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Mineral Springs Greenway

The Mineral Springs Greenway is a 1.8-mile natural surface trail open to hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders.
Trail Uses
Walking / hiking / running Mountain biking Horseback riding
Location
Mineral Springs (NC)
Length
1.80 miles, One Way
Difficulty
Easy
Surface
Natural surface, Boardwalk
Motorized Vehicles
Not Permitted
Fees
No
Pets
Permitted on leash
Parking Spaces
50
Restrooms
No
Hours
Dawn - Dusk

Description

The Carolina Thread Trail portion of the Mineral Springs Greenway is the Yellow Trail. "The yellow trail begins at the McNeely Road trailhead, and closely follows the Wolf and Bates Branches. Markings are either yellow wooden arrows or painted diamonds on trees. Total trail length is just under two miles." Mineral Springs Greenway Brochure

There are four picnic tables along the 250' paved walkway at the trailhead, two of them with wheelchair-accessible seating

Trail Manager

Visit the Mineral Springs website for more information and a printable brochure or contact:

Mineral Springs
3506 South Potter Road
Mineral Springs, NC 28173
704-843-5870
msncmayor@yahoo.com
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Trailhead Information

Parking Address and Trailhead Location: 6214 McNeely Rd, Waxhaw, NC 28173. MAP

Additional Directions: A box with trail maps is provided at the trailhead.

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boyere
January 23, 2023
1/21/23: Three generations of my family hiked this trail. We weren't sure about the end point so we turned the 1.8 mile trail into 2.0 miles. The creek we followed was beautiful and we had a great time.
wahoodrew
January 16, 2023
Very scenic, quiet creekside trail. I would classify it easy to moderate with roots, rocks and slight elevation changes.
stevec
October 14, 2022
Never again. Trail is tagged as easy but there are way too many roots & rocks. The trail is also not bike friendly.
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