Accessibility and Features

The Greenway is open from dawn to dusk 365 days a year. Because it is fully paved and fairly flat, the Greenway is a great place for seniors to take a stroll or for kids to practice biking skills.

The Oklawaha Greenway is accessibile from seven adjacent parking area. See the map for parking locations. For those with mobility issues, the most accessible sections of the Greenway are from the parking lot where Mud Creek passes under Seventh Avenue and from the parking lot where Mud Creek passes under North Main Street.

Drinking Water

Water is available year around in the restrooms in Jackson Park and Patton Park. Water is seasonally available (not in winter due to possible freezing) in the Balfour Road parking area, Sullivan Park and Pet’s Own Place Dog Park near the 7th Avenue Trail parking area. The seasonal water fountains feature water for dogs, people and for filling water bottles.

Distance Markers and Informational Signs

Mile marker posts (below, left) are spaced every quarter mile along the Greenway. These low posts show the distance to each park, with the distance from each park on the opposite side.

Informational Signs (below, right) have been placed along the Greenway where appropriate. These signs tell about the natural history of the area or give other pertinent information.