Trails & Tracks

Recreation & Parks offers a variety of trails and walking tracks to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors in Burlington. Winding trails along the shorelines of our lakes and fitness tracks dispersed around the community encourage health and wellness. Click on the parks for more information.

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Trail Extensions & Improvements: Coming to a Park Near You!

A 2017-2018 project to refurbish and extend trails and walking paths within three Burlington parks is now underway. This project is part of a City Council priority to increase walkability in Burlington. You can look forward to miles of additional walking opportunities popping up in the next year at the parks below. Click the links to see maps of projected track, sidewalk and trail additions. 

City Park

Fairchild Park

Springwood Park


Davidson Park (Accessible) 0.75 miles
Guilford Mackintosh Park & Marina; View map. 0.5, 1 & 3 mile loops
Haw River Trail - Indian Valley to Great Bend Park 1.2 mile
Haw River Trail - Great Bend Park to Glencoe Paddle Access 1.1 mile
Haw River Trail - Glencoe Paddle Access to Stoney Creek Marina 1.7 mile
Lake Cammack 1.5 mile
Town & Country Nature Park; View map. 1.4 miles total


City Park and Greenway 0.27 mile (3.7 laps = 1 mile)
Fairchild Park 0.22 mile (4.5 laps = 1 mile)
Forest Hills 0.10 mile (10 laps = 1 mile)
North Park 0.12 mile (8.3 laps = 1 mile)
Robinson Park 0.12 mile (8.3 laps = 1 mile)
Springwood Park 0.60 mile (1.7 laps = 1 mile)
For complete details on the Haw River Trail visit:
For other hiking opportunities in Alamance County please visit:
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