved north of Lynn Road.  The trail follows the creek a short ways and comes out on Longstreet Drive.  Walk along the sidewalk to the intersection with Six Forks Road and turn left.  Follow the sidewalk on the west side of Six Forks Road up to the stoplight at Newton Road and cross using the crosswalk.  Follow the sidewalk on the north side of Newton Road a short ways and pick up the greenway trail again to the left.  The trail continues to follow East Fork Mine Creek for about three quarters of a mile before crossing Old Deer Trail.  The greenway portion then soon comes to an end where it meets Clear Brook Drive.  Turn left and follow the sidewalk to Mourning Dove Road and turn left.  Walk to the first intersection and turn right on Running Cedar Trail.  Follow to the end at Strickland Road and turn right.  The northern terminus is across the pedestrian crosswalk a just ahead on the north side of Strickland Road.

Edwards Mill Connector:

Length: 1.3 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at PNC Arena: 10 RBC Center Road (35.80089,-78.72545)

Edwards Mill Connector is a sidewalk trail that follows its namesake road.  The trail begins at the intersection of Edwards Mill and Trinity Road and heads north.  Use care when crossing at the Wade Avenue Interchange and be sure to use the crosswalk.  The trail ends at Reedy Creek Road with access to Reedy Creek Trail.

Hare Snipe Creek Trail:

Length: 2.3 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Lake Lynn Community Center: 7921 Ray Road (35.88849,-78.69804)
Parking lot at Lake Lynn Dam: 7370 Leesville Road (35.87245,-78.69786)
Parking lot at Wooten Meadow Park: 2801 W Milbrook Road (35.86196,-78.69520)
Street parking on Glenharden Drive: 7609 Glenharden Drive (35.88271,-78.70188)

Hare Snipe Creek Trail leads from Wooten Meadow Park on Millbrook Road to Lake Lynn Park and Community Center on Ray Road, roughly following Hare Snipe Creek upstream.  From the southern trailhead at Wooten Meadow Park, the trail follows Leesville Road heading north to Lynn Road.  Initially, the trail follows left (west) side of Leesville Road along the sidewalk.  At the intersection with Ray Road, use the crosswalk to cross Leesville Road and continue to follow the sidewalk on the east side of the street.  At Lynn Road, cross at the crosswalk and turn right to follow the sidewalk on the north side of Lynn Road to Lake Lynn Park.  Turn left to enter the park and follow the Lake Lynn Trail along the west side of the lake.  See my Lake Lynn page for more description of this section of the trail.  At the northern end of the lake, turn left again to follow the connector trail to Lake Lynn Community Center and the northern terminus of the trail.

Honeycutt Creek Trail:

Length: 3.8 miles
Surface: Paved and unpaved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Honeycutt Park: 1032 Clear Creek Farm Road (35.90409,-78.62498)
Parking lot at West Millbrook Middle School: 8115 Strickland Road (35.89401,-78.63166)

Honeycutt Creek Trail is a paved and unpaved trail following its namesake creek from Raven Ridge Road to Strickland Road.   The trail ends at Raven Ridge Road near the western trailhead for Section 1 of Falls Lake Trail, part of the statewide Mountains-to-Sea Trail.  This unpaved section, which is a little over a mile and a half, runs through game land where hunting is seasonally permitted.  The city has provided orange vests during hunting season for hikers along this section.  The unpaved section ends at the intersection of Durant and Honeycutt Roads.  The trail follows Honeycutt Road southbound on the east side of the road.  At the intersection with Loniker Drive, the trail crosses Honeycutt Road and continues along the opposite side to Honeycutt Park.  The trail winds around the park and then switchbacks down to a tunnel below I-540.  Past the tunnel, the trail passes a small pond in a neighborhood and crosses Chatterson Drive.  From here the trail follows the sidewalk along Carriage Tour Lane to Strickland Road.  Turn right to lead to the end of the trail at the pedestrian crossing of Strickland Road.  East Fork Mine Creek Trail picks up on the other side.

House Creek Trail:

Length: 2.8 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Crabtree Valley Mall: 4121 Blue Ridge Road (35.83628,-78.67627)
Parking lot on Glen Eden Drive: 1510 Glen Eden Drive (35.82706,-78.68497)
Parking lot on Eden Croft Drive: 3705 Eden Croft Drive (35.82895,-78.68466)
Parking lot on Horton Street: 3501 Horton Street (35.81146,-78.69106)

