Green Circle Trail Sections

Town Run Linear Park Phase I

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: Jim Barnett Park, Winchester-Frederick County Visitor's Center or at Shawnee Springs Preserve

Town Run Phase 1

This section of the Green Circle meanders through Shenandoah University and Jim Barnett Park near the Winchester-Frederick County Visitor's Center (1400 S. Pleasant Valley Road), alongside historic Shawnee Springs Preserve and ends at East Pall Mall Street near Old Town Winchester. Explore the Shawnee Springs Preserve, home of Sheridan's Field Hospital, the City's old water works site and many environmental features.


Town Run Linear Park Phase II

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: Court Square Autopark (South Kent Street entrance/exit) or on-street parking

Town Run Linear Park Section 2

This section is was completed and opened to the public on September 27, 2016. Phase II of the Town Run Linear Park begins at East Pall Mall Street and meanders alongside Town Run to East Cecil Street. Along the way, the Trail will link pedestrians to the historic Patsy Cline House on South Kent Street.


Old Town Winchester

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: Four downtown parking garages (24/7 access), on-street parking and parking lots

Old Town Section

From East Cecil Street, the Green Circle follows existing sidewalks and streets into Old Town Winchester eventually linking up with the Amherst Street Corridor trail. This section of the Trail highlights the beautiful Old Town district and its restaurants, shops and museums.


Amherst Street Corridor

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: On street parking

Amherst Street Corridor

This one-mile section of the Green Circle Trail travels along Amherst Street from Old Town Winchester through Glen Burnie and the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley to the Winchester Medical Center. This section of the trail ties into the trail on Meadow Branch Avenue that links up with the trail in the Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve.


Meadow Branch Avenue

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: On street parking

Meadow Branch Avenue

From the Amherst Street Corridor trail, the Green Circle follows Meadow Branch Avenue (across from the Medical Center entrance) and proceeds along the east side of Meadow Branch Avenue to Buckner Drive, the Meadow Branch neighborhood and then connects to the Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve trail section.


Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Public Parking: On street parking

Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve

The 25-acre preserve is home to the first established one-mile section of the Green Circle Trail. The Virginia Division of Natural Heritage has identified more than a dozen rare Virginia plants that grow in the Preserve. Three of these plant species live nowhere else in Virginia. The trail begins at Abrams Crossing commercial center near the Harvest Drive intersection of West Jubal Early Drive and connects to the Abrams Creek Wetlands Preserve. The spur trail terminates at the scenic Merriman's and Pennypacker Springs and Stonehouse Court in the Morlyn Hills subdivision. The main trail follows Meadow Branch Avenue.


Jubal Early Drive (at Harvest Drive) to Millwood Avenue

Mile Markers: Coming Soon

Trail section coming soon

This section is still being designed. Follow West Jubal Early Drive across Valley Avenue to Loudoun Street where the trail will turn right onto South Loudoun Street then left onto Featherbed Lane. The trail will continue along Featherbed Lane, then turn left onto South Pleasant Valley Road, then turns right onto East Jubal Early Drive, left onto Millwood Avenue.  At University Drive it intersects with the Town Run Linear Park Phase I section of the trail at Shenandoah University and Jim Barnett Park. For a more direct route, trail users can stay on Jubal Early Drive from South Loudoun Street to South Pleasant Valley Road.


Green Circle Trail Mileage Map

*Mileage map COMING SOON

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