Greenways

Lake Pine Greenway Trail with Men RunningOver 11 miles of public greenway is currently maintained by the Town of Apex, with plans for plenty more as future development occurs. View the facilities and greenways map (PDF) online.

Current Greenways

NameDistanceSurface Type
N Beaver Creek (Sutton Place)0.21 milesAsphalt
N Beaver Creek (Charleston Village)0.37 milesAsphalt
N Beaver Creek (Beckett Crossing)0.03 milesAsphalt, Concrete, Boardwalk
Beaver Creek2.16 milesAsphalt, Concrete, Boardwalk
Community Park Lake Trail2.17 milesAsphalt
Community Park Natural Trails2.00 milesNatural
Haddon Hall0.52 milesAsphalt, Concrete
Apex Nature Park Paved Trails1.50 milesAsphalt
Apex Nature Park Natural Trails2.00 milesNatural


 Other Greenway Resources

  • American Tobacco TrailBuilt on an abandoned railroad corridor, the ATT spans 22+ miles from Apex to Durham. The Town of Apex has more miles of the ATT in our town limits than any other Wake County community.
  • Town of Cary: Use the search term greenways to access information about trails located in Cary, some of which are connected with Apex trails.

Future Greenways - Wake County Supported 

Did you know? A portion of the greenways built in Apex are planned for and supported by Wake County with grant funding. The County is currently working on a plan for more greenway trails, creating better connections between where we live, work, learn, and play. Linked below are a few Apex projects prioritized in the plan.

Apex West Greenway

Apex West Greenway

Middle Creek Greenway

Middle Creek Greenway

Lower Williams Creek

Lower Williams Creek Greenway

Upper Williams Creek

Upper Williams Creek