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Greenway Trail


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A beautiful paved walk meandering several miles along the New River, crossing a covered bridge, and several other stone and wooden bridges. Landscaped, with flowers, birds, butterflies, picnic tables and lovely park benches for resting. The Greenway Trail is open year-round, free of charge, located off State Farm Road in Boone, or can be accessed at the Watauga Parks & Recreation Center.




Address:
231 Complex Drive
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828)264-9511


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