The City of Greenwood trails system provides a network of multi-use trails and walkways for children and adults in a pedestrian-friendly environment. Additional trails and connectivity are being added all the time, expanding opportunities for residents to be active. Some of our more popular trails include Tracy Trail, Play Pocket Trail, Grassy Creek Trail, Freedom Park Trail and the Polk Hill/Art Trail.
The Play Pocket Trail stretches from Craig Park to Fire Station 91 along Main Street and features four separate playgrounds, each with its own theme. There is the bees play pocket, the trees play pocket, the butterfly play pocket and the firefighter play pocket. The playgrounds offer fun stops while walking one of the city’s favorite parks.
The early learning trail is a feature located in Craig Park. Take advantage of early learning opportunities while enjoying the park
with your little ones. Signs along the trail provide opportunities for learning and play. The trail passes through the park, connecting
Main Street to Smith Valley Road.
Public art plays an important role in Greenwood. Working with the Greater Greenwood Arts Council, the city has installed several sculptures along trails and will continue adding to the collection as funding permits.