Length: 1.1 mile Main Loop: 0.8
mile Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing strollers,
using wheelchairs, roller blading Hours: dawn till dusk Lights: none Difficulty: easy Surface: asphalt Facilities: restrooms, community building Bridges: 2 wooden bridges over Adair Creek Watershed: First Creek Connects through: Adair Park Parking: 35 spaces off Adair Dr., 17 spaces off Jenkins Rd.
Directions: Take Broadway exit off of I-40 and go north; turn left on Adair Drive and go about three-quarters of a mile; park is on right.
Adair/Sue Clancy Greenway is a series of loops within Adair Park. There is a playground, a gazebo, and a duck pond along the peaceful greenway. Adair Park features plant materials that are reminiscent of the former City Nursery.
Another extension of the greenway is a short 0.56 of a mile that accessible by crossing
Adair Drive from the greenway in Adair Park. This temporarily
dead ends at Adair Creek, but will eventually connect to Old Broadway
north of I-640.