Greenway Length: 0.4 mile Greenway Main Loop: 0.4 mile
Unpaved Trail Length: 0.1 mile Used for: walking, running, bicycling, walking leashed dogs, skating, pushing
strollers, using wheelchairs, roller blading Hours: dawn till dusk Lights: none Difficulty: medium with slight slopes Greenway Surface: asphalt Unpaved Trail Surface: natural path
Facilities: restrooms Watershed: Goose Creek Connects to: Charter Doyle Park Parking: 40 in Charter Doyle Park
Charter Doyle Greenway 5100 W MARTIN MILL PIKE
Directions: South on Chapman Highway; right on Martin Mill Pike about two miles; park is on left.
Charter Doyle Greenway is a loop that surrounds the green space, playground, and tennis courts in Charter Doyle Park. The greenway also connects to a new feature, the nearly completed Petsafe Dog Park within Charter Doyle Park. This greenway was repaved and widened in 2011.
The City plans to connect Charter Doyle Greenway to Mary Vestal Greenway along the abandoned Smoky Mountain Railroad corridor.
Charter Doyle Park also features the unpaved, 0.1-mile Mildred Doyle trail, which meanders through a wooded area within the park.