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Trail

The Greene River Trail

The Greene River Trail is a rail trail that runs adjacent to the Upper Monongahela Water Trail greenway providing a tranquil view of the river for its users.  The trail was designed to accommodate those individuals interested in walking, jogging, and bicycling.  A twelve- foot right- of- way with fencing along most of the perifphery provide a variety of trail users and adjacent property owners with a sense of safety and security.  The trail has smooth crushed gravel surface that is very well maintained by the recreation department.

The beautiful Greene River Trail parrallels the Monongahela River as it winds through the coal mininng region of Greene County.  The 5.1- mile trail starts in Millsboro at the Greene Cove Yacht Club trailhead in Jefferson Township.   From there, the trail runs south along the river through a stretch of peaceful, scenic woodlands.

No motor vehicles are permitted.  This is a nature trail and warns of steep slopes potential for falling or sliding materials and exposure to poisonous plants and animals native to the region.

Northern Trail Head:  Designated trail parking lot located near Greene Cove Marina at 1590 N 88 Road, Clarksville, PA 15322.  Rices Landing Trail Head: Designated trail parking lot located near Rices Landing United Methodist Church at 125 Main Street, Rices Landing PA  15357.

All mail correspondence should be addressed to 107 Fairgrounds Road, Waynesburg, PA  15370.  For more information, contact the Department of Recreation at 724-852-5323, or email the Department of Recreation.

 

Maps

Events

Cache Me If You Can

Download our Cache Me If You Can brochure to see where two caches are hidden along the Greene River Trail.