Southbridge Greenway winds along the edge of a tributary floodplain and is within the Cary Park, Southbridge, and Greystone Developments. It is a combination of developer-built and federal grant funded Town of Cary projects. The highlight is a 35-foot timber bridge over the stream which eventually flows into Cary Park Lake. The southern end connects up with the Morrisville Parkway Street-Side Trail, which is nearly a mile long.
Length: 0.9 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
Features: Winds along stream flood plain
Connects To: Cary Park Lake Greenway and the Morrisville Parkway Street-Side Trail
Walking from the southern end at Morrisville Parkway you will cross Powers Ferry Way in less than a 0.1 mile. In 0.4 miles you will cross Lantern Ridge. From there head out to cross the pedestrian bridge ending at Cary Glen Boulevard for a total of 0.9 miles. From there get access to Cary Park Lake Greenway and on to Panther Creek Greenway which will eventually be extended to the ATT and to Mills Park.
Enter near the intersection of Morrisville Parkway and Futrell Drive for the southern end. There is also access at Powers Ferry Way or Lantern Ridge Lane. The northern entrance can be found where Cary Park Lake Greenway meets Cary Glen Boulevard. All parking is on-street.