Gary Shell Cross City Trail
The Cross-City Trail is a nearly 15 mile off-road, multi-use trail that runs from Wade Park, through Halyburton Park and Empie Park to the Heide-Trask Drawbridge at the Intracoastal Waterway. The trail provides bicycle and pedestrian access to numerous recreational, cultural and educational destinations in Wilmington. More information
Greenfield LakeGreenfield Park (located behind 302 Willard Street) The paved path that runs around Greenfield Lake is 4.8 miles long. There is ample parking and restrooms at this location.
Halyburton Park4099 S. 17th St,Wilmington | 341.0075 1.3 mile paved path that goes around Halyburton Park Also connects to the Gary Shell Cross City Trail.
Maides Park1101 Manly Avenue, 910.341.7867
Paved path that is 4/10 of a mile long
Military Cutoff Trail
This paved path on Military Cutoff runs from Eastwood Road to Gordon Road and is approximately 2.28 miles.
River to Sea Bikeway
The River to the Sea Bikeway is an 11-mile, on and off-road bicycle route that follows the Historic Beach Car Line, which years ago carried vacationers from downtown Wilmington to Wrightsville Beach by trolley. The bikeway is comprised of neighborhood residential streets, off-road multi-use paths, and a few busy arterial roadways. More information Map
The Riverwalk is located in downtown Wilmington adjacent to the Cape Fear River. The 1.75 miles of scenic walkway that runs from Governor's Landing (Nun St) to Harnett Street. More Information
Summer Rest Trail1981 Eastwood Road
Path is 1.15 miles
Wade Park3500 Bethel Road, Wilmington | 910.341.7852
1/2 mile paved path that goes around the Wade Park. There is limited parking as well as restrooms at this park. Wade Park is also the starting point for the Gary Shell Cross-City Trail.