Love the Greenway Month is a time to celebrate the splendor of the 2,100-acre Anne Springs Close Greenway, which is one of the most precious natural resources in the region. Above all, it's a time to Get Your Selfie Outside - pulling yourself away from your daily routine and enjoy the benefits of getting outside in the fresh air and connecting with nature. Celebrate the month with fun, new ways to Choose Your Own Adventure on the Greenway with self-guided activities, as well as on-site demonstrations, animal encounters, guided hikes, fishing and other programs planned for the month.
Get to know the Greenway by taking the Love the Greenway Month Hiking Challenge! Hike all the
trails on the Anne Springs Close Greenway for
bragging rights and a completion certificate (while supplies last). Pick up your passport at the
Greenway Gateway or any Welcome Station!
Ways to Support the Greenway
The Anne Springs Close Greenway is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, which receives no tax dollars to improve, maintain or operate its facilities and programs. It is funded primarily by memberships, program fees and donations from individuals and corporations who support its mission “to connect people to nature through recreational and educational activities while fostering a passion for environmental conservation, animal habitat, and protection of natural resources.”
Become a Member
Join the Greenway and gain access to all the things that make the Anne Springs Close Greenway such a treasure. Celebrating 27 years of connecting people to nature through education, recreation and conservation, the Greenway provides members with year-round access to 2,100 acres complete with 40+ miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Other Greenway member benefits include the Greenway Gateway Welcome Center & Gateway Canteen, historic cabins, along with pastoral landscapes, lakes, swinging bridges and other facilities that make the Greenway a special place to visit.