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Greenway Park

Greenway Park is 10 acres offering a natural aesthetic offering several amenities along a winding creek. Located just northeast of Spring Street and Main Street, Greenway Park offers a wooded hillside and a pair of covered bridges for a scenic walk or jog spot.

Doug Coyne Pavilion is a large gazebo with a beautiful backdrop of the scenic wooded landscape. An additional covered shelter offers a rest from the sun during the summer months. Filled with picnic tables, the shelter can host community events, parties, or a lunch/dinner location.

The covered bridges cross the creek, connecting the park's walking trails. A large open green space along Market Street offers a perfect location to toss football, play ultimate frisbee, fly a kite or whatever the heart desires.

A concession building/restrooms are open during community events the Parks Department hosts throughout the year, including Movies in the Park, Music in the Park, and Christmas.

The fenced-in inclusive playground opened in 2023 to offer updated play equipment including slides, swings, wheelchair ramp and more equipment for kids' imaginations to run wild. Full-court basketball is located near the parking lot along Spring Street. The paved trail can connect to the Clark "Doc" Werner Dog Park​ as well.

During the holiday season (Thanksgiving weekend through New Years Day), Greenway Park is filled with lights and decorations drawing many visitors when the sun sets beyond the trees.


Greenway Park was dedicated to the memory of Richard and Fannie Green and their descendants in recognition for their service to the community. The Green's were a prominent black family who settled where Greenway Park resides in the late 1890s. The park was officially dedicated June 28, 2001.


Daily, Dusk to Dawn


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