Did you know that the Shelby Farms Greenline doesn't run on tax dollars?
It runs on your support. Each year, we raise more than $2 million to manage and operate Shelby Farms Park and Shelby Farms Greenline. Huge thanks to Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics for their support as the Shelby Farms Greenline mile-marker sponsor. Corporate sponsorships and individual donations allow us to keep the Greenline clean, green, and safe. You can do your part to support the Greenline by becoming a member today.
The Shelby Farms Greenline is a 10.8 mile urban trail connecting Midtown Memphis to Shelby Farms Park–the largest park of its kind in the country. Managed and operated by the nonprofit Shelby Farms Park Conservancy, the trail is an incredible community asset that provides new opportunities for recreation, exercise, togetherness, healthy activity, commuting and more.
Now connected to Shelby Farms Park’s Wolf River Pedestrian Bridge, the Shelby Farms Greenline allows for miles of new trail routes. The paved trail currently runs from Tillman St. at Walnut Grove Rd. in Midtown to B Street/Macon Road at the Cordova Depot in Cordova. There are access points at Tillman Street., Highland Street, High Point Terrace, Graham Street, Waring Road, Podesta Street, Sycamore View Road, Farm Road at Mullins Station, Whitten, Appling, Raleigh LaGrange Road, Germantown Parkway, Cully Road, A Street and B Street/Macon Road at the Cordova Depot.
Bike Repair Stations, sponsored by Conway Services
If your bike needs a little work while you're on the trails, visit one of the free bike repair stations on the Greenline and in the Park. Thanks to a great partnership with Conway Services, four bike repair stations have been installed that include all the tools you will need to keep cruising, including an air pump.
We want to thank our generous partners for supporting Shelby Farms Greenline!