Trail maps are available upon request from the Ranger Station or by download BRG Trail Map
Our new Paddlers Access is located on the south side of Broad River, across the Highway 150 Bridge. There is an upper level parking area that requires a day use fee be paid in the Main Parking Area at the Ranger Station or a resident decal available for FREE to Cleveland County Residents.
Lower level parking beyond the key pad access gate requires contacting the Park Ranger 24 hours in advance of anticipated access. The Greenway is the top of a multi-stop “blue way” that follows the Broad River down into South Carolina at Ninety-Nine Islands.
It doesn’t cost Cleveland County Residents, they just have to have a resident decal on their vehicle.
If you don’t live in Cleveland County the cost is $5.00 per car per day OR a yearly pass may be obtained for $35.00
Resident decals and yearly passes are available at the Broad River Greenway Ranger Station 704-434-0040 or you may purchase online
The shelters are first come first serve and are reservable
The small covered shelter holds two picnic tables and has a permanently mounted grill. The rock wall surrounding the shelter provides additional seating and the area around the shelter is available for additional chairs and blankets so folks can spread out.
The new large covered shelter is 25′ x 40′ and has two permanently mounted grills and three picnic tables. There is room for additional folding tables and chairs.
Yes, if you need more than the number of free passes included with your paid reservation.
You may use your personal grill in our over flow parking area (in the gravel only). No personal grills are allowed on the trails.
A pack-in campsite is available for a small fee. Please fill out the application and deliver to the Park Ranger along with reservation fee and a complete list of campers. brg camp application
You can find out what birds call the Greenway home and when is the best chance to see them at the North Carolina Birding Trail website. The Greenway is part of the Mountain Birding Trail and a complete list of birds is available at Greenway Birding