Traffic: Hiking & Biking
Amenities: Library, Butterfly Garden, Meadow Lark Sanctuary
Price Park is a natural oasis tucked away in Greensboro’s northwestern suburbs. The trails at Price Park meander through natural open space, abounding with plant and wildlife. The Evergreen Trail traverses mixed deciduous and coniferous forest types that provide natural habitat to a variety of native and exotic plants, insects, birds, and animals. The trail also serves the Kathleen Clay Edwards Family Branch Library as an outdoor classroom. The paved section of Price Park Greenway connects across Hobbs Road to the gravel section, offering an excellent place for walking or running. Future plans are in development for linking Price Park Greenway to the Bicentennial Greenway at Carolyn S. Allen Community Park, just north of Horse Pen Creek.View a detailed map.