This greenway branches off from the White Oak Creek Greenway and heads north along the Crabtree Creek tributary within Fred G. Bond Metro Park. Although it only goes a short distance through the park, the master plan calls for this greenway to connect up to an existing pedestrian underpass under Cary Parkway. From there it will head north, crossing into Morrisville and back into Cary, eventually connecting to the segment of Crabtree Creek Greenway slated to run along the south shore of Lake Crabtree to reach Black Creek Greenway.
The trail segment along the south shore of Lake Crabtree from Evans Road to Black Creek Greenway will be under construction starting in April 2017 with completion planned for Fall 2018.
Length: 0.3 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
Special Features: Baseball fields
Connects To: White Oak Creek Greenway, Bond Park Lake Trail
From the far western corner of the Ropes Course Shelter Parking Lot at the western end of the Metro Park Drive in Fred G. Bond Metro Park you can access the greenway that heads south past baseball fields on the right. The trail ends at the White Oak Creek Greenway. Turn left, and you will come upon a junction with the Bond Park Lake Trail. To the right, the trail quickly leaves the park, traveling along the White Oak Creek Greenway on its way to the SW Cary Parkway and points beyond.
Enter the trail from the White Oak Creek Greenway in the south after the turn-off for the Bond Park Lake Trail or from the parking lot near the Ropes Course Shelter at the western end of Metro Park Drive in Fred G. Bond Metro Park.