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Black Creek Greenway

  • Address: 2139 Old Reedy Creek Rd., Old Reedy Creek Rd. Trailhead, Cary, NC 27513
  • Area: Cary
  • Phone: 919.469.4061

About

At 7.1 miles in length, the Black Creek Greenway is one of the Town of Cary's longest greenway trails. Beginning at the Old Reedy Creek Rd. trailhead overlooking Lake Crabtree (which has bathrooms and more than 80 parking spaces available), the trail moves south, passing through North Cary Park and ultimately reaching Fred G. Bond Metro Park (where it connects to the White Oak Creek Greenway for an additional 7+ miles moving west). The greenway is open to walkers, hikers, cyclists, leashed pets, children and other users from dawn to dusk.

  • About

    At 7.1 miles in length, the Black Creek Greenway is one of the Town of Cary's longest greenway trails. Beginning at the Old Reedy Creek Rd. trailhead overlooking Lake Crabtree (which has bathrooms and more than 80 parking spaces available), the trail moves south, passing through North Cary Park and ultimately reaching Fred G. Bond Metro Park (where it connects to the White Oak Creek Greenway for an additional 7+ miles moving west). The greenway is open to walkers, hikers, cyclists, leashed pets, children and other users from dawn to dusk.