The greenway is a series of beautiful, wooded trails along the banks of the Broad River winding up around Jolly Mountain and Flint Hill. There are nearly 13-miles of interconnected trails of varying distances and difficulty. Many of the trails see extensive equestrian use and do tend to hold water in wet seasons. There is a small user fee but ample parking, restrooms at the start and trail marking.
More information can be found at the park website: broadrivergreenway.com/
The park can also be used as a put-in or take-out for paddling. See detailed information on our Broad River Paddle Trail page.
WHERE: Hwy 150 just south of Boiling Springs NC
DIRECTIONS: The greenway is located in southern Cleveland County just east of Rutherford County and runs along the Broad River.
Let someone know where you will be and when you plan to return. On a long-distance hike, leave behind a copy of your itinerary.