About the Neuse River Greenway

 

Neuse River Greenway

Neuse River Greenway

The Neuse River Trail is a 10-foot wide asphalt path extending from Falls Lake Dam to the Wake County line, a distance of 33 miles. Along the eastern outskirts of Raleigh, the Neuse River Trail follows the river from Falls Lake Dam to the Wake/Johnston County line. There are several river crossings along the way, including two on suspension bridges. The scenic, tree-lined trail offers numerous wildlife viewing opportunities, especially on its boardwalks through wetland areas.

Open to both cyclists and pedestrians, the Neuse River Trail is the longest greenway trail in North Carolina and the longest paved trail between northern Virginia and western Georgia.

 


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Photographs by: George Randy Bass

 


Google Maps View taken at Bridges Lake on the Neuse River Greenway.