House Creek Trail is a roughly 3-mile trail that follows its namesake form the confluence with Crabtree Creek to Reedy Creek Trail at Wade Avenue, roughly following I-440.  The trail begins as a split from Crabtree Creek Trail at the southeastern corner of Crabtree Valley Mall by the McDonald's.  The trail follows the sidewalk along Blue Ridge Road a short ways before crossing and entering Marshall Memorial Park.  After passing through the park and past some apartments, the trail leads through Glen Eden Park.  At Glen Eden Drive, turn left and follow the sidewalk across the bridge over I-440 and then take the tunnel to pass under Glen Eden Drive.  The trail continues following House Creek upstream, passing the area where the first section of the Capital Area Greenway was built and then running through a tunnel underneath Lake Boone Trail.  Just after the tunnel, where the trail cuts to the right and a small tributary flows under the trail and into House Creek.  Normally, it's barely a wet rock, but in high water, it's a nice waterfall, considering it's inside the beltline.  The trail then comes out on Horton Street and follows the sidewalk past some new developments.  Where the road turns to the left, the trail goes straight a little ways further.  House Creek flows under I-440; the trail departs from the creek and heads up to intersect Reedy Creek Trail, just east of the pedestrian bridge over the interstate.

Lake Johnson East Loop:

Length: 2.8 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Lake Johnson Waterfront Program Center: 4601 Avent Ferry Road (35.76289, -78.71384)
South parking lot at Lake Johnson: 5051 Avent Ferry Road (35.75861, -78.71690)
Parking lot at Lake Johnson Dam: 1320 Lake Dam Road (35.76311, -78.70402)

Lake Johnson East Loop is a 3-mile paved trail around the east side of Lake Johnson.  The trail connects to Lake Johnson Park and Lake Johnson Nature Preserve.  The north side of the loop is part of the Walnut Creek Trail, which extends east to Neuse River Trail.  See my Lake Johnson page for more information.

Lake Johnson West Loop:

Length: 2.1 miles
Surface: Unpaved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Lake Johnson Waterfront Program Center: 4601 Avent Ferry Road (35.76289, -78.71384)
South parking lot at Lake Johnson: 5051 Avent Ferry Road (35.75861, -78.71690)
Parking lot at Athens Drive High School: 1040 Avent Ferry Road (35.76953, -78.71738)

Lake Johnson West Loop is a 2-mile unpaved trail around the west side of Lake Johnson.  The trail connects to Lake Johnson Park and Lake Johnson Nature Preserve.  The north side of the loop is part of the Walnut Creek Trail, which extends east to Neuse River Trail.  See my Lake Johnson page for more information.

Lake Lynn Loop:

Length: 1.9 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Lake Lynn Community Center: 7921 Ray Road (35.88849,-78.69804)
Parking lot Lake Lynn Dam: 7370 Leesville Road (35.87245,-78.69786)
Street parking on Glenharden Drive: 7609 Glenharden Drive (35.88271,-78.70188)

The Lake Lynn Loop is a 2-mile boardwalk and paved greenway trail around Lake Lynn in North Raleigh.  The trail connects to Lake Lynn Park and Community Center at the north end of the lake and connects to Hare Snipe Creek Trail at the south end of the lake.  See my Lake Lynn page for more information.

Mine Creek Trail:

Length: 4.1 miles
Surface: Paved and unpaved trail

Parking Access:

Street parking on Bent Creek Drive: 8000 Bent Creek Drive (35.87413,-78.64742)
Parking lot at Sertoma Art Center: 1400 W Millbrook Road (35.85844,-78.66537)
Parking lot at Shelley Lake Dam: 1140 W Millbrook Road (35.85640,-78.66225)
Street parking on Stannard Trail: 1800 Stannard Trail (35.84718,-78.66621)
Street parking on North Hills Drive: 5109 North Hills Drive (35.84803,-78.66011)
Street parking on North Hills Drive: 4797 North Hills Drive (35.84257,-78.66188)
Street parking on Sawmill Road: 413 Sawmill Road (35.88173,-78.65298)
Street parking on Lakeway Drive: 6320 Lakeway Drive (35.86381,-78.66084)
Street parking on Rushingbrook Drive: 6344 Rushingbrook Drive (35.86486,-78.66570)
Street Parking on North Hills Drive: 6025 North Hills Drive (35.86439,-78.65413)

Mine Creek Trail is a 4.1 mile trail that follows Mine Creek from its confluence at Crabtree Creek to Sawmill Road.  The trail begins at Crabtree Creek Trail just north of I-440 near Crabtree Valley Mall.  Following Mine Creek north, the trail comes to a road crossing at North Hills Drive.  Across the street, the trail picks back up running behind homes along the creek.  This section, from Crabtree Creek to Shelley Lake, was formerly called Ironwood Segment.  The trail leads under Millbrook Road and turns to the right to follow the eastern shore of Shelley Lake north.  See my Shelley Lake page for more description of this section of the trail.  Near the northern end of the lake, Snelling Branch Trail splits to the right.  When the trail reaches the northern end of the lake, turn right to stay on Mine Creek Trail, where left continues around Shelley Lake.  This section of trail was formerly called Bent Creek Segment.  The trail leads through a tunnel under North Hills Drive and then again under Lynn Road before reaching a fork.  The right fork is East Fork Mine Creek Trail.  Bear left to stay on Mine Creek Trail, which is unpaved for the remainder.  There are some scenic granite outcrops along this section.  The northern trailhead is at Sawmill Road.  The unpaved section was formerly called Sawmill Segment.

