East Coast Greenway Signs Installed


East Coast Greenway Signage was recently installed along the entire 40 mile route in Granville County, NC. Granville County and the City of Oxford partnered with the East Coast Greenway Alliance to help make this a reality in our County. The final signs were installed in downtown Oxford on Monday, July 27th and can be seen at the corner of College Avenue and Williamsboro Streets. Other signs are visible on Old NC 75, Salem Road, and Main Street in Stovall.

Our Newest Greenway is now Open


Our newest greenway near Granville Oaks Apartments in Butner is now open. This section of greenway includes three beautiful boardwalks and landscaping. We hope you will come out and enjoy the amazing outdoors with your family and friends.


Welcome to Granville Greenways!

We are a county-directed partnership between Granville County, its municipalities, and the local school systems, working to create a system of walking and biking trails that will be known as the Granville Greenways.

Granville Greenways works to encourage the county and its municipalities to include greenways in every discussion that involves:

  • new construction of any type
  • reconstruction or improvements to existing roads,
  • walkways,
  • recreation areas,
  • neighborhoods,
  • and utility easements.

Want to learn more?

Click here for a general overview of Granville Greenways.

You can also learn about the History of Granville Greenways, and our Partners and Leadership.

Click here to view the greenway master plan, and to download PDF maps of the proposed trail system.

Granville Greenways Video

Click here to view the video