Due to recent heavy rain in the area, many streams and rivers are experiencing flooding. We recommend you check the trail map below and/or contact your local municipality to find out if a trail is closed. Please use caution if accessing the trails, and remain patient as our team works to clear them after waters recede. Thank you.

Granite Lake Park Trail

Trail Tips

See and Be Seen

Bring a flashlight or headlamp and wear reflective clothing when out after dark.


   Trailhead and Parking Address: Salisbury, NC 28146  MAP


Carolina Thread Trail connects the two parks for the enjoyment of dog walkers, children searching for bugs and runners. The Centennial Nature Trail follows a small creek that eventually leads to E. Banks Street. The children were also searching for painted rocks from Rowan County Rocks!!!. People place painted rocks throughout the forest for the kids to find and rehide. 

"Granite Lake Park opened in June 2007 and consists of paved walking trails, a shelter with bathrooms, a playground area, a lake covering an acre with two piers, fish, and the Granite Lake Ducks." WEBSITE The park is a landmark for the citizens to meet, celebrate and play.

Trail Manager

Town of Granite Quarry


143 N. Salisbury Avenue, Granite Quarry, NC 28146



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Quick Facts

Trail Uses Walking / Hiking / Running
Paved Surface Biking
Location Granite Quarry (NC)
Difficulty Easy
Length 0.4 miles, One Way
Surface Natural surface
Fees No
Pets Permitted on leash
Motorized vehicles Not Permitted
ADA Compliant No
Number of parking spaces 25
Restrooms Yes
Hours of operation Dawn to Dusk

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Think About Drinks

It’s a good idea to drink water or hydrating fluids during the day, especially when you’re active. Bring along a water bottle or hydration backpack on the trail.

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