The Oklawaha Greenway — An Overview
Hendersonville’s 3.5 mile Oklawaha Greenway winds through wetlands, meadows and forests to connect four parks. It takes its name from a Cherokee word meaning “slowly moving muddy waters” because much of the Greenway runs along Mud Creek, a key part of the Henderson County watershed. The Audubon Society recently named the Greenway as a birding “hot spot” because of the wide variety of birds it attracts. Wildflowers, native trees and small mammals abound. The fully paved Greenway is a five-minute drive from downtown Hendersonville and easily accessible from five convenient parking areas.
New on the Website
The inaugural issue of our Newsletter launched in April. Read it under the Events/News tab above, where there's also a Subscribe tab at the top to receive future issues. We added a Frequently Asked Questions page; see it under the “About the Greenway” tab above. And finally, we have a fun new Song and Video, also found under the “About the Greenway” tab.
Community Support for the Greenway
To date, 36 area organizations have written letters in support of the Oklawaha Greenway. See the letters.
Seen on the Greenway
A summary of Oklawaha Greenway news and events. See more information.
Lately on the Greenway
Recent Greenway notes and observations from our Greenway Scouts.
Weather Near the Greenway
You may need to click the arrow in the center to activate the app. Refresh this page to update the weather information.
Johnson Field Airport is a Weather Underground personal weather station located at Hendersonville Airport.
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