Guilford County to host master plan forums for parks and trails

Guilford County to host master plan forums for parks and trails
Forums will be held in Greensboro and at Northeast Park in Gibsonville (photo via Guilford County Government on Facebook).

Guilford County is hosting two public input forums this week regarding the Guilford County Parks, Trails, and Open Space Comprehensive Master Plan.

The forums:

6-8 p.m. Tuesday: Guilford County Department of Social Services, 1203 Maple St., Greensboro

6-8 p.m. Wednesday: Northeast Park, 3441 Northeast Park Dr., Gibsonville

According to Guilford County's website:

"This comprehensive plan will be a collective vision for immediate, short-term, and long-range recreational needs and interests, providing a roadmap for the future.

"The plan prioritizes identifying comprehensive connections to high-quality parks, trails, and open spaces, ensuring that every corner of our community has access to enriching recreational opportunities. It will take into consideration a diverse array of recreational interests, including trails, athletic fields, aquatic centers, camping, fishing, and much more."


Click on the links below to see results from Triad races:

Creekside parkrun 5K, Archdale (Ayden Fitzgerald, 20:50; Olivia Johnson, 23:05)

Running Shorts Resources

Click on the links below to get more information about running in the Triad:

Race Days: Road and trail races in the Triad
You’ve had the thought: “I want to find a race near me.” You’re at the right place for signing up for a road race or trail race; for a 5K, 10K, half marathon or marathon; and for a triathlon. Race Days lists road and trail races and triathlons in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point and nearby.
Running groups in the Triad: Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point and more
A directory of running groups across the Triad that are free to join and would welcome you.
Tracks in the Triad: Here’s where you can run and walk
A guide to tracks in Guilford and Forsyth counties that are considered open for runners and walkers.