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Hector H. Henry II Greenway - Weddington Road Segment

This paved greenway is part of the future 14-mile Hector H. Henry II Greenway. The 14-mile trail will follow the banks of the Rocky River through the Town of Concord
Trail Uses
Accessible Experience Walking / hiking / running Paved surface biking
Location
Concord (NC)
Length
2.6 miles, One Way
Difficulty
Easy
Surface
Pavement
Motorized Vehicles
Not Permitted
Fees
No
Pets
Permitted on leash
Parking Spaces
15
Restrooms
Unknown
Hours
Dawn - Dusk

Description

The trail is located near Concord Mills Shopping Mall and connects the dog park and Fire Station 11 with the Embassy Suites. The 2.6-mile paved trail follows the Rocky River, and provides a safe walking and biking path along Weddington Road. From the dog park, it heads east along the Rocky River to Riverwalk subdivision. Additionally, you can head out to Weddington Road and take the greenway shops and the Embassy Suites hotel. The greenway is marked by flags and painted stencils and provides access to shopping areas and restaurants.

This segment of greenway will be part of the City of Concord's longest greenway project and is named in honor of Council Member Hector H. Henry II. This Hector H. Henry II Greenway will be established alongside the Rocky River. This area along the Rocky River is considered part of the "spine" of the eastern footprint of the Carolina Thread Trail and will ultimately connecting Iredell, Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Stanly and Anson counties. The segment in Concord will pass a number of destination points, including local public schools, Concord-Padgett Regional AirportConcord MillsConcord Convention CenterRocky River Golf CoursezMAX Dragway and Charlotte Motor Speedway.   

Trail Manager

Visit the City of Concord's Park and Recreation for more information or contact:

City of Concord
Mark Kincaid-Associate Director
PO Box 308
Concord, NC 28026
704-920-5600
recreation@concordnc.gov
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Parking and Trailhead Address: MAP

Additional Parking: Embassy Suite parking lot MAP

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