Fisher Farm consists of a 200-acre park in the early stages of development. A fabulous place for walkers, the farm is a natural area populated with a variety of wildlife, insects, and plant life. Fisher Farm offers four miles of mountain bike trails with beginner to advanced challenges. The park is now accessible from the north by the West Branch Greenway.
21215 Shearer Road
Mecklenburg County's Park and Recreation Master Plan
The Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Master Plan calls for upgrades to the Abersham/Allison/Fisher Farm properties in three phases. For Phase I, they bid out the project in early January 2016 to demolish and remove the five areas of asphalt highlighted in red in this diagram. The contractor has been selected and Phase I is complete.
The 2nd phase of the Abersham/Allison Farm/Fisher Farm project will begin in February, 2017 when the JD Goodrum Co., contracted by Mecklenburg County, begins work in Fisher Farm for the greenway which will be constructed this spring. The paved greenway was funded in the 2008 Mecklenburg County bond referendum and was specifically approved by county residents. While work is going on, Fisher Farm is closed for use from the parking area to the west branch of the East Rocky River. During this time, we encourage use of Abersham for walking, please see attached map for best access.
Once the greenway is completed in Fisher Farm, the Abersham paved path will repaired and widened to meet county standards the full length of the greenway. We anticipate the project being completed by July, 2017.