Parks Pick-Me-Up

The Springfield-Greene County Park Board is launching a new series called Parks Pick Me Up, where our staff, partners and visitors share fun things to do and see in our parks.

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Aug 13

Galloway Creek Trail

Posted on August 13, 2020 at 12:35 PM by Kara Remington

Galloway Creek Greenway Trail

It’s Trail Tuesday, and today’s Parks Pick-Me-Up features one of our community’s favorite trails, Galloway Creek Greenway. Spanning from Pershing Middle School to the Old Iron Bridge across the James River, this 5-mile trail was the first in the @Ozark Greenways system to be named a National Recreation Trail in 2003. Sequiota Park is one of the most popular spots on the greenway, but it also connects to Lone Pine Park, retail areas along Lone Pine Avenue, Galloway Village and the Springfield Conservation Nature Center. Or keep exploring and connect to the James River Greenway and Trail of Honor. Please be smart on the trail: stay to the right, pass on the left and announce when you’re passing, stay six feet away from others, avoid gathering in groups, cover your coughs and sneezes, and stay home if you’re showing symptoms of illness.

Tag(s): Trails, Explore


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