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Discover parks and greenways in Raleigh, Cary, Durham and surrounding areas

Greenspace helps you to discover, navigate, and experience parks and greenways in Raleigh, Durham, and surrounding areas. Use the map to find greenspaces around you, and get information to help identify your optimal destination. Share your experiences by posting images and journeys while in a park or on the greenway.

Search - Use the listing to find parks and greenways closest to your current location. Easily see amentities and features within each greenspace. Record your favorite greenspaces so you can easily find them later.

Settings - Choose from a variety of different map types and toggle different map markers to create the best map to experience greenspaces around you

Moments - Take pictures of your favorite spots to create memorable moments in the parks and greenways. Share your moments with others to help our community maximize their experience when visiting greenspaces

Journeys - Document the path that you take while experiencing a greenspace, and add pictures to further enhance your journey. Share your journey with the community to help others find the best trails and parks. Apple HealthKit integration allows you to save your journeys distance and time and view it within Apple's Health App.

Obstructions - Record any short-term or long-term obstructions on the trails (fallen tree branches, flooded trails) to help others navigate around any obstacles.

Let Greenspace be your companion to discover and get the most out of your experience on the Raleigh and Durham parks and greenways!

What’s New

Version 5.20.0

- switched naming to Triangle Greenspace

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Beth TORC ,

RDU mountain bike trails reference

I’m Vice President of Triangle Off Road Cyclists. I just looked at your updated version and notice that you don’t have any reference to current sanctioned singletrack trails for mountain biking yet you have the RDU land labeled for future mountain biking. Please note that this is land Wake Stone has offered to lease from RDUAA for only 10 years as part of its quarry lease for trails but this rent obligation can be terminated by Wake Stone at any time. And no one knows if these trails will ever be built. I think it’s misleading to include this label and not label existing trails like those at nearby Lake Crabtree County Park.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for checking out the app. All of the data for the app is provided by each individual municipality (so in this case the City of Raleigh). It would be up to them as to what to include for parks and greenways.

Quetzal4949 ,

Wish it had ....

1) I really miss being able to see the distance I’ve gone. I see there’s supposed to be some way to see stuff in health kit, but I don’t use health kit, and the steps to see the distance are not clear. I don’t need a log, just to see how far I’ve gone on my ride today. Especially since we’re working on the 100 mile challenge. (This is by far the biggest a shortfall, and was one of the main reasons I used it. )

2) Not all the public bathrooms and water are marked.

But it’s great to have a map.

BigHitterMF ,

Greenspace App missing vital info

What do the red lines mean??

This app needs a Legend and distinguishable Trail names and Mile Markers. I would use it if it had that info.

App Privacy

The developer, Eric Majewicz, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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