Status as of Thursday, March 1:
Big Creek Greenway: The trail is closed from McFarland Pkwy to Union Hill Rd. for a renovation project until further notice.
CDC Guidance for visiting Parks and Recreational areas
Virtual Get Fit Forsyth Roll call! Who needs a little extra guidance on how to keep yourself motivated, new ideas for healthy meals, or even a few new workouts to try? We will be posting several tips and tricks over the next few weeks to help get you thinking about what HEALTHY and FIT means to you. Make sure to follow us here for the latest updates and look for the Get Fit Forsyth virtual edition posts! We can’t wait to be your accountability partner! Read More…Posted: 2/18/2021
Sawnee Mountain Preserve’s Hilltop Trail Closure Sawnee Mountain Preserve’s Hilltop trail will be closed from marker 1-9 for trail rerouting and rehabilitation for the next few weeks. Read More…Posted: 1/5/2021
Caney Creek Preserve Improvements We are excited about the upcoming improvements to Caney Creek Preserve! Read More…Posted: 12/8/2020
2021 Winter/Spring Activity Guide The winter/spring activity guide is now available online! Read More…Posted: 11/24/2020
Big Creek Greenway Closure A section of the Big Creek Greenway multi-use trail from McFarland Pkwy. (mile marker 1.5) to Union Hill Road (mile marker 3.6) in Forsyth County is temporarily closed for an improvement project. The project is anticipated to be completed in 2021. Read More…Posted: 9/21/2020
Community Input Sought for Matt Community Park Recreation Center Take the online survey Read More…Posted: 3/2/2020
Park Locator is a configuration of Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS that can be used by the general
public to locate a park or recreation facility and obtain information about recreation activities in
Online map of Sawnee Mountain Preserve trails.
Online map of the Big Creek Greenway trail and facilities.
This Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Master Plan Update is a ten year vision plan that will provide County staff and elected officials with a road map through 2026. The plan will help guide decision making and actions as the County balances the challenges and opportunities of rapid growth over the next decade. This Plan was carefully crafted by staff, the public, volunteers, and with the assistance of outside experts to ensure that future generations will have adequate parks, greenways and open space.