Greensboro Trails Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Greensboro’s Lake Brandt watershed is unique in a state where many reservoirs are subdivision sites for million-dollar McMansions. At least for now, there’s a relative lack
of development and a growing network of wonderful trails, even newly preserved land, such as the Richardson-Taylor tract, where the new, volunteer-built Bill Craft Trail is a premier day hike.
On the way from Greensboro, before hiking these trails, consider sampling the Greensboro Science Center, a growing nature museum, planetarium, and zoo of regional significance (greensboroscience .org; 336-288-3769). Descriptions of the following trails are included: Greensboro Watershed Trails; The Latham Park and Lake Daniel Greenways; Greensboro Gardens—Arboretum, Bog Garden, and Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden; Guilford Courthouse National Military Park."