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Briar Creek Greenway - Myers Park High School

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Description:
A 0.91 mile gravel trail follows Briar Creek behind Myers Park High School between Colony Road and Runnymeade Lane. 

Briar Creek Greenway will eventually stretch over 6 miles and link to Little Sugar Creek Greenway at Tyvola Road and Methodist Home Park at Eastway Drive.

Directions:
Providence Road North or South to Wendover Rd
From the North turn Right on Wendover Rd, from the South turn Left on Wendover Rd
Follow Wendover Rd to Sharon Rd, turn Left
Follow Sharon Rd to Runnymede Ln, turn Right
Follow Runnymede Ln to Alexander Graham Middle School, parking is allowed in lot closest to Runnymede Ln.  Parking allowed after school hours and on weekends.

Parking:
Alexander Graham Middle School (after school hours and on weekends).
2206 Runneymede Lane Charlotte, NC 28209
2200 Runneymede Lane Charlotte, NC 28209
2004 Runneymede Lane Charlotte, NC 28211
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Length: Paved and Gravel Greenway = 0.91 Mile

Alternative Transportation:
CATS Bus (Confirm route, schedule, and stop before beginning trip):
Route 18
Route 30
CATS

Nearby Amenities:
Myers Park High School
Alexander Graham Middle School
Selwyn Elementary School

Nature Facts:
This section of greenway is home to river otters.  These large, secretive mammals recolonized this part of the city in the late 1990s and are periodically encountered by visitors and residents.  The otters feed on fish and other stream creatures like crayfish and mussels.

For Further Information:
Contact Greenway Planner Gwen Cook at 704-432-1570  or by email at Gwen.Cook@MecklenburgCountyNC.gov

 

 
 
 
 



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