Pearsontown-Rocky Creek Greenway

Pearsontown Trail
This trail is one of the oldest trails in the Trails and Greenways System. It was originally designed to serve the NC Central University community. On-road connections can be made to the R. Kelly Bryant Bridge.
Length: 2.1 mile 
Surface: Paved on-road and off-road trails. 
Begins: Elmira Park 
Ends: NC Central University 
Restrooms: Elmira Park

Rocky Creek Trail
This trail is a 10-foot wide, paved, off-road trail which follows Rocky Creek from the American Tobacco Trail to NC 55.  On-road connections can be made to the R. Kelly Bryant Bridge
Length: 1 mile
Surface: Paved off-road trail, 10 feet wide
Begins: American Tobacco Trail south of Fayetteville Street 
Ends: Dakota Street, just west of NC 55 
Restrooms: Elmira Park

R. Kelly Bryant Bridge Trail 
This trail currently consists of a connector sidewalk from the Bryant Bridge to Alston Ave, the Bryant Bridge, and a street tail along Lakeland Street the main feature of this trail is the beautiful bridge named after long-time civil rights and Durham Open Space and Trails member, R. Kelly Bryant Jr. 
Length: 0.3 miles
Surface: Paved off-road trail, 10 feet wide and street trail.
Begins: Alston Avenue just north of the NC 147 exit ramp
Ends: Corner of Lakeland and Mathison Streets
Restrooms: None