FINDING YOUR WAY

Local Maps & Bike Facilities

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GREENWAYS

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Greenway Plan

Peachtree Greenway

Bethabara Park Greenway

Salem Greenway in Winter

Bowen Branch Greenway

Salem Greenway at creek close

Brushy Fork Greenway

Salem Greenway 7

Gateway Commons Greenway

Salem Lake Trail at bridge

Little Creek Greenway

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Long Branch Trail

Salem Greenway in Winter

Muddy Creek Greenway

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Newell/Massey Greenway

Salem Greenway at creek close

Peachtree Greenway

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Salem Lake Trail

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Salem Creek Greenway

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Silas Creek Greenway

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Downtown Winston-Salem Strollway

Salem Greenway in Winter

Waughtown Connector

BIKE ROUTES

Bike routes help you get around on low-traffic roads. Bicycle Routes are maintained by the City of Winston-Salem. If you have a problem with a bike route report via City Link

 

Bicycle Route Maps from the City of Winston-Salem

Route 1 - Yadkin County Connector

Route 3 - Walkertown Connector

Route 4 - East Winston Loop

Route 5 - Coliseum Loop

Route 6 - West Winston Loop

Route 7 - Baptist Loop, Burke Mill & Forsyth Connectors

Route 8 - Downtown Loop

Route 9 - Reynolds Park Loop & Salem Lake Connector

Route 10 - South East Loop

Route 11 - Old Salem Connector

NATURAL SURFACE TRAILS

For those who like to ride off road here are some natural surface trails in our area

A 7-mile loop of packed gravel beside Salem Lake. This trail is popular with walkers, runners, and cyclists. Terrain is mostly flat. Zagster bike share is available.

Tanglewood Park Trails

Three separate single-track trails rated as beginner, intermediate, and advanced.

Hobby Park Trail

7 miles of single-track with some large hills. There are alternative segments for downhill and cross-country riding.

A 7-mile loop of packed gravel beside Salem Lake. This trail is popular with walkers, runners, and cyclists. Terrain is mostly flat. Zagster bike share is available.

Tanglewood Park Trails

Three separate single-track trails rated as beginner, intermediate, and advanced.

Hobby Park Trail

7 miles of single-track with some large hills. There are alternative segments for downhill and cross-country riding.