North/South Greenway

Warren Creek Trail
This trail follows Warren Creek from Whippoorwill Park to Horton Road.
Length: 0.75 miles
Surface: Paved, 10 feet wide
Begins: Horton Road
Ends: Whippoorwill Park
Restrooms: At Whippoorwill Park

Stadium Drive Trail
This trail follows the south side of Stadium Drive along 10-foot wide sidewalks. It switches to the north side at Broad Street and then back to the south side at Kirkwood. This trail is primarily a sidewalk trail.
Length: 1.9 miles
Surface: Paved sidewalks, 10 feet wide
Begins: northern terminus of the Ellerbe Creek Trail
Ends: Whippoorwill Park
Restrooms: Whippoorwill Park, Rock Quarry Park, The Museum of Life and Science

Ellerbe Creek Trail
This trail is one of the oldest trails in the Durham Trails and Greenways System. As a part of the North/South Greenway, it runs through the center of Durham, providing excellent recreational opportunities as well as good bike and pedestrian access to downtown Durham. The majority of this trail is paved, off-road.  The section of the trail just south of Murray Street is also called the Bronto Trail.
Length: 1.2 miles
Surface: Paved trail, 10 feet wide
Begins:Stadium Drive
Ends: Club Blvd (Parking at Northgate Park)
Restrooms: Rock Quarry Park, Northgate Park

West Club Blvd Trail
This trail is a 10-foot wide sidewalk trail which crosses W. Club Blvd at the corner of W. Club and Glendale Avenue. This trail follows W. Club Boulevard. 
Length: 0.3 miles
Surface: Paved sidewalk, 10 feet wide
Begins:Northgate Park (Parking)
Ends: Washington Street
Restrooms: Northgate Park

South Ellerbe Creek Trail
This trail is one of the oldest trails in the Durham Trails and Greenways System. As a part of the North/South Greenway, it runs through the center of Durham, providing excellent recreational opportunities as well as good bike and pedestrian access to downtown Durham.
Length: 1.4 miles
Surface: Paved, 10 feet wide
Begins: West Trinity Avenue
Ends: West Club Blvd.
Restrooms: Northgate Park

Duke Park Trail
This trail follows Brookline Steet, which is closed to traffic. It connects Duke Park with the North/South Greenway at Washington Street.
Length: 0.3 miles
Surface: Paved roadway
Begins: Washington Street
Ends: Duke Park at Acadia Street (Parking)
Restrooms: Duke Park

Downtown Trail
This trail runs through the middle of downtown Durham.  Green bricks along the side of the sidewalks mark the trail, but there is also good road signage. While bicycles are allowed on these wider sidewalks, please ride slowly and yield to pedestrians. If you choose to ride your bike in the street, be sure to go with the traffic and obey all traffic rules
Length:   0.9 miles
Surface:  Paved sidewalks, 10 feet wide
Begins: West Trinity Ave
Ends: Jackie Robinson Drive adjacent to the Durham Bulls
Athletic Park and the American Tobacco Campus
Restrooms: Restrooms are available at the Durham Farmer's 

West Ellerbe Creek Trail
This trail follows West Ellerbe Creek, which has recently been restored. The Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association has landscaped the trail with native plants.
Length: 0.75 miles
Surface: Paved surface, 10 feet wide
Begins: Albany Drive near Indian Trail Park
Ends: Maryland Avenue adjacent to Westover Park
Restrooms: none

Third Fork Creek Trail
This trail follows Third Fork Creek. Keep an eye out for mud and water, which can sometimes be found on this trail during high water periods. 
Length: 3.6 miles
Surface: Paved off-road trail, 10 feet wide
Begins: Southern Boundaries Park
Ends: Garrett Road Park