Greenways are linear parks with pedestrian pathways connecting people and places throughout the town. They encourage fitness, conserve open green space, and improve the town’s air quality.
View a map of our greenway (PDF).
Rules and Regulations
Please see the rules and regulations for greenway use in the town.
Town greenways offer over six miles of walkable space. Davidson’s 2.8 mile Randall R. Kincaid Trail is the perfect place to visit with neighbors or enjoy the outdoors. Sweetgum, tulip poplar, and eastern red cedar trees line the greenway and protect the natural wildlife.
The South Fork of the Rocky River runs next to part of the greenway and is protected by this buffer. The area is home to deer, snakes, frogs, and over one hundred types of birds, including:
- White-throated sparrows
- Downy woodpeckers
- Red-bellied woodpeckers
- Eastern bluebirds