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Park Village PhotoThis greenway starts at the community center in the Park Village Subdivision and curves around to junction with White Oak Creek Greenway between White Oak Park and Davis Drive Schools. It passes a pond and wetlands while following White Oak Creek along the way, also splitting off to the Sherwood Greens Greenway to the south 0.3 miles from the community center.

Park Village Greenway Map

GREENWAY OVERVIEW

Length: 0.7 miles

Trail Width/Surface: 10-foot wide asphalt

Used For: Walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, roller blading, pushing strollers, wheelchairs

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Special Considerations: None

Restrooms: None

Special Features: Pond

Benches: Yes

Connects To: Park Village Community Center, Sherwood Greens Greenway, White Oak Creek Greenway

DIRECTIONS

From the parking lot at the community center, the path starts near a shed on the west end of the pool area. The greenway drops down to follow along a pond, then bears right as Sherwood Greens Greenway enters on the left. The greenway winds through wetlands and crosses Park Village Drive, with a playground on the right. From there the greenway joins White Oak Creek Greenway after a short distance.

ENTRANCES

On-street parking near the community center on Park Village Drive or where the trail crosses the road farther up. The trail can be accessed from Old Dock Trail where parking is on-street.