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Walkways and Trails

Blind Willie McTell Trail

WillieMcTellTrail.jpgWho was Blind Willie and why does he have trail in Statesboro? Ever hear the Allman Brothers Band song “Statesboro Blues”? Willie is the blues great who wrote it. His namesake trail, though, is anything but blue. You’ll ramble or cycle through a mile – and 7,415 square yards — of architecturally designed park, quirky art, and cobra lighting throughout that connects the Georgia Southern University campus to Downtown Statesboro. Bike racks, picnic tables and quirky art benches invite you to stop and enjoy lunch or the beautiful day.

Address: Beginning at Fair Road’s Memorial Park and ending at Downtown’s Triangle Park
Phone: 912-489-1869 or 1-800-568-3301
Website: N/A
Hours: Any time
Fees: None

 

S & S GreenWay

Jog, bike, run at the S&S Greenway! Although currently a 2 mile trail, it is in the process of becoming an eight-mile stretch reaching from Statesboro to Brooklet. The first portion of the trail begins in Downtown Statesboro, starting with the Blind Willie McTell Trail. The trail then crosses over to the entrance at  Gentilly Road and ends at Cawana Road (distance between roads approximately 1 mile).

Address: Gentilly Road, across from Howard Lumber Company.
Phone: 912-764-5637
Website: www.bullochrec.com
Hours: Any time
Fees: None

 

Mill Creek Regional Park

With a 1.25 mile paved and lit pathway with exercise stations scattered throughout, Mill Creek Regional Park is a great destination for a breath of fresh air. Home to 155 acres of fun for team sports, family fun and outdoor pleasure. The park also has state-of-the-art sports feilds, playgrounds areas, pincinc areas and  plenty of wide open spaces.  And the surroundings? A picturesque lake, beautifully landscaped with over 300 hardwood trees.
Address: Gentilly Road, across from Howard Lumber Company.

Phone: 912-764-5637
Website: www.bullochrec.com
Hours: Any time
Fees: None