Currently Open For Use: Walnut Grove to City of Germantown – 4.1 miles
Currently, the Wolf River Greenway trail is open for use from the Shelby Farms Greenline to the City of Germantown along Humphreys/Wolf River Boulevard. Past Kirby Blvd, the trail becomes the Germantown Greenway and is managed by the City of Germantown. There are two ADA accessible trailhead parking areas along Humphreys Blvd, the Shady Grove Trailhead and Kirby Parkway Trailhead. As of 2019, there is a new entrance to the Wolf River Greenway across from the High Point Climbing and Fitness, at the intersection of Walnut Grove and Humphreys Blvd. The closest place to park to access the 270' cable stayed suspension bridge is street parking just past the fire station on North Humphreys Blvd.
Currently Open For Use: Epping Way - 2.7 Miles
A: The Wolf River Conservancy owns 138 acres along the Wolf River in north Memphis, where the Epping Way section of the Wolf River Greenway routes through. The property boasts a 25-acre lake for fishing and paddling, 1.1 miles of paved trails, and a working farm field. A 60-foot floating aluminum boat dock extends out on the lake for fishing, and serves as a launch for our paddling instruction programs. The Greenway winds along the scenic lake, and connects to a 1.1 mile protected bike lane along North Highland road to the west. The address of the property is 2630 Epping Way Drive, in Memphis, TN. There is a large trailhead sign and a turnaround with plenty of street parking near the trailhead entrance. There is an Memphis Police Department Skycop camera above the parking area and trailhead entrance for your safety.
Currently Open For Use: Hollywood/Mclean Cycle Track Sections - 3.3 Miles
A: There is a trailhead parking area for the Hollywood and McLean Cycle Track Sections located on the west side of N Hollywood Street, before you cross over the bridge over the Wolf River. The Hollywood section features 1.25 miles of paved trail on top of a levee through the Hyde Park neighborhood. There are numerous neighborhood connectors on this section and is a good route to school for those attending KIPP Memphis Academy Elementary. A neighborhood connector at the intersection of Belmont Circle/Shannon/Heard Avenue contains a bicycle repair station, and a water fountain with a lower, ground level water bowl for dogs. This trail section connects to the west to the McLean Cycle track, 2.1 miles of curb-delineated bicycle track running north and south along North McLean Blvd.
Currently Open For Use: Kennedy Park - 1.5 Miles
A: In close proximity to the Epping Way section, the Kennedy Park section of the Wolf River Greenway features 1.5 miles of scenic recreational trails running through a mature forest, bounding along the rolling hills and banks of the Wolf River. This section also includes six scenic bridges good for photo opportunities. The section has three access points, with two inside John F. Kennedy Park. The trailhead can be accessed from the road at 4332 Raleigh LaGrange Road. There is street parking at this entrance. There is additional vehicle and RV parking within the park at the other two access points.
Currently Open For Use: Mud Island Loop - 1.2 Miles
A: At the north end of Mud Island, one will find the beginning of the Wolf River Greenway Trail. Here 1.2 miles of paved trail connects to Greenbelt park along the Mississippi River. The trail begins at the end of Greenbelt park and extends in a 1.2 mile loop along the Wolf River and up atop a levee. Parking is available in the north Mud Island parking lot adjacent to the trailhead here.