Located in Northeast Greensboro, Keely Park offers a variety of options for recreation. It has 6 shelters, a Community Garden, bike trails, BMX Pump Track, cornhole pads, walking trails, exercise, equipment, fishing, Up in the AIR accessible playground, a spray ground/splash pad, and an 18 hole Disc Golf course. It is a great place to…Read more
The Iron Ore Belt Access (6080 N. Church St., Greensboro) is a day-use area with a 3.8-mile trail with wetland views of the Haw River. The Summit Environmental Education and Conference Center (339 Conference Center Dr., Browns Summit) has 2.5 miles of trails and conference center amenities for up to 180 guests.
Explore the city on foot, ride top-rated mountain biking trails or experience nature overlooking gorgeous lakes. Enjoy all of this on almost 100 miles of paved greenways and nature trails. Hours: open daily sunrise to sunset. Refer to posted hours within parks.
The park offers a variety of sports facilities, including two multipurpose fields, Stoner-White Stadium, Lewis Baseball Field and Spencer Love Tennis Center with 19 championship clay courts; two volleyball/badminton courts and playground areas for children. Forest Lawn Drive, off Pisgah Church Rd., adjacent to Country Park.
See 19 different labeled plant collections, special garden displays and distinctive features within a 17-acre portion of Lindley Park. The natural beauty of this area is inviting, and the planted collections provide year-round appeal. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. Free. Hours:…Read more
The park features a visitor center, the Rain Garden and Walled Pond, the Michel Family Children’s Garden, and the Greensboro Heritage Garden, which includes the Heritage Plaza, Icon Water Feature, and Entry Wall. Unique public artwork is displayed throughout the garden. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in…Read more