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Duke Kimbrell Trail

This trail meanders along the shoreline. The trail connects to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Visitors can continue along the back side of the parking lot along the Boulevard Trail and can then pick up on the Worrell Trail. The Worrell Trail connects back to the Seven Oaks Preserve Trail and finishes the loop. Visitors do not have to pay the garden to walk on their trails. Bicycles are allowed on the Seven Oaks Preserve Trail BUT NOT ALLOWED on the garden's trails. Please do not ride in wet conditions.

Location

6500 S New Hope Rd, Belmont, NC 28012, USA

2.6 Miles One Way

Moderate

Best Use

Surface

Distance

Difficulty

Natural Surface

Walking, Hiking, Mountain Biking

Restaurant

My Cuban Corner

417 Catawba Street

Belmont NC

704-829-3131

Fitness Center

Stowe Family YMCA

196 YMCA Drive

Belmont NC

704-822-9622

Restaurant

Cherubs Cafe in Belmont

23 North Main St.

Belmont NC

704-825-0414

DSBG

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is the Carolinas’ Garden for all seasons, providing guests a chance to reconnect with nature and to create lifelong memories with friends and family and is located within 380 acres on the banks of Lake Wylie.

Nearby

Belmont

Visitors to Gaston County in North Carolina will find the town of Belmont located just south of I-85 at exit 27 . The downtown is located just off of the Catawba River and is the closest town in the county to Charlotte, NC.

Hike these trails 

Located close by

Rocky Branch Trail

Gravel, Natural Surface, Sidewalk

Easy, Moderate

0.7 miles, One Way

This natural trail is part of the Carolina Thread Trail system and passes through Stuart Cramer high school in Cramerton. The trail runs through wetland, part of the athletic fields at the school and forest. The trail helps to connect Belmont and Cramerton.

Meadowwood Walk at DSBG

Natural Surface

Easy

0.6 mile loop

A short walk around the back of Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden.

Persimmon Trail at DSBG

Natural Surface

Easy

3.2 miles

This short trail that connects with the Carolina Thread Trail and meanders along Lake Wylie connecting with Meadowood Walk.

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