Neuse River Trail:

Length: 27.5 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot on Falls of Neuse Road: 12088 Falls of Neuse Road (35.93935,-78.57857)
Parking lot on Falls River Avenue: 3324 Falls River Avenue (35.92854,-78.55924)
Parking lot on Bedfordton Drive: 10888 Bedfordton Drive (35.92042,-78.55975)
Parking lot on Thornton Road: 6100 Thornton Road (35.90184,-78.54039)
Parking lot at Horseshoe Farm Nature Preserve: 2928 Horseshoe Farm Rd (35.88749,-78.53366)
Parking lot on Trailhead Lane: 198 Trailhead Lane (35.87663,-78.53474)
Parking lot on Buffaloe Road: 6501 Buffaloe Road (35.84792,-78.53095)
Parking lot at Buffaloe Road Aquatic Center: 5812 Buffaloe Road (35.83810,-78.53543)
Parking lot on Abington Lane: 2800 Abington Ln (35.81591,-78.54312)
Parking lot at Milburnie Park: 5428 Allen Drive (35.80127,-78.54115)
Parking lot on Anderson Point Drive: 22 Anderson Point Drive (35.77494,-78.54315)
Parking lot at Anderson Point Park: 20 Anderson Point Drive (35.77243,-78.54257)
Parking lot on Poole Road: 1721 Riverview Road (35.75458,-78.53375)
Parking lot on Auburn Knightdale Road: 3241 Auburn Knightdale Road (35.72542,-78.51518)
Parking lot on Mial Plantation Road: 6090 Mial Plantation Road (35.70443,-78.47731)
Street parking on Myakka Court: 5956 Myakka Court (35.88965,-78.54037)
Street parking on Buffaloe Road: 5812 Buffaloe Rd (35.84121,-78.53373)

Neuse River Trail, at 27.5 miles, is the longest trail in the Capital Area Greenway.  The entire trail is a part of the statewide Mountains-to-Sea Trail and part of the trail is also part of the East Coast Greenway.

Reedy Creek Trail:

Length: 5.0 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at NC Museum of Art: 2110 Blue Ridge Road (35.80978,-78.70478)

Reedy Creek Trail

Richland Creek Trail:

Length: 3.1 miles
Surface: Unpaved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at PNC Arena: 10 RBC Center Road (35.80089,-78.72545)

Richland Creek Trail is a 3-mile trail that follows its namesake from near the PNC Arena to Umstead State Park.  The trail begins at the Greenway parking on E. Stephen Shroud Way near the arena.  In a short ways, the trail passes under Edwards Mill Road and then through a much longer tunnel under Wade Avenue.  This tunnel is always wet and floods after a heavy rain.  On the other side of the tunnel, you'll need to use a rope to get to the other side of Richland Creek.  Turn left and follow the creek downstream, entering Schenck Forest (See my Carl Alwin Schenck Memorial Forest page for more information).  This area is owned by NC State University as a teaching and research forest, but the public is allowed to hike through.  Dogs and bicycles are prohibited, however.  The trail runs through the forest for about 1.5 miles, always staying close to the creek.  As a floodplain, this area is often very muddy.  Once through the forest, you'll come to Reedy Creek Road.  Cross the street and turn right, following Reedy Creek Trail a short ways, then turn left to head back into the woods.  Running behind some houses and along the shore of a lake on Richland Creek.  Past the dam, turn left to head down past the outflow from the lake and turn right to head back into the woods.  The trail ends at the boundary to Umstead State Park (See my William B. Umstead State Park page for more information).  The trail continues as Loblolly Trail in the park.

Rocky Branch Trail:

Length: 3.8 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot on South Boylan Avenue: 840 South Boylan Avenue (35.77111,-78.65317)
Parking lot at Pullen Park: 520 Ashe Avenue (35.77894,-78.66272)

Rocky Branch is an almost 4-mile paved trail following its namesake creek through downtown Raleigh.  The trail starts at the intersection with Walnut Creek Trail near Eliza Pool Park.  Following Rocky Branch upstream, the trail crosses Fayetteville Road and through a tunnel under South Dawson/McDowell Street.  It then crosses South Saunders Street and runs roughly parallel to Western Boulevard.  At Hunt Drive, cross Western Boulevard near Central Prison and follow the street on the opposite side.  Centennial Bikeway Connector is across the street on the south side.  After crossing Ashe Avenue, the trail runs along Pullen Park and then heads through the campus of NC State University.  At Dan Allen Drive, the trail follows Sullivan Drive on the north side of the street to Gorman Street.  Cross Gorman and follow the sidewalk to Hillsborough Street at the trail's terminus.  Reedy Creek Trail is across the street.

