Wolf Creek Greenway 1-way

Wolf Creek Greenway 1-way
2.2 miles, easy terrain

Trail end points: Hardy Rd./SR 634 and Greenway Landing Pl. to Mountain View Rd./SR 651 at Blue Ridge Pkwy.

This crushed stone path parallels Wolf Creek from the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Roanoke River on the East side of Vinton. Parking is available from Stonebridge and Goode Parks.

Access from Stonebridge Park
Take Route 24 East heading out of Vinton. Take the first left past William Byrd High School onto Stonebridge Drive. Go to the end and turn left onto Robindale. At the end of Robindale, you will turn right into the park.

Access from Goode Park
Take Route 24 West. Turn right onto Leisure Lane just past the Blue Ridge Plaza.

The Wolf Creek Greenway follows its namesake waterway for two miles through Vinton on the outskirts of Roanoke in western Virginia. Its surface is mostly cinder and gravel with a few short asphalt sections. It's a level pathway with only about 100 feet of elevation gain as you approach the Blue Ridge Parkway. Views are of open park fields, woods, and farm pastures where you might see horses, donkeys and sheep.

Parking and Trail Access
Multiple parking locations are available along the length of the trail. There is a parking lot at the south end of the trail off Hardy Road/State Route 634 about 1.5 mile east of downtown Vinton. A large parking lot is also available in Goode Park off E. Washington Avenue/SR 24 near the middle of the trail