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.
Keep your maps in a plastic bag to protect them from the rain and know how to use them. GPS units are great, but they are not substitutes for knowing how to use a map and compass.