Greenfield Trail System
The Greenfield Trail System is a 125-acre park with access to hiking, horseback riding, children’s play-ground and sports fields. Within the park you can access the Bowyer-Holladay Trail, the Cherry Blossom Trail, the Colonel William Preston Trail, and the Greenfield Recreational Trail.
The Boyer- Holladay Trail: A natural grass surface trail that meanders through the preservation area of Greenfield and connects the historic Holiday/Boyer home with two family cemeteries. The trail can be open for foot traffic only and is approximately .86 miles in length. No motorized vehicles or horses.
The Cherry Blossom Trail: An 8 feet wide and has an ADA accessible stone surface. The trail can be open for foot traffic and bicycles and is approximately .88 miles in length. No motorized vehicles or horses.
The Colonel William Preston Trail: A natural grass trail that meanders around Greenfield Lake and connects the Cherry Blossom Trail section with the Greenfield Recreation Trail. The trail is open to foot traffic and is approx 2.4 miles in length.
The Greenfield Recreation Trail: A natural grass trail that encompasses the entire 125- acre Greenfield Recreation Park. The trail is open to foot traffic, mountain bikes, and horseback and is approximately 3.10 miles in length.
Parking is located in a gravel lot.
Park and trails are open from sun-up to sun-down.