Most trails and outdoor spaces are open, and outdoor recreation is encouraged. Please follow outdoor recreation social distancing guidelines and trail etiquette. Be respectful of others, and call ahead if there's uncertainty regarding the trail being open (contact information can be found on each trail page).
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- Scenic Observation
- Visitor Center
- Handicap Acccess
- No Fee
- No Camping
This series of easy multi-use paved trials provides the feeling of walking in a wilderness, but is within the Harbison neighborhoods. There are a number of loops you can choose from, and by using spurs or connectors along with neighborhood streets you can create your own.
Harbison has over twelve (12) miles of eight (8) foot wide concrete pathway, which may be utilized to travel throughout Harbison without ever having to walk across a major thoroughfare. Motorized vehicles, except for maintenance vehicles and motorized wheel chairs, are prohibited. Bikes are discouraged for safety reasons. Walking, hiking, and jogging are encouraged.
As you walk these well shaded trails, you will pass the backyards of homes, encircle two small lakes, and pass through a wilderness wildlife habitat. A variety of birds and animals live in this area, especially near the lakes where you will see large numbers of ducks and geese. Maps of trails are located at the Recreation Center's front desk.
Hours: Dawn to duskDirections:
To the Harbison Recreation Center: From Exit 103 on I-26 (Harbison Blvd.) drive northeast on Harbison Blvd. 0.5 mile and turn right onto Hillpine Rd. The Recreation Center is approximately 0.1 mile on the left.
To the Carmike Cinemas parking area: From Exit 103 on I-26 (Harbison Blvd) drive southwest on Harbison Blvd. and turn right onto Columbia Drive. Turn left on Afton Ct., which is the first left after the traffic light.