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Pirates Cove PhotoStarting at the end of Greenwood Circle, this greenway heads south along a wooded stream edge. At the southern end a connection to MacDonald Woods Park can be found by traveling a short distance alongside Kildonan Place and then Glengarry Circle. From MacDonald Woods Park you can head north along Hinshaw Greenway back up to Greenwood Circle which makes a walk/bike loop. You can also access Marla Dorrel Park and the Kids Together Playground by heading south on Hinshaw Greenway. There is a public art installation on the Pedestrian Bridge crossing US Hwy 1/64, as well as a number of public art pieces at Kids Together Playground.

Pirates Cove MapGREENWAY OVERVIEW

Length: 0.7 miles

Trail Width/Surface: 10-foot paved asphalt

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

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Special Considerations: None

Facilities: Restrooms at Marla Dorrel Park

Features: None

Benches: Yes

Connects To: Hinshaw Greenway via Kildonan Place to Glengarry Drive

DIRECTIONS

Pirates Cove Greenway starts at the intersection of Vickie Drive and Greenwood Circle and heads south to Kildonan Place. Access can be made at Kinston Ridge, where there is a short connector.

ENTRANCES

Enter near the intersection of Greenwood Circle and Vickie Drive for at the northern end. Kingston Ridge Road gives access using a short connector. The southern entrance can be found at Kildonan Place off Glengarry Drive. All parking is on-street.