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Riverside Greenway

This trail winds along the bank of the South Fork River. Walkers, runners, and bikers will enjoy exercising along a variety of surface types, including pavement, boardwalk, and community sidewalk. The trail ends at the Southern Railroad overpass where you can make the loop around a clearing and walk back to the trailhead.


75 Riverside Dr, Cramerton, NC 28032, USA

1.3 Miles One Way


Best Use





Walking, Biking, Running, Wheelchair Accessible


Cramerton is a small town located in the Greater Charlotte area of North Carolina, inside Gaston County nestled along the South Fork River to the south of and in between Belmont and McAdenville. Visitors can access Cramerton and all it has to offer via I-85 off of 26 through Belmont or exit 23 by traveling through McAdenville. Highway 74 also runs just north of town and straight into Charlotte if you are looking for a more scenic route.

Riverside Park

This park in Cramerton offers 300 feet of South Fork River frontage with a kayak launch, a 1-mile paved walking path, basketball court, and a fishing pier.

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River Link Greenway



1.25 out and back

River Link Greenway is a relatively flat, asphalt greenway that will take you past streams with great blue herons, turtles and birds before guiding you through a more wooded area where deer are often spotted. Enjoy this .6 mile greenway (1.25 out and back round trip) which is wheelchair and stroller friendly.

Goat Island Greenway



.7 Miles One Way

The Goat Island Greenway is a paved surface trail, including two pedestrian bridges that go over two sections of the South Fork Catawba River.

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