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Morrisville Greenway

The town of Morrisville has a small greenway system that is growing in length.  Currently, there are two main trails in the system, totaling about 3.5 miles.



Hatcher Creek Greenway:

Hatcher Creek Greenway is a newer trail, completed in 2018.  The trail starts at Davis Drive and heads east following Hatch Creek downstream.  After passing Morrisville Community Park, there is a parking area for the greenway on Kudrow Lane.  The trail leads across a long boardwalk through a swampy area and ends at Town Hall Drive across Morrisville Carpenter Road from the Indian Creek Greenway Trailhead.  Crabtree Creek Greenway continues east; a trail underpass below Chapel Hill Road is to be constructed in 2019.

Indian Creek Greenway:

Indian Creek Greenway starts at Indian Creek Park at the intersection of Town Hall Drive and Morrisville Carpenter Road.  The trail runs about a quarter-mile before intersecting with Town Hall Drive.  Turn left and follow the sidewalk northwest for less than a half-mile and turn left to get back on the greenway.  The trail continues to follow Indian Creek upstream for about another mile to Town Hall Drive.  Go left and follow the sidewalks a short ways to the northern terminus at McCrimmon Parkway.

Shiloh Greenway:

The Shiloh Greenway was one of the first paths identified for the greenway system in 2002.  The paved trail starts at McCrimmon Parkway, across from Town Hall Drive, and heads north along the powerline right-of-way towards NC-540 and then turns east towards Church Street, terminating at Weaver Forest Way.

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