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This greenway is a lovely uncongested spot for a walk or bike ride. The paved and shaded path often has wildlife alongside it including rabbits, turtles, deer, squirrels and the occasional snake. There is also a pasture with horses midway through the Greenway.
I take my kids here a lot it a very peaceful place parts of it are shaded there is a creek along the side and on one end of the trail there are benches to sit down on. Its 2.5 miles one way. Love it...More
This is a great greenway for running, walking, biking, etc. the entire length is paved or concrete and runs from Palmer Park to Heritage Elementary. It even connects with County Line Road now so you can extend your run/ride. Well shaded in many areas and...More
Well maintained, shaded, long enough for most exercise regimens, a really good place to get away from the noise and traffic. Much better than walking in a neighborhood of cul de sacs. I really enjoy walking here and do it regularly.
Nice easy walk from Heritage Elementary School to Palmer Park. It is 2 /12 miles. You will want to park at the school since there are only a few spots at Palmer Park. The parking at Palmer Park is right next to a baseball field...More
I have been coming to the Bradford Greenway for a few years now and it is always so beautiful and amazing. The trail is a little over 2 miles in length and it winds around the creek. Along the way you pass fields, bridges, horses...More
I've been enjoying this trail since they opened and love that it's now expanded. Paved, level and winding makes for easy accessability. Ideal for walkers, runners, bikes, skates and strollers. Fields, woods, horses, deer, birds, water give a country feel but your in the city....More
I just moved back to the area after 20 years removed and am happy to see safe running, walking, and biking trails. This path is pretty good. It snakes through a lowlands and by a horse ranch, ending at an elementary school; over four miles...More
The City of Madison held a ribbon cutting event to celebrate the grand opening of the Bradford Creek Greenway on December 21st, 2013. We didn't find out about this new trail until near the end of February but the improved weather made the delay advantageous....More