Trails, Greenways & Blueways

Enjoying the Beauty of Nature

Roanoke County is committed to creating and maintaining places for its residents to bike, walk, and enjoy the beauty of nature. The county continues to improve its trails system, both within parks and through a regional greenway effort.The Roanoke Valley Greenway program is a regional effort to connect the valley with a system of bicycle / pedestrian trails.

Looking for Hiking Places in Roanoke County?

Our parks system features over 30 miles of trails for walking, running or biking. Some of our top destinations include:

Design in Progress

Roanoke County is currently working on several greenway projects to improve the region's outstanding trail network.

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Additional Hiking Resources

Roanoke River Blueway

The 45-mile Roanoke River Blueway (water trail) runs from the South Fork Roanoke River at East Montgomery County Park to the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (DGIF) Hardy Ford boating access at Hardy Road (634) in Bedford County at Smith Mountain Lake.

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