Shelley Lake Loop:

Length: 2.1 miles (loop)
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Sertoma Art Center: 1400 W Millbrook Road (35.85844,-78.66537)
Parking lot at Shelley Lake Dam: 1140 W Millbrook Road (35.85640,-78.66225)
Street parking on Lakeway Drive: 6320 Lakeway Drive (35.86381,-78.66084)
Street Parking on North Hills Drive: 6025 North Hills Drive (35.86439,-78.65413)

The Shelley Lake Loop is a 2-mile boardwalk and paved greenway trail around Shelley Lake.  The trail connects to Shelley Lake and Sertoma Art Center Park, as well as connections to Mine Creek Trail and Snelling Branch Trail.  See my Shelley Lake page for more information.

Simms Branch Trail:

Length: 1.7 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Street Parking on Cub Trail: 9416 Cub Trail (35.90521,-78.59406)
Street Parking on Hiking Trail: 3000 Hiking Trail (35.89838,-78.58760)
Parking lot at Durant Nature Preserve: 8555 Camp Durant Road (35.89510,-78.57918)
Parking lot at Durant Middle School: 10401 Durant Road (35.90352,-78.58662)

Simms Branch Trail is a paved trail that leads from Abbotts Creek Trail to Durant Nature Preserve.  The trail starts at the intersection of Durant Road and Cub Trail at the western terminus of Abbotts Creek Trail.  Following Simms Branch downstream, the trail passes behind Durant Middle School.  There are some scenic sections along the creek here.  After passing the school, the trail crosses Hiking Trail and continues following its namesake downstream.  On the opposite side of the creek is Durant Nature Preserve.  The trail then crosses Camp Durant Road at the north entrance to Durant Nature Preserve and leads a short ways further to its eastern terminus.

Snelling Branch Trail:

Length: 0.8 miles
Surface: Paved trail

Parking Access:

Parking lot at Optimist Park: 799 Northclift Drive (35.86409,-78.64779)
Street Parking on Dixon Drive: 6190 Dixon Drive (35.86314,-78.65236)
Street Parking on North Hills Drive: 6025 North Hills Drive (35.86439,-78.65413)

Snelling Branch Trail is a paved trail that runs from Shelley Lake to Optimist Park.  The trail starts on Shelley Lake Loop/Mine Creek Trail at the northeastern part of the loop.  From here, it follows Snelling Branch upstream.  In less than a quarter-mile, the trail crosses North Hills Drive and heads back into the woods.  After crossing Snelling Branch, which has very little water unless there's been recent rain, the trail heads up and passes the athletic fields at Optimist Park before reaching the terminus at the parking lot.

Wakefield Trail:

Length: 1.4 miles
Surface: Paved and unpaved trail trail

Parking Access:

Street Parking on Dunard Street: 12405 Dunard St (35.94594,-78.55677)
Street Parking on London Bell Drive: 2926 London Bell Drive (35.94850,-78.55633)

Wakefield Trail follows a power line clearing from Dunard Street to Falls of Neuse Road.  The first section from Dunard Street to London Bell Drive is unpaved and somewhat overgrown.  Across London Bell Drive, the trail becomes paved and runs through Wakefield Plantation gold course.  At Wakefield Plantation Drive, cross the street and turn right to follow the sidewalk for a short ways.  Turn left to get back on the greenway trail.  It leads about another half-mile to the terminus at Falls of Neuse Road.

Wildlife:

Sunflowers:

While the sunflowers are not wild, they do put on quite a show towards the end of June and early July.  The Neuse River Trail runs near Raleigh's Neuse River Wastewater Treatment Plant at the southeastern end near the Johnston County line.  Biosolids, the residual solid matter after wastewater treatment, are disposed of by application to nearby fields.  To prevent run off, sunflowers are planted in the biosolids and the seeds are harvested to produce biofuelds.  To view the sunflowers, hike the Neuse River Trail between Auburn-Knightdale Road and Mial Plantation Road trailheads.  You can see them from the trail where it runs along Old Baucom Road.

Blog Entries:

18Nov2017 - Milburnie Dam Removal

08Jul2017 - Sunflowers on the Neuse

25Apr2017 - Waterfall in Raleigh!

External Links:

City of Raleigh website: http://www.raleighnc.gov/arts/content/PRecDesignDevelop/Articles/CapitalAreaGreenwayTrailSystem.html